Decisions … decisions … decisions. Would you rather spend four nights on Earth in a $30,000 per night five-star-level villa, or go on a 30-minute suborbital flight into space for $95,000? Sooner than later, those will be real-world options for affluent travelers.
National Geographic presents seven ways that private citizens will be able to go space trekking. The story depicts seven commercial space-flight companies set on making space tourism a reality by 2023.
Want to go to the moon? The Golden Spike Company plans to offer a lunar getaway for two that will cost around $1.4 billion. However, if you cannot wait that long, Space Adventures has been coordinating visits for private citizens to tour the International Space Station since 2006. Suborbital and orbital flights are available. Call now.