Wanderforth celebrates the launch of Skyfall with James Bond Infographic

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Bond fans and jet setters alike can compare their globetrotting exploits with that of 007 thanks to a new infographic launched by the UK Tour Operator.

James Bond Infographic from Wanderforth

James Bond Infographic from Wanderforth

To celebrate the release of Skyfall, the latest blockbuster in the James Bond movie franchise starring Daniel Craig, UK based luxury Tour Operator Wanderforth have launched an infographic allowing visitors to http://www.wanderforth.com to compare their travelling experiences with those of the world’s most famous Spy.

The infographic confirms the total number of countries visited by Bond since the release of Doctor No in 1962 and highlights the destinations that are most frequented by 007.
Visitors to the Wanderforth website can also learn about some of the more far flung settings in which Bond has been filmed; discover which actor has visited the most destinations as well as finding out exactly how many thousands of Air Miles 007 would have accumulated over the last 50 years.

For those interested in the financial aspect of the Bond movies there’s the opportunity to learn the cumulative value of the many supercars used in the films, the auction price of James Bond’s famous Aston Martin DB5 and the total amount of box office sales the franchise has earned since the first film was shown back in 1962.

The graphic also settles an age old debate between Bond fans, precisely how many Martinis has 007 drunk during his 50 years on the silver screen and just how high would his bar bill have been… this being of particular interest to Bond fanatics since the news that 007 would be drinking beer instead of his famous Martini in the upcoming film.

Wanderforth are also giving visitors to their website the chance to travel like 007 thanks to their selection of opulent resorts, luxury hotels and five star tours in destinations visited by Bond himself, including South Africa and The United States.

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