Madonna has reportedly visited five countries in just three weeks clocking up a massive 11,707 air miles, despite Covid travel bans.
The Queen of Pop is said to have flown from Los Angeles to London then to Malawi and Kenya in east Africa as part of a lavish winter trip.
The singer, 62, has been accompanied on the getaway by her boyfriend, American backing dancer Ahlamalik Williams, 26.
She was also joined for much of the trip by five of her children.
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Travels: Madonna has reportedly visited five countries in just three weeks, despite strict travel restrictions amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic. Pictured in Kenya this week
On Christmas Eve, she, Williams and her four adopted children - David Banda, 15, Mercy James, 14, and twins Estere and Stella, both eight - flew from LA to London.
There they collected Madonna's eldest son Rocco, 20, her only child from her marriage to British director Guy Ritchie, who joined the group on their visit to Africa.
On December 28, the group flew to Malawi, where she adopted the children, via a stopover in Egypt.
Sweet: Madonna, 62, continued to document her trip to Malawi and Kenya with her boyfriend Ahlamalik Williams, 26, and her five youngest children on Sunday
Jetsetter: Her current travels started on Christmas Eve, when she jetted from Los Angeles to spend a few days in London, where her son Rocco is based
An honour: The songstress jetted to Africa with her family and they have been spending time with the Pokot Tribe in the Baringo Valley - something she branded a huge honourInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
It is believed the singer's personal photographer, Ricardo Gomes, was also flown out to capture the holiday.
They spent a week in Malawi where they met with President Lazarus Chakwera, mixed with locals and visited a hospital which Madonna founded.
On Wednesday they flew to Kenya to go on safari.
Yesterday, she shared photos of she and Williams with the Pokot tribe of western Kenya.
Sources close to Madonna told The Sun the family have all been taking regular coronavirus tests.
The singer, who is worth £630million, is believed to have travelled by private jet.
Enjoying her time: All four of her adopted children hail from Malawi, and Madonna has been hspending time in their home country, which she calls her 'home away from home'
USA: Madonna started her journey from Los Angeles, where there aren't entry restrictions specifically for the state of California. However, since last year, those who are neither citizens nor residents are only permitted to enter the US for circumstances largely pertaining to business.
UK: While the UK has finally enacted restrictions requiring arriving passengers to present negative COVID-19 tests taken up to 72 hours prior to departure, that would have been the case when Madonna arrived in the English capital in December. Now, passengers not flying in from a country included in the travel corridor must isolate for 10 day after arrival.
EGYPT: All international arrivals, including Egyptian nationals, are required to present a negative COVID-19 test, taken no more than 72 hours before departing on their direct flight to the country.
MALAWI: All nationalities are welcome to travel to the country by air for business or leisure, provided they are in possession of proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Passengers arriving without valid documentation are required to provide samples for testing and isolate for 14 days. However, following a surge in cases, land borders were closed to all but citizens and residents in late December. Airports remain open.
KENYA: Arriving passengers must provide a negative COVID-19 test taken no less than 96 hours before departure. They must also fill out a Travellers Health Surveillance Form online for contact tracing.
Since December 'high-value business travellers' have been exempt from quarantine rules in the UK 'subject to specific criteria being met'.
Travellers in Malawi and Kenya do not have to quarantine as long as they have negative coronavirus tests.
MailOnline has contacted a representative for Madonna for comment.
Since arriving in Kenya, Madonna and her family have been spending time with the Pokot Tribe in the Baringo Valley - something she branded a huge honour.
All four of her adopted children hail from Malawi, and Madonna has been spending time in their home country, which she calls her 'home away from home', before jetting to continue their tour in Kenya to meet tribes and locals.
Madonna shared a stunning video showing their visit to the Pokot Tribe, which she shared alongside a caption gushing over the experience.
She penned: 'Visiting the Pokot Tribe in the Baringo Valley was a special moment for all of us. They invited us to dance with them and shared their daily prayer of thanks'.
Two days before, the group met with the Samburu Tribe, with the meeting also being recorded on