One of the many luxuries afforded by private jet travel is the ability to fly to airports that are inaccessible to commercial airlines. Whether it is due to dangerous terrain or extremely short runways, there are some places large planes just cannot go.
So if you’re looking for an exclusive and unique place for your next international vacation, book an international jet charter and visit one of these unforgettable, bucket list-type places.
1. Anguilla, Carribean
A British territory in the eastern Carribean, Anguilla is known for its best-in-the-world, pristine, white sand beaches. It offers a laid-back vibe and incredible natural beauty best explored by snorkeling and hiking.
2. St. Moritz, Switzerland
A glamorous high-alpine resort town in Switzerland, it’s known as the birthplace of alpine winter tourism (it hosted the winter olympics twice). Enjoy the outdoors and jaw-dropping views and the cosmopolitan lifestyle that few people in this world get to experience.
3. Nimmo Bay, Canada
An exclusive, family-owned wilderness resort located within the Great Bear Rainforest, a trip to Nimmo Bay is the way to experience the great outdoors. Its location on the shores of the Pacific ocean provides endless opportunities to experience marine life while you kayak or paddleboard among the quiet coves and tiny islands.
4. Tiwi Islands, Australia
An off-the-beaten path group of islands off the northern coast of Australia, the Tiwi Islands offer world-renown fishing and a thriving Aboriginal culture for adventurous travelers.
5. Norman’s Cay, Bahamas
This secluded slice of paradise had shed its brief but sinister past as a major drug-smuggling operation base only to return to notoriety as the site of the hyped up, failed 2017 Fyre Festival. Curious travelers can see a sunken plane from the days of drug-running while they visit this quiet, beautiful island.
6. Agra, India
A bustling city on the banks of the Yamuna river in northern India and home to the Taj Mahal, every traveler should plan to see at least one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
7. Easter Island, Chile
One of the world’s most remote inhabited islands, it is known for its ancient, monolithic statues called maoi and the mystery surrounding its indigenous community. If you have an interest in archeology, this destination should be on your list.
8. St. Barts, Carribean
A tiny island in the French West Indies, chic St. Barts is one of the most luxurious and expensive destinations in the world. No wonder it’s where the rich and famous go to play.
Private jet travel doesn’t just afford comfort and luxury, it allows seamless travel to a number of unique international destinations. So whether you prefer adventure or relaxing on the beach, one of these destinations is sure to appeal. Now grab your friends and family and choose your next place to explore.