Europe is quickly returning to normality after lock down, and travelling for pleasure is once again becoming an option. However no matter how much we hope and pray the situation was different UK holiday makers may have a very different summer. It is important to consider your options in a new light, here are a few options.
For those who can afford it, a private jet is the best way to travel, explore new places and relax in luxurious style. You will not only be saving yourself time at the airport but also allows you access to some of the most remote parts of the world, a very appealing aspect right now.
Naturally, due to its benefits, this style of travel has become a go-to for high-flyers, with an almost 50% increase in demand over the last year alone. And now, with the ever-changing prospects of the travel industry due to coronavirus, more travellers than ever will take to the skies on private charter planes.
The British Virgin Islands are the destination of the rich and famous, there is no wonder really whith the picture perfect white sandy beaches and coral reefs, submerged under dazzling blue waters. It sounds like the description of a postcard, but for holidaymakers on one of these tropical islands, it really is their reality. The BVI is made up of an island chain and Tortola is just one of the islands you could visit and it’s home to almost three-quarters of the population, along with some of the most famous beaches in the world.
Tortola is known for its scuba diving, sailing and surfing, along with awe-inspiring views from hikes in the island’s parks. With so much to see and do in the British Virgin Islands, there’s no doubt that an island-hopping holiday is the only way to go – and with a private jet charter, it becomes so much easier.
The Bahamas is another option, Musha Cay is one of the only privately rented islands in the world, it’s no surprise that those who are looking for a little more privacy have flocked to this island in recent years. Musha Cay is an island in the Bahamas owned by David Copperfield and sits in the Copperfield bay, surrounded by crystal clear ocean and tropical scenery.
If islands aren’t for you, why not try the deepest part of the USA? Accessible only by private plane and by foot, Supai is a remote part of Arizona buried at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Experience true American culture as you distance yourself from the outside world and come into the home of the Havasupai Tribe, who have lived on the land for almost 1000 years.
Do note the hike to the village isn’t for the faint-hearted, but it is definitely worth it when you arrive, you will be greeted by awe-inspiring views of the famous waterfalls, seen by many but experienced by few. After a day discovering this earthly paradise, you’ll go to sleep under the pitch-black sky with only the stars for light.
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