Fly Private Jets to Caribbean Islands
Jetting off to a Caribbean Vacation
So it’s time for your vacation and you have decided to take a private jet to the Caribbean. Windsor Jet Management is a global leader in private jet flights all over the world, including the US, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and all of Central and South America. With a vast fleet of private jets, Windsor is always on call and ready to fly you to the Caribbean! Planning your trip may be a daunting task since there are over 7,000 islands in the Caribbean and so much to see and do. Here are few suggestions of where to go and what to do when you take a private jet charter to the Caribbean.
The Caribbean Islands
Some of the islands or countries which are part of the Caribbean are Bermuda, Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Aruba, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, and St. Martin. There are many other countries and islands, cays, and islets which belong to these countries or belong to another country such as the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Barthelemy (St Barths), and many more. Given the beauty of all of these places and the gorgeous weather, there are numerous outdoor activities that you can do.
Landing on a Private Beach
Virtually all of the beaches have white sand and clear water, so you can decide to hire a private jet charter to land on a private beach or to join other tourists at one of the luxury resorts and cottages. The beaches are there for your enjoyment so go ahead and collect seashells, go fishing, swimming, and diving. Other activities can include horseback riding, hiking through the jungles inland, and scooter tours. When the sun goes down, the partying begins with many local and tourist nightclubs to choose from. The major islands and countries such as Aruba have tourist-friendly hotels, casinos and nightclubs. Drinking, dancing, and an all-around party atmosphere is waiting for you.
If you’re into quiet or romantic time, you can always head away from the tourist spots and find a secluded area to relax. If you happen to be in St. Barthelemy in mid-January, or St. Barths as it’s more commonly known, you can hit the St. Barths Music Festival. If you’re in Aruba, they have what’s known as the Caribbean Festival, which is a street party taking place every Thursday. If you’re into trying regional foods rather than resort food or cuisine from some of the islands/territories owned by other nations, then this is a definite must on your list of stops to make.
Food is a necessity since you’re going to need all your energy to fully enjoy the array of day and night time activities in whichever Caribbean islands you visit during your trip. While you can dine on familiar foods or fancy cuisine made by high-class chefs in the tourist areas, you may want to try truly local dishes. Caribbean food is largely a fusion of many cultures, such as Africa, France, Arabian countries, and more, but local islanders have also contributed to the food. If you’re in Montserrat, try some Caribbean goat stew, the official national dish. Perhaps have some turtle stew or conch in Grand Cayman. Jamaica has some of the spiciest food, such as jerk chicken. Should you make a stop in Trinidad, try some pineapple chow, which is pineapple chunks, salt, lime, hot pepper, garlic, and a cilantro-like herb called chadon bene.