Escape to Paradise in the Carribbean
The Caribbean provides a medley of luxurious, warm-weather destinations for those looking to escape their familiar surroundings and discover paradise. These tropical islands have much to offer, with their sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and endless activities aiming for relaxation and adventure. Wonderful for families, couples, and those consumed by wanderlust, the Caribbean is sure to have something for everyone to enjoy.
Turks & Caicos
Turks & Caicos is one of the most popular Caribbean destinations, only a short flight away for those on the East Coast. Nestled between Puerto Rico and Miami, this providence is filled with world-class hotels, spas, and restaurants. Opportunities to unwind are as endless as its stretch of pristine, uncrowded beaches.
When looking for a place to stay, many who frequent the islands recommend The Tuscany, a relaxing, villa-inspired resort located on Grace Bay. The blue water and sandy shores present a wonderful view from the balcony, and can be accessed just steps away from the villa doors. With superb surroundings and customer service, it's no wonder The Tuscany was awarded the 2013 "Travelers' Choice" by TripAdvisor.
Anguilla, located a mere 27 miles from St. Barts, is an island renowned for its appeal to the rich and famous. Boasting unbelievable turquoise waters and home to ultra-exclusive resorts like Malliouhana and Cap Juluca, visitors enjoy basking in the lap of luxury whether at one of the many 5-star restaurants or lying under the sun on one of thirty-three unrivaled beaches.
Shoal Bay East is the most popular large beach in Anguilla, stretching 2-miles wide and featuring crystal-clear water, and white sandy shores. Named the "World's Best Beach" by many top tourist magazines and authorities, activities include snorkeling, diving, and watching the sunset (a main attraction for locals and visitors alike).
As the smallest landmass in the world to be shared by two different nations, this island is the perfect destination for those looking to unwind in peace and indulge in decadent cuisine. French and spicy West Indian Creole is especially popular, and many restaurants highlight French seafood, wines, and local rum cocktails. A growing trend in St. Maarten is up-scale, in-room dining. Visitors relax in their private villas and have "traiteurs," or caterers, present a wonderful and delicious experience unlike any traditional room service experience.
With an abundance of warm weather and enviable activities available at these beautiful Caribbean destinations, the only item left to plan is your flight. Private jet charter company, JetSuite, recently announced that it has expanded its service to the Caribbean. Passengers can now fly non-stop from the east coast to St. Maarten (TNCM), Anguilla (AXA), Turks and Caicos (MBPV), as well as Nassau (MYNN) and Eleuthera (MYEH) in The Bahamas on the JetSuite Edition Citation CJ3. These six-passenger aircraft can fly up to 2,000 miles, and offer free onboard Wi-Fi, increased interior comfort and speeds up to 480 miles per hour.
For even more competitive hourly pricing, JetSuite SuiteKey members not only get lower hourly rates, but also may take advantage of benefits like longer grace periods, higher priority for booking, and have peak day fees waived (to name a few). To learn more about the SuiteKey program, click here.
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