The Caribbean is a place of sunshine and dreams.
It’s a paradise-like destination for vacationers all over the world.
The Caribbean is made up of numerous tiny islands, each one with a unique character and on-shore attractions.
Barbados, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, Antigua & Barbuda – each shore offers new excursions and experiences.
While wearing sunglasses, and staring at the blue canopy of sky above you, you may see white trails of private jets. Chartering a private jet is one of the best ways to access and experience the wonders of the Caribbean.
Island Hopping by Private Jet is the Most Convenient and Comfortable Way to Travel
The interior of a private jet offers some of the best accommodations for island hopping available. If you want to visit certain islands, such as St. Barts, then you’ll find you can only use light aircraft, as the runways are too small for larger commercial jet airplanes.
There are plenty of companies that recognize the need for private travel in the Caribbean and offer chartering services. Despite their diminutive size, most of the islands in the Caribbean do have international airports. The only ‘major’ islands that do not have international airports are Dominica and Montserrat.
You can use local, Caribbean-based companies to organize your private jet charter hire but there are charter hire companies that are based in the US too, and in many countries across the world. The Caribbean is a wonderful place to enjoy, relax and explore with sun-kissed beaches, top-class hotels and stylish entertainments. It’s also a great place to ‘live like the locals’ if you’d prefer to get back to basics. Why not add to your experience by chartering a private jet to make your traveling time just as relaxing as the sand and surf?
A Quick Guide to the Most Picturesque Islands in the Caribbean:
Anguilla: Pop. 14,750. Airport: Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport.
Don’t miss: Beautiful Sandy Island, a quintessential tropical experience with staggeringly beautiful coasts, delicious seafood grills, and a bar where you can stop by for an ice cold beer or a couple of cocktails.
Antigua & Barbuda: Pop. 101,000. Airport: V. C. Bird International Airport.
Don’t miss: Frryes beach. You have to feel the sand and see the water to believe it.
Barbados: Pop: 278,000. Airport: Grantley Adams International Airport.
Don’t miss: Hunte’s garden. This lush little park will offer you some much-needed shade, rich air, and colorful tropical plants.
Dominica: Pop: 74,000. Airports: Douglas-Charles Airport, Canefield Airport (both regional).
Don’t miss: The canyoning experience. Let crystalline, clean water run off rocks and drench you in refreshing waterfalls.
Guadeloupe: Pop: 400,000. Airport: Saltillo (International) Airport.
Don’t miss: La Grande Soufrière a volcano known for hiking trails, hot springs, and beautiful fauna.
Martinique: Pop: 386,000. Airport: Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport.
Don’t miss: Scuba diving at Diamond Rock, and black-sand beaches as well.
Montserrat: Pop: 5,000. Airport: John A. Osborne Airport (regional).
Don’t miss: Hiking in the mountainous region of this peaceful little place.
St Kitts & Nevis: Pop: 55,000. Airport: Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport (St Kitts), Vance W. Amory International Airport (Nevis).
Don’t miss: Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park, a fascinating UNESCO World Heritage shape.
St Lucia: Pop: 178,000. Airports: Hewanorra International Airport (south), George F. L. Charles Airport (north).
Don’t miss: Crocodile and hippo tours. You’ll get a chance to experience these amazing animals like never before.
St Vincent and the Grenadines: Pop: 110,000. Airport: Argyle International Airport.
Don’t miss: Tobago Cays, one of the best places for snorkeling, sailing, and seeing coral reefs in the world.
U.S. Virgin Islands: Pop: 30,661. Cyril E. King Airport. Check out AeroMD to learn more about accessibility, and emergency exit plans. This is particularly important with hurricane season coming around. Part of being a well-informed traveler means knowing that many of the hospitals in the Caribbean are condemned due to hurricane damage. AeroMD just adds a little extra peace of mind to your experience.
Don’t miss: Virgin Islands National park. Natural, isolated and flourishing reefs, beaches and forests, and a look at an 18th century sugar plantation.
You can reach other Caribbean islands, such as The Bahamas, Haiti/Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and the British Virgin Islands by private chartered aircraft too.
For more information about private jet chartering in the Caribbean, or for any aspect of the private aviation industry, please contact Offland Media by phone at 1-800-604-5193 or by using the online contact form on our website.