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Top 2021 Spring Break Destinations for Families

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If you are left daydreaming of all the spring break destinations for families, be sure to look at the safer private travel options available to you.

Our Top 2021 Spring Break Destinations for Families

Whoa. Spring break is right around the corner – can you believe it? That means it has been a solid year since life changed – especially when it comes to kids and school. For many students, the time around spring break of 2020 was the end of in-class instruction and normal student life.

Sure, things are slowly changing one year later – so why are we rehashing the past?

It is easy to recognize all the ways in which COVID-19 has impacted our own lives, but it is less apparent how it is impacted the lives of our kids. Caught up in the day-to-day, we do not often think about all the things they are missing out on as kids. You know, passing notes back and forth in science class, having friendly competition in gym class, or engaging in fun stuff like cheerleading, soccer, or band. Life and learning have changed for our kids as much as working and life have changed for us.

You all need a vacation. Why not treat yourself to one of the best 2021 spring break destinations for families. Not sure where to go? No problem. We have put together a list of the top 9 destinations you will not want to miss.

Los Cabos, Mexico

Sometimes you just have to get away. Like, far away. Head somewhere warm and tropical and worlds away from life at home. Los Cabos can give you and your family the recharge you have been needing. Sit back and relax on the beach while the kids play in the sand. Go snorkeling with the family. Visit San Jose’s Estuary and Bird Sanctuary. Swim with dolphins. Take a boat ride out into the blue waters.

There is much to do here with your family that will give you a break from the weather and daily life back home. For these reasons, it’s clear to see why Los Cabos is number one on our list of spring break destinations for families.

Savannah, Georgia

Looking to stay in the U.S.? No problem. Savannah is a quiet and quaint destination that can be enjoyable for the entire family – especially in the springtime. It could be the beautiful, brightly colored blooms that are found at every turn. Or, it could be all the fun to be had – riverboat cruises, music festivals, exploring southern homes, and indulging in cuisine that was born in the south.

Your family will love it here.

Yosemite National Park

Have you ever been to Yosemite National Park? Your kids likely have learned about it in school – so why not give them an up-close and personal experience? With magnificent natural landscapes, granite peaks and grassy valleys, it really can take your breath away.

Springtime in Yosemite means vibrantly flowing waterfalls – and plenty of great weather for hiking and exploring. With COVID keeping everyone in, it may feel great to just get outside.

St Louis, Missouri

Ready to explore all that St Louis has to offer? This centralized city is easily accessible no matter where you live – just a short flight on a private jet. The best part is that there is just so much to do here. See, St Louis has a ton of activities like the Saint Louis Zoo, aquariums, museums, parks and playgrounds, dining options, and downtown exploring. There is much fun to be had.

Oahu, Hawaii

Oahu is the 3rd largest island in Hawaii – and it contains a melting pot of cultures and things to do. On one hand, you have shopping and dining in the city. And, on the other, you have small towns with a local experience. Along the coast, you have some of the most fantastic beaches in the world.

This paradise will leave your family with lots of fond memories. Throughout our list of top spring break destinations for families, Oahu may be my favorite.

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

If you are looking for a beach getaway on the east coast, Myrtle Beach is a great destination. In fact, it has won the award for the best spring break location time and time again. But, don’t think that this city is all about partying college students. There is so much more to do – and areas that cater to families. Shopping, dining, and attractions only enhance the joy that the beach can bring.

Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale – just outside of Phoenix – has a little something for everyone. And with a striking desert as the backdrop, you can spend your days wandering through Old Town Scottsdale, OdySea Aquarium, and Butterfly Wonderland. Though, we should mention that Scottsdale has incredible shopping and dining opportunities, too.

Palm Springs, California

There is so much to do when you head to California, from spending the day in Disneyland to having a picnic among the redwoods. But Palm Springs can seem worlds away from the rest of the state – and may be one place you would have never considered taking the family for spring break.

Well, think again.  Between the air museum, gigantic dinosaurs seemingly in the middle of nowhere, and Joshua Tree National Park, you are sure to have a really good time.

Florida Keys, Florida

All the way to the southernmost tip of the United States, you will find Key West. However, from Miami to Key West you will find all sorts of tiny islands that make up the Florida Keys. Do you know what that means for you? Lots of exploring and adventures for you and your family on our last stop for our list of top spring break destinations for families. From boating, paddle boarding, snorkeling, fishing, swimming, and dining, you will find a new way of life here.


If you are left daydreaming of all the spring break destinations for families, but are too afraid to travel with the kiddos, you are not alone. So many people have turned to private travel to avoid crowded airports and commercial airplanes. With private travel, you and your family can rest easy knowing that it is the safest way to fly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Not to mention that you also get to take advantage of all the perks that come with flying on a private jet.

The virus has taken a lot from your family over the last year. Treat yourself – and your loved ones – to a much-needed getaway this spring.

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Winter Getaways: How to Plan the Perfect Travel Escape

Winter getaways are still possible and safe as long as a few adjustments are made. Read below for all the details you need to know for the much needed travel escape!

This year has kept us indoors a lot, hasn’t it? It’s probably even safe to say you have spent more time at home in 2020 than in any previous year. No wonder why so many people have the itch to travel. It’s the holiday season in a pandemic world. Do winter getaways still exist?

The short answer is yes, you can still plan a getaway this winter. However, it will be different than what you’re used to. This year, there are precautions for health and safety that you need to take. As long as you do, you should be able to enjoy your holiday without worry.

Stick with us and we are going to share how to plan the perfect travel escape this winter. Ready? Let’s go!

Safety First

If you are like most people, you are probably toying with the idea of whether you should or shouldn’t head out for a travel escape. It’s understandable. Our country right now is facing numbers in this global pandemic unlike any other country in the world. But, for those who thrive on adventure, planning a travel escape safely is so important.

By now, there is a good chance you’ve heard the CDC recommendations, right?

  • Wash your hands (or use hand sanitizer) regularly.
  • Wear a mask.
  • Practice social distancing, leaving 6 ft between you and others.
  • Stay home whenever possible.

While traveling during this time is discouraged, it has not halted. You can still visit other destinations while maintaining the above recommendations without putting yourself or others at any greater risk. It’d be just like being home except you aren’t.

Here are some safety tips for travel this season:

  • Fly a private jet. Don’t risk your health and safety on a commercial airliner during a global pandemic.
  • Pay attention to your choices of activities once you arrive at your destination. Consider opting for outdoor adventures.
  • Avoid tourist destinations. Visiting places such as theme parks are going to put you into contact with a greater number of individuals.
  • Stay in accommodations with a kitchen or kitchenette. Being able to eat a meal or two at your hotel is going to reduce the time you spend in restaurants. This will not only save you money and time, but it will also increase your safety, too.
  • Choose destinations with care. Focus on those who have a lower number of cases, not a destination with skyrocketing cases.

Finally, be sure to get tested. Consider getting a COVID test before you travel – and another after you get back. Speak to your health professional to determine the best time to take each test.

Safe Destinations

Before you decide to head out this winter, do your research and uncover the destination that will be the safest yet most enjoyable.

Here are four that you may want to consider.

  • Asheville, North Carolina. This part of NC is absolutely beautiful and, because their winters are mild, there is always something to do indoors and out. Check out the Biltmore Estate, get lost in nature, indulge in culinary goodness, shop the local artisan shops, and so much more.
  • The U.S. Virgin Islands. If you are looking for an escape that doesn’t involve winter weather, then head to the islands. You will find them less humid and more beautiful than ever.
  • Hawaii. Winter in Hawaii is beautiful. It is perfect for whale watching, the florals are always blooming, and the beautiful blue waters will surely be calling your name.
  • Bend, Oregon. Do you ski? Have you always wanted to give it a try? Now’s your chance! You will find all sorts of winter outdoor fun in Bend, from sledding to skiing to snowshoeing, ice skating, and more.

The Power of a Private Jet

One of the smartest decisions you can make is to travel via a private jet. You don’t need to worry about commercial air travel – and exposure to an overabundance of germs. Instead, you can simply board the jet and relax in private, luxurious conditions.

With COVID rates increasing dramatically, the idea of flying commercial is enough to make you cringe – almost as much as being locked in a car for a two-day road trip with the whole family. Not fun.

Private jets can get you to your destination just as fast – if not faster – than a commercial airliner. The difference, however, is the fact that you get all the perks that come with private travel. And, believe it or not, they keep you much safer than the alternative.

  • Flexibility in your travel schedule. In private travel, there are no rigid travel times. If you are a few minutes late due to a traffic jam, it’s ok – the jet can’t leave without you.
  • Avoid busy airports. Private jets don’t typically run out of busy airports, but rather through FBO’s. These are much smaller, more comfortable, and much less crowded.
  • No long lines. You may still have to stand in a security line, for instance, but it is going to be nothing like what you would stand in if you were at a commercial airport.
  • Private jets can travel when commercial flights are grounded. Sometimes winter weather grounds airliners. Private jets, however, aren’t always required to follow these requirements.
  • Chartering the appropriate private jet. Speak to the professionals to determine the right jet for you and your travel needs – the best way to get to and from your destination while maintaining your overall safety.

COVID-19 is highly contagious and can spread through the air and the touching of surfaces. The more people you have gathered together, the greater the chance of coming in contact with the virus. By removing the need to be sitting in a busy airport, the greater chance you have at keeping yourself safe.


You may not be able to travel to many other countries around the globe right now, but that doesn’t mean your travel has to stop. Get out there and enjoy some wintry destinations – and bring some peace and joy into your holiday season. Just remember to choose your destination carefully, practice CDC guidelines for safety, and opt for private travel.

Happy and safe travels!

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How to Still Gain a Fulfilling Travel Experience Amid the Pandemic

Yes, we all miss freely taking vacations and exploring new destinations, or simply just relaxing on a getaway. But don’t allow the pandemic to fully stop you from having your travel experience. Read further for the details.

Now and then, something happens that changes the way we live our lives. Maybe it is a new relationship, a career change, or the change of seasons. In the case of 2020, the coronavirus pandemic has thoroughly changed the way life happens.

This is especially true when it comes to traveling. Think about it – can you remember a time when travel had such a wide array of worldwide restrictions? Whether it is requiring travelers to quarantine before or after visits – or not being allowed access at all – we are for sure in unprecedented territory.

When it comes to traveling and gaining a fulfilling experience, for many, it just isn’t happening. Canceled plans out of fear or dealing with all the hassle that comes with it has many people just not feeling fulfilled.

Lift your chin up. This, too, shall pass. It’s temporary. And, believe it or not, there is a way to gain a fulfilling travel experience during this pandemic. Let us show you how.

Safety Tips for Pandemic Travel

First and foremost, when you travel during a worldwide health pandemic, you want to take safety into serious consideration. By now you know just how important wearing a mask and handwashing are. But is there more you can do to keep yourself safe as you travel? Absolutely.

Check out these safety tips:

  • Chose your travel method wisely. Many cruise ships are still docked – and are breeding grounds for germs. Buses and trains are still in operation, but both require an extended amount of time surrounded by many strangers. The best option is air travel. This is a quick trip from one point to the next – especially if you take additional precautions or choose to fly private.
  • Stay in a hotel that has a strict sanitizing policy. However, do your part by wiping down surfaces, opening windows to temporary increase ventilation, and so forth.
  • Avoid eating in restaurants. No matter where you go, stick to either ordering takeout, cooking yourself (if your accommodation allows), or eat in outdoor spaces.
  • Keep your guard up. Just because you are traveling doesn’t mean the danger ceases.
  • With everything you do, do it safely. You want to experience a destination, but you can still be wise about your choices. In other words, instead of spending time at a crowded bar, opt for a low-key outdoor lounge. Or, instead of visiting an indoor performance, go for a hike or explore the scenery.
  • Most importantly, assess yourself. How are you feeling? Have you been around anyone who has been diagnosed with the virus? Do you suffer from any pre-existing conditions that could increase your risk? Do your part and stay home if you feel ill or know that you have come in contact with someone who has the virus. Otherwise, you are the one who knows your body best, so make your plans accordingly.

Travel for Wellbeing During This Time

It’s been a rough year, hasn’t it? You have been through so much – and you deserve to go on a vacation or a short weekend getaway. To make it as fulfilling as possible, consider opting for travel that encompasses your wellbeing rather than travel that lets you sightsee, for example.

Travel for wellbeing means that you are allowing yourself to do what you love – travel – while also take in some experiences that will help your body, mind, and spirit heal after all you’ve been going through. Whether you believe it or not, this pandemic has placed a heavy weight on your shoulders that you’ve been carrying around. It’s time to let it go.

Choose a destination that will allow you to get out and experience something you love that will be healing. For instance, go hiking, visit a spa, sign up for a meditation retreat, learn new cooking skills, work side by side with locals in a community garden, and so on. You are doing something that benefits your entire well-being so that, when your vacation is over, you feel much better than when you started.

The goal of wellness travel is to feel good. Sometimes traveling to visit family, following strict sightseeing itineraries, or traveling with no plan at all, can leave you feeling like you need a vacation from your vacation! That’s the opposite of what time away is supposed to give you.

Safe Destinations

With so many travel restrictions, you may be wondering where you can even go. Well, certain countries, such as Canada, are closed to U.S. citizens.

However, there are other places you can visit:

  • Mexico
  • Jamaica
  • Barbados
  • Bahamas
  • Saint Lucia
  • Albania
  • Ecuador
  • Brazil
  • Colombia
  • South Africa
  • Maldives

Of course, many states throughout the U.S. are open without restrictions. Though, things can change in an instant so be sure to double-check the requirements and/or restrictions of your destination before you head out.

Relax in a Private Jet

Above, we briefly talked about how air travel is likely your safest mode of transportation during this pandemic. A private jet, however, is – by far – the safest choice. See, a chartered jet has you for a passenger – not you and 200 other individuals. Without doing any math or scientific research, it is easy to see the great decrease in risk you would face, isn’t it?

On a private jet, you would…

  • Come in contact with fewer individuals, decreasing your chance of encountering someone with a positive case for COVID-19.
  • Boost your overall sense of well-being with the pleasant experience you receive flying private rather than commercial.
  • Feel more fulfilled upon arriving back home due to not having to end your trip with a chaotic travel experience. Flying private is a luxurious and enjoyable experience. In times of a pandemic, it can be both relaxing for your mind and your body.

When you book your vacation, remind yourself that you are taking a trip to get a break from the everyday. Your vacation can start the moment you step foot onto your private jet charter.

Have Your Travel Experience

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken away many things in our lives, leaving us wanting time away that finally leaves us feeling well and fulfilled. Choosing the right destination, the right itinerary, and the right method of travel (thank you, private jets), you can get away and feel good about it all at the same time.

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What Do Holiday Vacations Look Like This Year?

Are you beginning to plan your holiday vacations, or wondering if it’s still possible this year? Read below for more details on how you can still make this holiday season a special one for you and your loved ones.

We are heading into what is normally the busiest time for travel. Just think about how many movies have been made about the woes of holiday travel due to weather and the sheer volume of travelers. Always lots of unpleasantries in these films, right?

Well, what is holiday travel going to look like this year? The travel industry has taken a bit hit this year thanks to the coronavirus – and many people are still hesitant to venture out. But when is enough actually enough? Do we give up our precious time with loved ones due to the world around us? Do we stay home instead of making memories on our annual vacation due to fear?

Holiday vacations are going to look much different this year, but they don’t have to involve giving up your travel plans.

The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic

When the coronavirus hit, the tourism industry saw a huge decline in demand. People were afraid to travel – and some countries were banning flights to and from certain areas. And, it is understandable. We didn’t know much about this virus except that people were getting sick and dying. We didn’t know how it was spread or how to prevent its spread. We simply halted our plans – everything from going to school or heading into the office and most definitely our vacation plans.

As time has elapsed, though, we have been slowly grasping a better understanding of this virus and what can be done about it. While there is no cure, we now know that handwashing, wearing masks, and keeping our distance can greatly reduce our risk of contracting COVID-19. With CDC guidelines in place, the airline industry started opening back up. Though, it is safe to say that many travelers were/are a bit hesitant.

Unfortunately, as the resurgence of the coronavirus is making itself known, there is likely to be a future impact.

Holiday Travel Expectations

Traveling this holiday season is going to be different than in years past. This year, the pandemic is causing people to reconsider their plans. For instance, those who travel home to see family may think they are safe now, but what happens after they surround themselves with hundreds of others in crowded airports and flights? Will they show up to Thanksgiving dinner with a side dish of COVID-19 for their entire family?

It’s enough for some to say no thanks.

CNBC posted analyzed figures from software firm Guesty showing that Thanksgiving travel could be down 16%, Christmas down 35%, and New Year’s travel down 33%. These numbers could fall even more if the cases of COVID-19 continue to increase.

So, what does that mean for you? Do you stay in or do you go and make the most of your time?

Tips for Safe Holiday Travel

For those who need to travel or want to live life to the fullest no matter what, travel doesn’t have to be a thing to fear. Sure, we need to be cautious and careful, but we don’t have to be afraid to get our feet off the ground.

If you’d like to travel this holiday season – then do it! Just follow these tips to keep yourself safe and healthy.

Fly private.

Imagine being able to head to the airport and board your plane without ever having to come in contact with hundreds of other travelers. That’s right – no long security lines or crowded waiting areas. And of course, no shoulder to shoulder seating on the aircraft itself.

Flying private means you get all the perks of reaching your destination quickly without all the risk that comes with air travel. The best part? You get all the benefits that come with flying on a private jet. It’s a win-win!

Get tested and monitor yourself.

Rapid testing is fairly easy to come by today. Before you head off on a vacation, get tested. When you arrive at your destination, take another. Then be sure to monitor yourself throughout your vacation. How are you feeling? Are you showing signs or symptoms? Take your temperature. Granted, you could be a carrier and not have any symptoms at all, but it is important to do what you can.

Travel prepared.

You know you are going to need your face mask, hand sanitizer, maybe even some gloves. Be sure you travel prepared. What happens if you lose your mask? Travel with extra – especially if traveling with little ones.

Consider also bringing your own drinks and snacks to reduce any contamination on the flight. Not to mention, many commercial airliners have halted food and beverage services.

Know the guidelines.

By now, we are all fairly well-versed in the CDC guidelines, aren’t we? We know that we need to wear a mask when indoors or in areas in which we cannot be socially distant. We also know that we need to wash our hands (or sanitize) regularly – and that we shouldn’t touch our face with our hands.

Before you head out, it is a good idea to make sure you review any new guidelines for the airports you will be visiting as well as the state (or country) that you are traveling to, as well as where you live. As cases are beginning to rise, many areas are putting restrictions into place making testing and quarantining mandatory.

Enjoy your trip.

COVID-19 is something to fear, but we can’t let this fear run our lives. We can’t continue to allow it to steal our time with loved ones. While we want to keep everyone safe – including ourselves – we can take all the necessary protection steps and follow the guidelines. As long as we are careful and we know that we have done our part, then we can move forward with our travel plans – and enjoy the trip!


The world heading into the holiday travel season this year looks much different than last year. But, that doesn’t mean you have to stay home and sulk. The holidays are about love and family. Book yourself on a private jet, follow all of the safety protocols, and head home this season.


Need a Private Getaway? Choose From These Solo Vacations

Times are difficult right now with a majority of us at home most days. So maybe a new environment will do some good. Here are a few solo vacations worth noting.

Sometimes getting away on a solo vacation can mean seeing things at your own pace. There is no one else to agree to an itinerary. It’s just you and your destination of choice – enjoying all that it has to offer. Or, whatever it is you want to do while you are there. Why? Because it is just you!

In the crazy world we are living in today, the one thing that social distancing has shown us is that it all comes down to us, each as individuals. This has sent many of us on a new journey of self-discovery. And, no matter how much we love being social and spending time with others, there could come a time again when we are stuck in quarantine with no one but ourselves.

Learn to love yourself and embrace your strengths as you head off into the world to explore. Treat yourself kindly and make memories that will last you a lifetime.

So, where will you go? Why not try one of these solo vacations? Some in the U.S., others abroad, but all are guaranteed to have an impact on you.

Sedona, Arizona

They say there is something magical about the Sedona sky. Have you ever been there? If not, it is worth a visit. And, well, the peace this area of the country brings is best experienced alone. That’s right – first on our list of solo travel destinations is Sedona, Arizona.

Sedona is an area inhabited by New Age and spiritual culture. There is a sense of healing and rejuvenation that can come with a visit here. You can take the road less traveled and go sightseeing on a tour that will take you out into the desert. You can do some yoga, spend time at the spa, visit Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park. Rumor has it that the latter is the perfect place for self-reflection.

Of course, Sedona is not all about healing and inner peace. There are many other things you can do while here, too. For instance, you can go fishing or tubing, immerse yourself in the local arts and culture scene, and even learn about Native American history.

Costa Rica

While every country has its key interests that draw in travelers, Costa Rica has a unique variety. From the shoreline to the volcano, to the rainforest, and everywhere in between, this is a place where you won’t be bored. As a solo traveler, though, there are a few areas that may be best suited for you. After all, traveling solo does not necessarily mean traveling alone. There’s a good chance you want to meet others, right? Maybe even feel like a local by the time you leave?

The areas of Tamarindo, Puerto Viejo, Nosara, Santa Teresa, and La Fortuna are great places to mingle with locals, indulge in the local cuisine, experience nightlife, and yet still be close enough to fit in all the activities and adventures that Costa Rica has to offer.

So, go surfing, watch the sunset on the beach, take a Yoga class, or simply just be. You will find this country refreshing for your mind, body, and soul.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

How about visiting a place in the United States that isn’t often on everyone’s bucket list? Santa Fe, NM should be on those bucket lists. After all, it isn’t called The City Different for nothing. This city is like no other – and it is a great place to escape on solo travel without traveling too far.

They say it is hard to leave Santa Fe once you arrive there. It has a rich history and culture – and has both indoor and outdoor things to see that you won’t want to miss. Lose your breath at the Cathedral Basilica of St Francis of Assisi with its Roman architecture. Fall in love with the pueblo-style architecture found all over the area. Head on over to Canyon Road to experience some remarkable art galleries. Indulge yourself in the deep Hispanic culture and don’t you dare head home without tasting the local chile.

Santa Fe is a fun, educational, and rejuvenating place to visit – even as a solo traveler.

Vienna, Austria

Again, heading further away from the U.S., how about a trip to Austria? It isn’t too often that you hear of someone visiting this country, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t one that is perfect for solo travelers – especially Vienna. In general, this is a super safe place to visit, English is spoken nearly everywhere, and the scenery is downright stunning.

While in Vienna (the capital), you will find there is so much to see. There are all sorts of cultural expressions, such as music, art, and architecture. Visit castles, museums, enjoy a cup of coffee at one of the many coffee houses, enjoy a show at the Vienna Opera House, and just explore. You never know what you may find.

Florida Keys, Florida

Keeping it closer to home while feeling like you are miles away, visit the Florida Keys. From Key Largo on the north end to Key West on the south, and all the keys in between, you will find a lot of, well, nothing to do. And, that’s what makes this destination so great.

Sure, you can go snorkeling, scuba diving, boating, fishing, or just relax on the beach. Or you can stroll through the artisan shops filled with local talent, enjoy some local seafood, drink a frozen adult beverage in a tiki hut with the locals, and more. By the time you head back home, you will feel so relaxed and rejuvenated. It is the perfect solo trip full of solace.

Final Thought

These are just the tip of the iceberg. When you make the choice to see the world with a private getaway, you can go anywhere. And, if you choose to charter a private jet, you can get as close to your destination as possible – even traveling where some commercial flights can’t land!

So, do your research and discover a destination for your solo travel that will sweep you off your feet. You deserve it, don’t you think?

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8 Important Tips for Traveling Alone

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Wellness Travel is a Practice for Self Care?

If you have not already heard of the wellness travel trend that is taking off, then now is the time for you to get in the loop. It is quickly growing in popularity – and for good reason. Read below!

Getting caught up in the hustle and bustle of life can leave you frazzled and spastic if you aren’t careful. Unlike generations of old that just pushed through work and life until they were just a walking empty, today there is much more emphasis on wellness, health, clarity, and overall well-being.

While there is something to be said about long-distance family road trips to see relatives, the familial unit seems to be breaking down while the importance of self is taking flight.

After all, how can you care for others without first caring for yourself?

Today’s travelers seem to have decided to prove the answer to that question. You can’t give anything to others if you are too worn down and empty.

Therefore, you will need to send yourself off to faraway places for relaxation, rejuvenation, and whole-body wellness.

And, so wellness travel began.

All-Encompassing Wellness

Wellness travel is about the wellness of the whole body.

To clarify, here are a few examples of types of wellness vacations:

  • Physical wellness, focusing on fitness, endurance, and strength.
  • Mental clarity, focusing on the mind. Engaging you in things such as yoga and meditation.
  • Overall body relaxation, usually including spa services and elegant personal treatment.
  • Culinary wellness, such as following a specific diet offered by the destination of choice. Often these also include learning new cooking techniques and how to eat for your health and well-being.
  • A combination of all the above. Sometimes you just want a little bit of everything – you want to indulge your senses with a spa treatment right after a nice hike in the woods and before your delightful vegan meal.

You are the only one who knows what your body needs – and what you can benefit from the most. Choose your wellness vacation based on you.

Where to Find It

You can find wellness travel destinations just about anywhere.

Sometimes it is the destination. Other times it is what you can do when you get there. It all depends on what you are looking for in your trip.

  • The Great Smokey Mountains in Tennessee offers some options for wellness travel. These include going into the woods and spending some time in nature. You will find resorts and retreats to offer things such as deep woods yoga, hiking, and meditation.
  • Bigger cities, such as New York City, Miami, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles offer retreat-style resorts that offer calming surroundings, spa services, organic whole food dining, as well as yoga, meditation, and various excursions. This option is great for those that need to maintain business dealings while also seeking a balance of health and wellness.
  • Cities along the coasts offer spa services and rejuvenating packages that include water sports and activities.
  • Remote destinations in Arizona can offer quiet retreats and even ‘glamping’. In other words, you can go off-grid without actually going off-grid.

Wellness vacation destinations can take you anywhere. It all depends on your needs and desires.

The Best Way to Get There

When it comes to wellness travel, you are on a quest for tranquility. Take a moment to consider this:

You have finally decided to take that much-needed vacation away from everyone and everything. You are going to clear your mind and indulge in rich relaxation. But, first, you must get there. So, make sure you arrive at the airport at least two hours in advance of your departure. Then, stand in security lines that seem endless. Once you finally begin to see the light, you must sit at your gate for another hour, then go through the simulated cattle call to board the aircraft. As you do, you keep your fingers crossed that you can sit next to someone simple – and quiet.

How enjoyable does all of that seem? Not so much, right?

That is why the best way to get to your wellness destination is via a private charter. Instead of the above scenario, imagine being able to board the plane just before takeoff, with flexible timing, no need for long security lines, and the most comfortable aircraft cabin.

Private jet charters allow you the opportunity to travel to your destination engulfed in luxurious and calm surroundings.

Who says that you can’t start your wellness vacation until you land? Start it before you even get to your destination with a private jet.

The Benefits of Wellness Travel

To try to list the benefits you will receive from wellness travel is like trying to count the grains of sand on the beach. It is impossible.

Mental and physical wellness is important in all walks of life – and at all stages. To do your best you must feel your best. And, there is a very high chance that you don’t receive all that you need from your regular ol’ day-to-day life.

That’s why wellness travel is so beneficial:

  • It can be rejuvenating,
  • Bring you relaxation.
  • Re-focus your mind,
  • Increase your strength,
  • It can teach you new healthy skills,
  • Take away your aches and pains,
  • And remind you of what is important.

Just to name a few.

Is Wellness Travel for You?

Whether you are wound up tighter than a banjo and ready to pop your strings at any moment or you are just looking for time away from life to indulge in some enlightenment, wellness travel is for you – and is incredibly beneficial.

You don’t have to be stressed, at your wit’s end, and out of control to reap the benefits. That’s the best part.

Traveling for wellness can keep you whole. It can keep you balanced. And, it can keep you both physically – and mentally – healthy.


Now you know what all the hype is about when it comes to wellness travel. Don’t you think it is time you did something good for yourself?

Contact your local, trusted private jet charter authority to book your flight.

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Secluded Getaways That Are Best Visited by Private Jet


Secluded Getaways That Are Best Visited by Private Jet

If you’ve been wondering if secluded getaways amidst the pandemic exist, they do! You can still plan for that relaxing vacation by visiting any of the following destinations below.

With everything that is going on in our world, it makes sense that we would need a break. Life has been, well, anything but normal lately. An adventure or exotic experience seems like the perfect thing to bring back a bit of serenity to our lives, doesn’t it?

Of course, as soon as we think about booking our trip, we are bombarded with thoughts and visions of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, that has made its way around the globe. We know we aren’t supposed to be traveling too much and we also know that we shouldn’t find ourselves too close to too many people.

So, how do you turn those regulations or recommendations into a much-needed vacation? Simple – you book a trip on a private jet to one of the most magnificent – and isolated – destinations. You can bring some joy back into your life while also staying safe and practicing social distancing.

Let’s take a look at all the secluded places you can travel to!

Spectacle Island, Maine

If you are looking for a secluded getaway, you may find it in places you never even imagined. For instance, consider a trip to Spectacle Island, Maine. Ever heard of it? It is one ultimate destination for private travel – and privacy in general. In fact, it is a private island!

Here, instead of renting a room or a cabin, you rent the entire island. In times of a pandemic, Spectacle Island is a great place to get in that vacation while still maintaining health precautions and safety. Don’t worry, there is a host family that lives on the island to ensure you are getting the most out of your getaway – and in case you have any questions regarding the island.

Wondering what you’d do all day with a private island all to yourself? Well, on this island, you can stay as busy – or not – as you’d like. You will find boating, sailing, hiking, whale watching, kayaking, and more. At the end of the day, though, you absolutely must take in the beautifully painted sunset.

Norman’s Cay, Bahamas

While Maine may have a secluded island for you, there is nothing like the paradise that the same can bring in the Bahamas. Norman’s Cay is located at the tip of the Exuma Islands and was claimed by the Bahamas. It has a history with Colombian drug lords and it was made even more famous by Netflix, but now? Norman’s Cay is a magnificent, secluded getaway to paradise.

You will find enjoyment in snorkeling, swimming, sunbathing, boating, fishing, and more. Sit back on the quiet beach with white sand overlooking crystal blue waters. The sights, the sounds, and the smells will whisk you away to a private island – oh wait! You are already there!

If you are looking for a quiet spot to rejuvenate, you’ve found it.


Since we are on the subject of island getaways, why not consider a visit to Anguilla. This island, located in the eastern Caribbean is another perfect island vacation destination on your private jet. And, it offers you the chance to enjoy a break from normal life while also being safe and socially distant during this pandemic time.

A visit to Anguilla brings lots of time for healing from the sea. Relaxing in the white sand along the shoreline, the warm salty air brings comfort. But, it is not all about the beach – there are many other things to do while visiting. While here, you can go four-wheeling, hike the island, spend time with dolphins, go shopping, enjoy great dining, spend time at the spa, boating, play a round of golf or tennis, or let loose with the spectacular nightlife you will find here.

There is something for everyone to do in Anguilla.

Telluride, Colorado

Looking for something different? Islands are wonderful, but they don’t fit everyone’s style. So, good news – you can stay on dry land and still find yourself on a secluded getaway best sought with a private jet.

Telluride, Colorado is famous for its skiing and snowboarding and is a winter hotspot. But during the warmer months, there is still much to do and fun to enjoy. The best part is that the heavy winter crowds are gone so you can have fun in the city.

You will find a great number of local artisan shops to spark your interest, delectable dining experiences, and soul-quenching scenery. In the summertime, there is so much to do. Try horseback riding, fly fishing, biking, hiking, camping, rock climbing, 4-wheeling, golfing, and more.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Another amazing stop for a secluded getaway is Jackson Hole, Wyoming. This place really takes things back to simpler times with modern amenities and surroundings. It’s laid back, quiet, and very welcoming.

There are homesteaders, real cowboys, and lots of elk and other wildlife. Taking a private jet straight into Jackson Hole can have you feeling like you just stepped off into the wild west.

While you are here, you can indulge your eyes in the breathtaking scenery while also allowing yourself to let loose and have some invigorating experiences. For instance, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, wildlife tours, golfing, hiking and other mountain sports, and biking to name a few. Though, you can always refresh your mind and body with a day at the spa.

Let your spirit fly free in the beauty that is Jackson Hole.

Lanai, Hawaii

Hawaii has always been a popular destination – but also a busy one. If you are looking for seclusion, then you need to head off the beaten path. Visit Lanai. This off-grid destination allows you to get lost while four-wheeling, spend your days at the beach, go horseback riding, watch the spinner dolphins, or even go snorkeling.

Lanai may be part of Hawaii, but it feels worlds away. And, it presents you with the perfect place to enjoy some goodness while keeping your distance.


Well, there you have it – a few of the best places you can go to get away through a private jet company, and still keep your distance.

Which secluded destination caught your eye?


The Safest Travel Destinations as Pandemic Slows

Gratefully, the pandemic is slowing as vacation time is here. But this doesn’t change the fact that we still need to be safe when traveling. Below are the safest travel destinations right now.

Don’t ever let anyone tell you that cabin fever is not real. Because, at this point in the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, many of us are feeling it. In fact, you have likely spent more time at home these last several weeks than you have in quite a long time – and the traveler in you is likely itching to get out and experience something new. Simply having a break in the monotony would be welcomed, right?

Well, the virus has pretty much taken the world by storm, but traveling smart can still lead you to some amazing destinations. So get up off that couch, get out of those old pajamas, pack your bags, and wake yourself up with an unexpected adventure.

Where Will You Go?

As the pandemic slows, here are some of the safest travel destinations.

1. Canada

Whether Vancouver, Montreal, Quebec or a smaller, quaint destination, Canada can be your home away from home for a while. Visiting Canada means you won’t have to travel too far to gain some incredible experiences.

For instance, in Quebec, you may be taken back with the cobblestone streets and the 17th-century architecture at every turn. Or, in Montreal, you can feel like you are in Europe with its heavy French influence. You will find lots of fun things to do with great jazz clubs, nightlife, and more.

Or, to continue practicing your social distancing, take to Prince Edward Island or Newfoundland. You can relax with a kayak, go for a hike, or just sit by the ocean and watch for whales.

2. Australia

There are so many places to visit and things to do in Australia. Of course, we have to keep in mind that, like the U.S., Australia is just opening back up from the pandemic.

Opting for Aussie destinations that can bring relaxation and comfort as well as avoiding crowds may give you an awesome holiday. So, where does one find this in Australia? In Daylesford, Victoria. This is where you will find a large collection of mineral springs, spas, lakes, and more. Plus, it is only a little over an hour’s drive from Melbourne in case you crave a more busy hotspot.

If you want to head into the infamous Australian Outback, you will find it to be another great adventure destination. Camp in the bush, go hiking and immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture. You will feel so far away from everything, yet so full of joy.

3. Argentina

Head south and have some excitement in Argentina. If you are looking for a vibrant city life, tango lessons, and some delicious dining, then Buenos Aires is your spot. This city is colorful and lively with rich culture. Though, if distance and relaxation are what you are craving, there are many other places to seek refuge in this country. For instance –

  • Experience the Iguazú falls if you head to the Litoral.
  • Quebrada de Humahuaca is where you will find colorful rocks lining a gorge, as well as breathtaking valley views.
  • Small ranch towns and lots of meadows with cattle for the landscape for an area called the Pampas. You can feel like you are a bit off-grid here, spending your days hiking, horseback riding, and the like.
  • Why not visit wineries that produce some of the best wines in the world? Visit the Cuyo in western Argentina.

4. Iceland

Visiting Iceland is usually one of those destinations that are on a bucket list, but rarely get checked off. Now, as the world comes out of the pandemic slump, it is the perfect time to visit Iceland. Think about it – what better time to soak in a naturally heated, geothermal pool before taking in the magnificent show put on by the Northern Lights?

Of course, there are several regions that make up Iceland, each offering you something different – and delightful. From waterfalls and farmlands to quaint seaside villages. Find what calls you to Iceland.

5. Costa Rica

Finally, one of the most inviting places on the map after the COVID-19 pandemic wraps up is Costa Rica. This Central American country is a bright getaway after a dark period. You may sum it up as the perfect place for a beach getaway, but you’d only be partially right. There is so much more to this country. And, so much adventure to be had.

  • Not only does Costa Rica give you a prime spot to enjoy the Caribbean Sea, but it also offers a front porch spot to the Pacific Ocean as well.
  • You can have adventures here – waterfalls, jungles, volcanoes, rainforests, cloud forests, large rivers, and more.
  • See wildlife as you’ve never experienced.
  • Go snorkeling, ziplining, hiking, and cycling. Or, relax on the beach, visit a spa, and indulge in local cuisine.

6. The Bahamas

Looking for an island escape? You will find it when you visit the Bahamas. Beautiful white sandy beaches and bright blue waters invite you in and make you not want to leave. And maybe the sunshine and saltwater can be just the right recipe for relief.

The Bahamas allows you an opportunity to experience adventures in snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, boating, gambling, shopping, dining, and more. Watch the locals dive for conch shells or shop the infamous straw markets for handmade and artisan goods.

Island life can bring refreshment and rejuvenation. After weeks and weeks of being stuck indoors – escape to the islands.

Travel Safely

Wherever you choose to go, be sure to check with the CDC and the WHO first to ensure that it is safe to do so. You may also want to do extra research to find some helpful tips to travel safe out there.

Then, as an extra precaution, consider traveling via a private jet to reduce exposure to others in close quarters. Of course, you will also find an array of even more benefits that come with choosing private travel, such as luxury accommodations, flexibility, more widespread availability of destinations.

Final Thought

If you are ready to get out of the house and discover someplace new, then this is your time to shine. Just… be smart, be safe, and be socially distant. Happy travels!


5 Vacation Ideas to Bring In the New Year

“My New Years Resolution is to travel more”. This is a common goal for the new year. Sometimes, life gets in the way; but this year, make your resolution a reality with these 5 vacation ideas.

It seems as each new year arrives, so does a new list of travel destinations. And, it only seems logical since there are a ton of amazing destinations around our incredible planet, yet tourists and travelers only seem to flock to a few of the most well-known.

Now is the time to see new things the world has in store for you. Instead of traveling to places you’ve been – or places everyone has been, vow to be different this year. After all, what would happen if you went off the beaten path? What could you discover? Where could your travels take you?

5 Vacation Ideas to Consider

Finding new places is precisely what travel in 2020 is all about. Exploring new countries. Discovering gems in forgotten cities. And getting lost on a trail that takes you to a scenery filled with unforgettable beauty.

Before you plan your next trip, check out our favorite vacation ideas for the new year.

 1. The British Virgin Islands

There is likely to be a time at some point in the year 2020 when you will be stressed enough to take a deep breath and tell those around you that you want to escape to an island somewhere.

Well, guess what? You can! The British Virgin Islands  – after being devastated during the 2017 hurricane season – are back up, running, and waiting for you.

Here you will find bright blue, yet clear, ocean water surrounding the white sandy beaches of the island. Just know now that you will definitely find some Instagram-worthy photo opportunities here. While you could sit back and relax, soaking up the salty air and the sun, you can get up and have some fun, too. Even explore one island after the next!

Go boating, snorkeling, sailing, scuba diving, parasailing, etc. And, indulge in some romantic dining opportunities and partake in events around the island.

 2. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Some people may think that witnessing a giant crater in the middle of solid ground would be a waste of time. Those people have never seen the breathtaking beauty that comes with a visit to the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.

Believe it or not, there is a lot to do here. Sure, there is a good chance you can find yourself taking in the view – from all angles – for hours. Don’t stop at that. At the Grand Canyon National Park, you can go boating, bicycling, camping, and hiking.

You will find lodging and exploring all on the grounds here that will keep you busy for a couple of days – at least. If you want to get up close and personal with one of the most wondrous places in the world and maybe even unplug for a while, then you won’t want to miss this destination in 2020.

Tip? If you can go at any time other than summer, then do it. You’ll be glad you missed that overwhelming summer rush – and the intense heat, too.

 3. Nikko, Japan

You will hear lots of talk about Japan in 2020. Why? Because Tokyo will be home to the 2020 Summer Olympics, so it’s one of the most popular vacation ideas for this year.

So why not take some time to explore this country – and get off the beaten path? Nikko will keep you close to the action but is far enough to get you away from the heavy crowds.

This small, deeply cultural town can bring you a nice getaway. Laid back, you can explore and relax, all wrapped into one. After all, its peaceful and inviting with so much to scenery to see. Traveling north of Tokyo, you will enter into the mountainous area of Nikko. Here you can encounter:

  • Waterfalls
  • Hot springs
  • Natural forests
  • World Heritage sites

Go hiking, walking, biking through the rolling hills and magnificent forests. Or, sit back and get lost in thought while sipping tea overlooking Lake Chuzenji. Be sure to add Nikko to your travel plans this year.

 4. Portland, Maine

Looking to stay closer to home? Why not stroll through the cobblestone streets found in New England? There is more to Portland, Maine than lighthouses and the coast. In fact, you may find that it is quite a quaint little city that offers you the perfect getaway thus far.

In Portland, there is no end of the number of crafters and artisans you can meet, as well as wineries and breweries. Its local residents know how to create some magnificent things – and you can stroll around and see them all. Not to mention that there are many museums and art galleries that you won’t want to miss, either.

Not feeling artsy? No problem. There is always something to do both outdoors and in. From boating and wildlife excursions to spas, dining, and baseball games. Exploring this rich city is a great way to sneak away for a long weekend without going too far.

You won’t be disappointed.

 5. Magdalen Islands, Canada

Head even further north, you will run into a group of islands called the Magdalen Islands of Canada. More specifically, it is made up of several islands clustered together in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. And if you are looking for some astounding beauty and fun for everyone, then don’t knock this destination off your list.

Visit the lighthouses. Enjoy the beaches and the beauty of the surrounding cliffs. Of course, you won’t want to miss a visit through the caves. Sip on some local brew, learn how to blow glass, and create a sandcastle masterpiece.

If you are interested in an adventure during the winter months, try finding harp seals in the Gulf. In fact, there is even a harp seal nursery nearby that you will not want to miss. Talk about a great adventure in 2020!


Well, there you have it – a new year, new vacation ideas, and great opportunities for you to make memories in 2020. Next time you book your private jet charter, head out to one of these amazing hot spots. You will be off the beaten path yet on an incredible – and unforgettable – journey. Happy travels!



6 Best Ski Resorts in the World to Visit This Winter

Skiing and snowboarding are extremely popular hobbies, and there are some amazing places to visit. This list explores the best ski resorts in the world to visit this year.

If you are a skier or someone who is interested in seeing what the sport is all about, then you likely know that you can’t always enjoy the best of it all year round. Thankfully, as we head into colder months, the options for ski towns and ski resorts begin to skyrocket.

While this is a great thing, it also means you have to make a decision as to which one you will choose. You won’t want to miss this list of the 6 best ski resorts in the world to visit this winter.

1. Murren, Switzerland

Are you looking for a traditional skiing experience without all that fancy hoopla? Take it back to simpler times with a visit to Murren, here you will find a small village with wooden chalets. It’s romantic yet rustic – and the scenery is beautiful.

The best part is that because there are no massive resorts, the slopes are rarely ever crowded. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy recreational activities such as:

  • Ice skating
  • Hiking
  • Sledding
  • Paragliding
  • Indulging in a spa and message day
  • Visiting Bond World (yes – Bond. James Bond.)

2. Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Choosing to stay stateside can allow you to have an amazing time skiing. And, Jackson Hole is one of those places. Perhaps one of the reasons this is one of the best ski resorts in the world is because the slopes available for a wide range of skill levels.

So, whether you are a novice, a skilled skier looking for a challenging course, and everything in between – you will find it here. Plus, there are so many slopes – and so much snow – that there is always room and overcrowding is never an issue.

Did we mention that the airport is so close, too? Due to remote locations, many ski resorts require a difficult commute, often having you experience different travel methods and long exchanges. Flying to Jackson Hole can be just about as pleasant of an experience as skiing there!

3. Val d’Isère, France

Oh, the French Alps. Skiing them are a dream come true for people. And, if you are looking to knock it off of your bucket list, then you will want to visit the ski resort at Val d’Isère, France. Ski slopes are for all challenge levels and the new Solaise Gondola will get you there in complete comfort – including heated seats and wi-fi services.

There are a ton of options for your skiing pleasure. But, when the day is done, you will find enjoyment and relaxation in the many spa services you will find here. Not to mention some entertainment and fun, such as game rooms and professional golf simulators. You should know, in Val d’Isère, snow is always a guarantee.

You can even charter a jet to France and avoid traveling commercially with all your gear!

4. Telluride, Colorado

Again, stateside skiing is a breeze – especially if you are looking for a quick getaway trip. Of course, with the newly opened Telluride Regional Airport (TEX),  access to the ski resort area is even easier. And, the fact that Telluride has been recognized internationally as a premier ski resort means that you are in for some great slopes and a great time.

Telluride has over 2,000 skiable acres and offers some of the most magnificent views. But, it is so much more than that. You will find a quaint town with a funky vibe that offers all sorts of independently-owned shops, dining spots, and even a local brewpub. And it can all be enjoyed in a relaxed, laid-back, casual atmosphere.

5. Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia, Canada

Whistler Blackcomb located in British Columbia is one of the largest ski resorts in North America. You will find slopes for beginners, intermediates, and advanced skiers on these two mountains. However, the majority of the slopes (55%) are designed with the intermediate skier in mind.

The best part of this ski resort area is that you will find so many other things to do. For instance, there are many places to dine and a lot of nighttime entertainment, bars, and the like. This means you can enjoy the thrill and adventure of the slopes during the day and unwind at night.

While in Whistler Blackcomb, you won’t want to miss a visit to the Sliding Center which was used in the 2010 Winter Olympics – and includes the opportunity to try the luge, bobsledding, and even a skeleton run!

6. Sapporo, Japan

When looking for a ski resort to visit this winter, there is a good chance that you didn’t think much about Japan, right? Perhaps Switzerland, Austria, Canada, even Colorado in the U.S. – but Japan? You better believe it. There is so much adventure to be had on Japan’s northernmost island, Hokkaido.

Sapporo is a large city. This means that there is a lot to do and a lot to see. You will find:

  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Parks
  • Museums
  • Healing hot springs
  • Various other attractions

Then, you will find the slopes of Sapporo – which has slopes for skiers of all ability levels.

The convenience of how this ski resort is designed gives you the best of both worlds – the ability to ski and have time with the white stuff and, be able to have time enjoying the city and all it has to offer.

The Best Ski Resorts in the World Await You This Winter

Ski resorts are all around the globe – and you don’t have to be some sort of professional athlete to enjoy them. It is important to see what is available, as each ski resort offers its own special characteristics.

  • Will it be the big city feel of the slopes in Sapporo?
  • Or perhaps that distant small-town village of Murren?
  • Or, maybe you want to stick close to home and head to the premier resort in Telluride, CO?

Both near and far, the snow is ready and waiting for you. Now is the time to determine the best ski resorts in the world for you so you can dig out those skis, find the perfect winter gear, and book your charter flight. Why? Because you are going to indulge yourself with some skiing.