Private aviation company Air Partner has reported an increase in inquiries for flights to secluded Caribbean islands and outdoor-oriented US destinations.
Based on the new booking patterns, the company has compiled a list of the US travel destinations that it believes will attract the most luxury travellers this summer.
David McCown, president of Air Partner US said, “As the travel industry begins to see the first signs of recovery since the Covid-19 pandemic, we are helping our clients every step of the way with proper planning and coordination for their flights as they head out on their long-awaited vacations and look for sensible destinations.
“There are plenty of logistical and safety factors that must be considered before traveling right now, and our account managers are here to help alleviate anxieties by providing high-quality, tailored charter solutions.”
Air Partner’s list includes:
The Islands of the Bahamas
The Bahamas archipelago is an ecological oasis sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean, starting just 50 miles off the coast of Florida. For jetsetters whose idea of paradise is a private villa on a private island, they can look no further than the idyllic Kamalame Cay, located off the coast of Andros Island, or the remarkably secluded Fowl Cay, located among the beautiful Exumas Islands.
San José del Cabo, Mexico
Nestling a long stretch of white sandy shoreline on the edge of the Sea of Cortés, the relaxed community of San José del Cabo, Los Cabos offers an abundance of traditional Mexican charm and hospitality. Recognized for its hygiene and sanitary measures by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) with the “Safe Travels” stamp of approval, this elegant colonial town is full of charming buildings, art, wildlife, and luxury seaside accommodations.
St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands
Though St. John is one of the smallest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, it has been referred to as the “Beverly Hills of the Caribbean” due to its modern luxuries and unspoiled beauty. Renowned for its crystal sands and thriving coral reefs, St. John makes for an adventure-filled tropical vacation.
Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
In the midst of a beautiful mountain setting, Lake Coeur d’Alene is the second largest lake in Northern Idaho and known as the playground of the Pacific Northwest. This breathtaking lake boasts around 135 miles of shoreline that is dotted with beaches, parks, hiking trails, and more.
Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket, Massachusetts
This picturesque area is home to 27,000 acres of jaw-dropping beaches, dramatic cliffs, and dreamy small towns. Nantucket is a secluded island lined with high-end restaurants and boutiques. A haven for beachgoers, foodies, and golf aficionados, Martha’s Vineyard sits just south of the gorgeous Cape Cod peninsula, offering fresh sea air, beautiful beaches, walking, and biking trails and glorious gardens.