Traveling by private jet opens you up to a world of new holiday destinations and possibilities. There is no need to worry about whether there is a major airport nearby or whether you can get a ticket or not. This is the best way to go somewhere you have never been before.
However, if you are unsure where to go or worry about the private jet cost, here are the best destinations to visit across the United States.
Vail, in Colorado, has been the skiing capital of the United States for a few decades now. Every Winter, the mountains surrounding the town get covered in fresh snow, and Winter sports enthusiasts from across the world descend on the usually quiet part of the country.
If the cold isn’t for you, Summer is also a brilliant time to visit Vail. The snow has melted, and you can explore all the mountain paths and trails, go bike riding, and if you’re feeling extra brave, you can try your hand at paragliding.
Cape Cod & Nantucket
If you are looking for a more relaxed and laid-back holiday, a trip to Cape Cod and Nantucket may be right up your alley. Massachusetts has been a favored Summer destination for as long as anyone can imagine, and it’s not hard to see why.
The area is packed with quaint villages and delicious food, and you can watch the sunset on a yacht. Martha’s Vineyard is popular with celebrities and the rich and famous, with Nantucket being a modern representation of old America.
While Los Angeles may seem like a city that never sleeps, there are so many parts of it that are quiet and relaxed and that will give you a chance to unwind. You can sit on the beach with a drink all day or take in many other activities across the city to keep busy.
The city has everything from some of the best restaurants in the world to famous movie theatres and, of course, Beverly Hills and Sunset Boulevard.
Colorado is home to another incredible destination, Telluride. The mountain and mining town is home to a number of wealthy home and business owners and is often viewed as the more upmarket version of Vail.
Telluride is a town where you go to disconnect from the world and spend your days in nature, watch the world pass, and recharge your batteries.
Jackson, in Wyoming, is the gateway to Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Teton National Park, and the Jackson Hole Resort. The favored holiday destination for celebrities like Kanye West, Jackson is often overshadowed by the likes of Telluride and Vail.
Because of this, Jackson is relatively quiet throughout the year, with both Summer and Winter being perfect for a visit. As an added extra, you can go on a ghost tour and learn about the long and interesting history of the town.
Florida is popular with tourists from across the United States and the world. This is due to having great weather almost all year round, never being too hot or too cold, and having a great mix of beaches, nature, and upscale living.
Fort Lauderdale is famous in Florida, but cities like Miami and Tampa Bay are also recognized worldwide. However, Fort Lauderdale has some of the most exquisite beaches, delicious seafood, boat tours, and a few museums to explore.
When it comes to the North-East corner of the country, most travelers don’t venture beyond New York. This is a huge mistake considering what is waiting for you beyond the Big Apple. New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and Massachusetts are gems waiting to be explored.
In particular, Stowe in Vermont. This quiet town almost looks like it is out of a fairytale, especially in Autumn. The orange and yellow leaves form a backdrop for the many old-style houses and hotels. Stowe is the perfect destination for Thanksgiving or a quiet weekend away.
U.S Virgin Islands
A US holiday isn’t just limited to the 50 states; you can also explore the handful of territories that are part of the country. The first is the U.S Virgin Islands, which can be found to the East of Puerto Rico.
This upscale island chain is home to many mansions and quaint beachside homes alike. Boat tours, swimming, diving, and beach and forest adventures are the name of the game.
Another territory that should certainly be on your list is Puerto Rico. Widely regarded as having some of the happiest and friendliest locals in the world, the country has everything you need for an unforgettable holiday.
With beautiful beaches, some of the best food in the Western hemisphere, and a taste of the US around every corner; Puerto Rico is the perfect combination of a foreign holiday with a touch of America.