St Kitts and Nevis
Private jet charter and flights to St Kitts and Nevis
The sister islands of St Kitts and Nevis are a dreamy combination of rainforest, jungle and beautiful beaches. The larger and busier of the two, vibrant St Kitts is known for its verdant rainforests and luxury resort hotels, while Nevis is a sleepy celebrity hotspot.Get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter a private jet to St Kitts and Nevis.
With its championship golf course, magnificent plantation homes and luxury resorts, St Kitts blends laidback luxury with a lively beach and restaurant scene. There’s plenty here to see and do: visit breathtaking the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Brimstone Hill Fortress, hike to the crater of dormant volcano Mount Liamuiga, take the quaint double-decker Sugar Train for a spectacular journey along the island’s coastline and head to one of the many rainforest trails to see Green Vervet monkeys swinging from the trees.
If that all sounds a bit too strenuous, peaceful Nevis sits just two miles across the water and will submergeyou even further into intimate tranquillity. Cast and catch your own lunch on a deep sea fishing trip, take a moonlit sea turtle walk along the beach (June-October) and swim and snorkel amongst starfish and stingrays along the protected reefs of Pinney’s Beach.
On unspoiled Nevis, we recommend staying at the immaculate Montpelier Plantation (Princess Diana was a fan) or on the west coast’s villa-style Paradise Beach, complete with sunrise yoga, private swimming pool and a sublime exclusive beach. On St Kitts, we suggest the exceptional hillside Belle Mont Farm (think private plunge pools and championship golf) or Banana Bay’s Park Hyatt, which offers contemporary Caribbean luxury including three stellar restaurants and a gorgeous spa.
Of course, fresh seafood dining, rum cocktails and alfresco beachside lunches are de rigueur on both islands. The Royal Palm, set within the arches of an old sugar factory, is a standout restaurant for a dreamy lunch with extraordinary views, while Mango at the Four Seasons entices with glorious Caribbean ‘soul food’ and a choice of 101 different rums. More often than not, while enjoying a candlelit dinner on Nevis you can see beyond to the twinkling lights of St Kitts, while from St Kitts you can enjoy splendid views of the unspoiled tropical gem of Nevis. Surely reason enough to visit both.
Contact our team and we’ll arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to St Kitts and Nevis, landing at Robert L.Bradshaw International Airport.