If you’re dreaming of relaxing in a place like heaven surrounded by beautiful, sandy beaches and nature, a tropical island will be a great option. However, there are quite a number of them to choose from around the world. Below you will find the most popular tropical island destinations by private jet. Check them out and get inspired when planning your trip.

Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

Less than an hour and a half away from Miami by plane, this Caribbean tropical island is just what doctors should prescribe for a restless mind. The island is 37 miles long and is made up of 40 islands and cays. 

The big attraction here is the crystal turquoise sea and powder-soft white, sandy beaches. Because the sand is so pure and so white, the sun rays reflect off the seabed which lights the sea from the bottom and warms up the seawater to a comfortable lulling temperature. 

Apart from the year-round comfortable temperatures, you can enjoy the wonderful laid-back environment and friendly locals. All this along with secluded undisturbed beaches where you can savor delicious fresh seafood, have a cookout on the beach, and watch the sunset, makes Grand Turk the perfect island to get away from it all.

Bridgetown and Saint James of Barbados

In all of the Caribbean, Barbados is one of the most sought after destinations. It’s known as “Little England” due to its British flare, the afternoon tea, roundabouts, left-hand traffic, and famous horse races. The charming old wooden chattel houses coexist with new glass and marble offices, donkey carts along modern SUVs in a bustling busy downtown. 

Bordered by the warm Caribbean Sea on the west and the cool Atlantic ocean on the east, the island offers an array of attractions such as off-road island safari, unique limestone caves, enchanting golf courses, flower forests and exciting nightlife. Don’t forget to try famous local rum while relaxing on the calm serene beaches.

Saint Thomas, Saint John, Saint Croix – US Virgin Islands

A darling of the cruise ship industry, the US Virgin Islands are luscious green, with cliffs forging high in the sky, and dark orange-hipped roofs scuttled over hills along a beautiful turquoise sea with sights of exotic yachts. 

These bustling busy tourist islands provide a wide choice of water sports, shopping facilities, and restaurants. You can really spoil yourself thanks to the fantastic white sandy beaches, top spas, and five star accommodations, or admire breathtaking views of the bay from atop of its many mountains.

The Valley, Anguilla

Its flat terrain makes Anguilla one of the sunniest Caribbean islands, with very little rainfall and few clouds. No fewer than 33 beaches of the softest sand, clearest blue skies, bright abundant sun rays are a perfect combination with casual open beach bars, afternoon rum punches, and fresh seafood. This serene island is a perfect place to have a no-care, lazy day you have been dreaming of. 

Those who are looking for a secluded, undiscovered and peaceful island getaway need not look further. Anguilla has only one traffic light and one night club, and is a haven for tranquility. Very friendly, hospitable and gracious locals will ignite in you the little old saying that might go a long way, “don’t worry, it will be fine”.

Ibiza, Spain

Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea which partly belongs to Spain. 

Apart from enjoying 50 stunning beaches and 125 miles of rugged coastline, towering cliffs, and beautiful pine trees, you can see its exotic World Heritage Site town center with picturesque whitewashed houses and Gothic buildings, steep cobbled stones streets, and charming villages, if you travel outside Ibiza City. 

Being one of Europe’s most famous holiday destinations, Ibiza has a reputation of the party island thanks to its electric and vibrant nightlife, lots of trendy nightclubs, bars and restaurants, and numerous events and parties. However, should you prefer a calmer stay, you can take a ride to one of the out-of-the-way beaches in the north. You will surely find driving around the scenic back roads a feast to the eye.

Turtle Island, Fiji

Fiji is a topical, south Pacific island near Australia that was first settled by Polynesians. 

Considered a tropical island paradise, it’s landscape includes white sandy beaches, swaying coconut trees, cloudless sky, fantastic reefs and corals, waterfalls, rainforests, and numerous massive mountains with peaks at 3000 feet of height. 

The breathtaking nature along with the Turtle Island’s unique culture and history makes this an adventurous experience to remember. Combine the warm weather and favorable climate with friendly locals who speak English and fantastic wooden lodges that jet out across the open sea and you have your dream holiday in the tropics. 

Being a great place for those who appreciate the wonders of the natural world, because of such a perfect climate and year-round breeze Fiji is also favored by some of the best windsurfers in the world.

Bali, Indonesia

Bali is a tropical island of Indonesia with a mild climate year-round. The ancient temples where you can taste a certain bit of Buddhism and Hinduism are filled with magic and spirituality which gives this island a charm all its own. 

Bali is blessed with a varied landscape of lush green hills, mountains, rugged coastline, sandy beaches, and beautifully manicured rice terraces which are a delight to the eye. Imagine an exotic island getaway with the sun, sea, romantic candlelight dinners while you watch a traditional Balinese dance, feasting on local traditional foods with the feeling of being immersed in a completely new world. If that picture appeals to you, Bali will be one of the best options for you.

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

The Bora Bora Island is considered one of the world’s most romantic spots, and among the top places for a wedding, honeymoon or lovers looking for that perfect atmosphere where they can ignite the magic of a lasting romance. 

The island is located approximately 160 miles northwest of Tahiti. It is known for its blue lagoons, white sandy beaches, lush valleys, and volcanic peaks. Enchanting and mystical, it has overwater bungalows and offers world-class amenities, finely tuned for the taste and privacy of couples. The island also offers secluded picnics in small, out-of-the-way villages for those who want to experience the real Tahitian culture. For the adventurous, Bora Bora offers excursions to dizzying mountain heights where you can explore sacred ancient sites and let your eyes feast on the breathtaking views below.

Mahe Island, Seychelles

About 17 miles long and with a population of approximately 80 thousand, Mahe Island is one of the largest city islands of Seychelles. It is home to lovely beaches, numerous fresh food and fish markets, museums, and vibrant art culture. 

Often described as the best place to get a taste of the Seychelles culture and history, the island is surrounded by coral reefs and thick jungle vegetation. That makes it a perfect home for many unique kinds of plants and flowers. Mahe Mahe also has quite a lot of mountain hiking trails through its densely packed rain forests with scenic views of unspoiled nature. Visitors can take tours and excursion trips to the many small excluded beaches, away from the busy downtown and around Mahe Island, and fully immerse themselves in the serenity of nature, warm healing sun and the glorious open sea.

Once you’ve decided which tropical island you would like to visit, Paramount Business Jets’ Private Aviation Consultants are available 24/7 at +1-877-727-2538. Call us to discuss the details of your trip.