Where to Eat When You Land in London (IATA: LTN)

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Once upon a time, British food had a bad reputation for being bland, dull and greasy. Historians credit this to World War I when the highly skilled cooks who prepared advanced cuisines for their middle- and upper-class employers were recruited to fight. Many never came home. At the same time, the ingredients needed to make delicious, complex, time-consuming dishes were …

48 Hours in Iceland

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When visiting Europe, extend your trip by a couple of days for a quick tour of Iceland. From London, it’s less than three hours away in a private jet—perfect for a unique getaway. Because the island is only 139 miles long and 233 miles wide, you can pack a lot into those 48 hours. As you explore these ideas for …

Tanzania, Africa

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Embodying the Africa of your dreams, Tanzania is a legendary travel destination that would take a lifetime to explore. It’s also a land of natural dichotomies. The great plains team with legendary game. Snow-capped mountains house rainforests.  Pristine beaches with sparkling blue hues and colorful coral reefs are covered in powdery white sand. Tanzania isn’t a place you charter a …

The Gift of Travel for Mother’s Day

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One of the strongest bonds in nature is between a mother and her child. In 2018, many people around the world celebrate this bond on Sunday, May 13. This year, pamper the special woman in your life and thank her for everything she’s done by chartering a private jet and treating her to a fabulous getaway she’ll always remember. Mother’s …

Things You Can’t Miss in Malta

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An island country in the middle of the Mediterranean, between Sicily and the northern African coast, Malta has a rich history that dates back 7,000 years. Its ancient temples tell of the ruling powers of yesterday, from the Phoenicians to the Knights of the Order of St. John to the British. The island gained its independence in 1964 and is …

Visiting Mustique Island

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A private island in the St. Vincent and the Grenadines archipelago in the Caribbean, Mustique Island is one of the few destinations on the planet where you never have to seek luxury. Like the destination’s white-sand beaches and crystal clear waters, it surrounds you. Mustique went relatively unknown until the island’s owner, Colin Tennant, give Princess Margaret a 10-acres plot …

Paradise Beach, Mykonos Island, Greece

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A cosmopolitan whitewashed haven, Paradise Beach on Mykonos has a famed party scene that lures international visitors with clubs, music, vibrant LGBTQI-friendly establishments, and a multitude of aquatic activities. Located in the southern area of Cyclades island, you’ll find Paradise between Paranga Beach and Super Paradise Beach. Parties on the sun-kissed, flat shoreline begin as early as 4:00 p.m. and …

Most Pristine Beaches in the World

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When seeking a relaxing ocean-side getaway, the last thing you want is to be interrupted by distractions caused by too many people, towering skyscrapers, music you don’t like, trash and the roar of traffic. After all, you chartered a flight to get away from it all. The most pristine beaches in the world are also the most relatively unknown. They’re …

Destinations to Go Spelunking

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There’s no better way to bring out your inner adventurer than with a trip in a chartered jet to some of the greatest caves in the world. As you crawl, duck, climb and squeeze your way through tight passages, you’ll find that every corner has something new to discover—canyons, waterfalls, streams, bodies of water, and animals. When going on a …

Amazing Volcanoes to Visit

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When gases, volcanic ash and lava rupture from beneath a magma chamber below the Earth’s crust, 17 tectonic plates float in the planet’s mantle and eventually form a volcano. For this reason, most of the volcanoes in the world are locate where tectonic plates converge or diverge, or where crust plates stretch and thin. Interestingly, most volcanoes are under water. …