Four Seasons Private Jet Names St. Kitts and Nevis First Caribbean Destination

The Four Seasons Private Jet will make the sister islands of St. Kitts and Nevis its first-ever Caribbean destination on one of its recently announced 2017 itineraries. The 2017 itineraries aboard the Four Seasons Private Jet Experience begin at $135,000, based on double occupancy. 

Taking Four Seasons service to the sky in a first-class, private Boeing 757 that accommodates only 52 VIPs, the Four Seasons Private Jet embarks on bespoke journeys around the world while staying exclusively at Four Seasons hotels and resorts in every location. Four Seasons Resort Nevis will be one of the destinations on the 24-day, nine-country "Global Getaway itinerary," departing March 16 and concluding April 8, 2017.


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The Four Seasons Private Jet will arrive in St. Kitts and Nevis on April 2, 2017, to offer guests three nights in the destination with accommodations at Four Seasons Resort Nevis.

Clients will be welcomed on the tarmac and escorted to the "YU Lounge," where the private-terminal concierges will handle the luggage claim and immigration and customs processing, while guests enjoy champagne and canapes. 

From the resort, guests can embark on a range of activities during their stay, such as deep-sea fishing, summiting Nevis Peak, sunset sailings, or step into history and visit the Bath Hotel, the very first hotel in the Caribbean built in 1778, and Hamilton House, the birthplace of United States’ Founding Father Alexander Hamilton

Guests also can choose the Dive and Dine Extraordinary Experience, where a Four Seasons chef will take guests to a secret dive site to "lasso" their own lobsters – like the locals do – which will be part of the fresh-out-of the-water, personalized beach barbeque menu as soon as they return to land. 

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