As the world battles global pandemic, tourism industry is slowly restarting at many popular destinations. Many countries are still limiting the number of visitors and strictly control movement of people across the border. Some destinations are finding a compromise by allowing arrivals on private jets only. The logic makes sense, as these visitors are high spenders. Cayman Islands are quite popular for such tourists, since they are relatively close to the American mainland. For those looking for even more isolation, Fiji is a prime destination, while Botswana caters to those looking for adventure.
- Some countries are hoping to recover from pandemic through private jet travel and still remain safe.
- Some of these destinations hoping to gain lucrative private jet travelers are The Cayman Islands, Fiji, and Thailand.
- Private jets on charter flights allow countries to control tourism and bypass mandated travel restrictions to bring in much needed tourism dollars.
“Thanks to strenuous conservation efforts, Botswana has long been one of Africa’s animal sanctuaries, and all of the big five roam the Okavango Delta here, including the rare white and black rhinoceroses.”