Explore World’s finest destinations
Charter your Private Jet and travel to top-of-the-list, world locations, hub centers and holiday resorts with great comfort and in record times. For you, we have compiled a list of the most beloved destinations chosen by frequent business aviation travellers. Whether you are organizing your next business trip, shipment of your special CARGO or upcoming holiday for you and family, browse our selection below and get inspired.
The only City in the Sun. The city is surprisingly beautiful with flowering trees and the perfect climate: 80s and 90s, sunny, low humidity — almost every day. It is palpably multicultural place, encapsulating what is happening in Africa better than any other city on the continent. No matter what season you visit, Nairobi allows you to sample the best of Africa. The Leadership from the Presidency is steady and political maturity above board. This makes Kenya a classic place to be.
The Haven of Peace in Arabic, has one of the best deep natural harbors in the world. All cultures at one time or another passed through Dar es Salaam. It is necessary to visit Dar es Salaam to understand the secret of letting different cultures live together in absolute harmony.
A city tour of Dar es Salaam will take you to the National Museum, Nyerere Cultural Centre, the Village Museum, Mwenge Wood Carvings Market, and the Magogoni Fish Market, among other interesting spots.
Surrounded by nature and fueled by creative energy, Kampala is a city where being bored is never an option. Find all Kampala has to offer; amazing attractions, coolest hang out spots, superb culture/nightlife, events, restaurants, hotels and more.
Kigali sprawls across numerous hills, ridges, valleys, and has a vibrant restaurant and a night life scene. Chimpanzee tracking is very magical and exciting! It is a very exceptional experience seeing Chimps feed, care for their little one, climb trees and respond to presence of a human.
It is one of Africa’s more tranquil capital cities. The city is largely a modern creation, with little sense of history to provide interest. Indeed, ask Batswana who were born and raised in Gaborone where they’re from, and they may well tell you the name of a family village or cattle post they’ve never seen. So while the local Batswana may not see Gaborone as a traditional family ‘home’, they do see it as the place where their future, and that of their nation, is forged.
Ghana is a friendly, welcoming country and a top West African tourist destination. Everything you will see in Ghana is authentic to the Ghanaian way of life, and Accra is loaded with things to see and do. Accra centers on sites and attractions that highlight: History/Heritage; Culture; Politics; Business; Education; Cuisine; and Leisure.
Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, let alone Africa, having already won a number of prestigious international travel awards. It’s where most people in South Africa wish they lived. It possesses all of the amenities and sophistication of urban area, yet the pace is decidedly relaxed, with the city being nestled between the ocean and the mountains, creating an ideal mix of work and play.
Cairo is one of the world’s great megacities. As beautiful as it is crazy, and as rich in historic finery as it is half dilapidated, Cairo tends to be a city that travelers love and hate in equal measures. Its sheer noise, pollution, and confounding traffic are an assault on your senses, but look beyond the modern hubbub, and you’ll find a history that spans centuries. Full of vigor, Cairo is where you really get a feel for Egyptian street life.
Unarguably the most economically active and socially diverse state in Nigeria, Lagos state is strategically positioned as the major convergence points for all other parts of the country and also the main entry point to the rest of the world. This has lead to the creation of a variety of destinations and spots meant for leisure, relaxation, exploration or just sheer amusement.
Rabat is home to the country’s most important museum, the Royal Palace, and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, as well as several historical attractions. Situated right on the Atlantic Ocean, with the Bou Regreg River running to the west separating it from its sister-city of Salé, Rabat is a pretty place. And for many tourists, a visit to Rabat can be a pleasant surprise and a welcome break from the hustle of other Moroccan cities. History-lovers this is the to be anytime!