Customize Your Caribbean Luxury Vacation 

• Experience five unique Caribbean islands on a fully tailored private Caribbean vacation

• Choose your companions and enjoy stunning tropical landscapes via land, air and sea

• There are no set dates—the best times of the year to travel are November – May

• This itinerary can be customized to your interests, specifications, and group

• Pricing is per person, based on double occupancy

• This itinerary is priced from specific airports with round trip private jet transportation, but can be personalized to depart from your home airport

11 Days Days
5 Destinations 11 Destinations
Pace - Moderate pace Moderate Pace
6 Guests Untitled-3 Guests
Customizable Customizable-01 Customizable
Small Jet Asset 80 Small Jet

What's Included

The price of this all-inclusive Caribbean luxury travel expedition covers everything from travel by car or helicopter, hotels, all daily activities unless specifically outlined, top-of-the-line guides and gratuities.

Explore the journey
  1. Begin your Caribbean luxury vacation in the island paradise of Antigua

    Host to one of the top regattas in the world, Antigua is an island that offers quiet charm, sophistication, and friendly locals. The island boasts an eclectic mix of fabulous cuisine, boutique retreats and some of the best yachting and sailing that the Caribbean has to offer. Lush rainforests, mountainous hillsides, pink sand beaches and lovely aquamarine waters make this an island paradise.

    ANTIGUA TO ST. MARTIN: 35 m
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  2. Set sail to explore three unique and stunning Caribbean islands by catamaran

    Board your private jet for a flight from Antigua to St. Martin. Upon arrival, transfer by private vehicle to your luxury catamaran charter and set sail around the French West Indies and Anguilla.

    ANGUILLA TO GRENADA: 1H 20M
  3. Conclude your Caribbean luxury getaway in timeless Grenada

    Disembark from your luxury catamaran and depart Anguilla by private jet for your final stop in Grenada. Dubbed the 'Spice Island' because of its impressive production of nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger and cloves, the lush island of Grenada has 45 beaches and countless secluded coves. Crisscrossed by nature trails and laced with spice plantations, its mountainous interior consists mostly of nature preserve and rainforest.