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Whether you’re traveling to celebrate the holidays or escape the cold, winter is arguably the best season to get away. Sunny destinations like St. Lucia and San Diego are fantastic for warming up without feeling cooped up. On the other hand, many colder destinations, like Lake Tahoe and Beaver Creek, look gorgeous under blankets of snow, making them ski-centric wonderlands.

Whatever your tastes, the possibilities for winter getaways are endless, especially with a private jet travel company by your side.

Sunny Getaways

Winter vacations are the perfect way to get out of the house and warm up while exploring unique cultures and businesses, especially when you visit these tropical destinations.

St. Lucia

Located in the heart of the Caribbean’s Windward Islands, St. Lucia is an extravagant travel destination for any time of the year. From its untouched natural beauty to its harmonious music scene, you’ll always have something to do on this beautiful island.

After stopping to refuel in Florida, visitors who use luxury private jets will usually land at Hewanorra International Airport (UVF) near Vieux Fort Quarter. Additionally, wintertime travelers may experience Atlantic route sailboat crossings, the Festival of Lights and Renewal, and the island’s best annual weather.

Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

Named in honor of Spanish Carmelite explorers, Carmel-by-the-Sea is a small, serene beach city just south of Monterey Bay. Its dog-friendly beach is positioned at the mouth of a river and is best known for its scenic walks and unique white sand. Other local attractions include historical museums, natural reserves, wineries, and whale-watching tours. Carmel-by-the-Sea’s nearest airport, Monterey Regional Airport (MRY), is conveniently located just a few miles away.

Panama City, Florida

Nestled between Tallahassee and Pensacola, this beautiful beach town has miles of stunning beaches and gorgeous views of the Gulf of Mexico. Panama City is best known for its beaches, fantastic nightlife, and theme parks! Visit Race City and ride the Skycoaster or try out the Bumper Boats! Or head to the SkyWheel at Pier Park and get incredible views of the city and the ocean.


You will fly into the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP), which is just 18 miles from Panama City.

San Diego, California

San Diego is one of the most popular cities on California’s Pacific Coast, home to well-kept beaches, resorts, museums, zoos, and a bustling art scene. Like many other California cities, San Diego is notable for its culture and architecture rooted back to its 18th-century Mexican and Spanish founders.

San Diego International Airport (SAN) is located right by the water, so you can almost immediately dive in and have fun. Best of all, San Diego’s weather consistently stays around 70 degrees Fahrenheit, making it an ideal winter destination.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

The longest-lasting European-founded city in the Americas, San Juan is one of the best vacation spots for warming up, trying seafood cuisine, and stepping into history. The gorgeous blue water will leave you never wanting to leave the beach, and the active nightlife ensures the fun doesn’t set with the sun.

Your visit to the Island of Enchantment will begin at San Juan Airport (SJU) after a brief stop to refuel in Florida. From there, you can explore exquisite tropical bars, old Spanish forts, thick jungles, colossal waterfalls, and much more.

Winter Wonderlands

Whether you want to ski their slopes or gaze into their snow-laden views, check out these travel destinations, which are at their absolute best during the winter.

Lake Tahoe, California

The way the snow falls on the trees, and the frozen water of Lake Tahoe has inspired songs, poems, and artwork for centuries. The shores and mountainous landscapes are something everyone must see for themselves, especially during the winter months.

Beyond the sights, Lake Tahoe’s best winter activities include hiking, skiing, shopping, casino gaming, and exploring the music-centric nightlife. For private jet travelers, your visit will begin at Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO), just across the Nevada border.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

“Jackson’s Hole,” as mountaineers call it, is a 55-mile valley between Wyoming’s Gros Ventre and Teton mountain ranges. The area has a rich history of indigenous culture and European settlements, having been used for hunting, beaver fur trapping, fishing, and ceremonial activities.

Jackson’s gorgeous slopes are even more beautiful under the snow, and they’re excellent for skiing, with numerous mountain resorts to choose from. Notable nearby destinations include the Rocky Mountains, Yellowstone National Park, and Grand Teton National Park, all of which are only a few hours’ drive from Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA).

Beaver Creek, Colorado

A three-time host of the Alpine World Ski Championships, Beaver Creek is a must-visit destination for skiers, snowboarders, and other winter athletes. Thanks to its high levels of tourism, Beaver Creek maintains the feel of both a resort town and a small, alpine village, ensuring there are always things to do and shops to visit.

Just 25 miles from Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE), the village features heated sidewalks, covered escalators, and other winter accommodations. This way, the snow remains a cool aesthetic rather than an inconvenience, though winter weather conditions could affect flight access.

Kings Canyon National Park, California

From mammoth-sized trees to deep-seated valleys, the gorgeous Kings Canyon National Park is a unique place to explore nature. It’s home to countless hiking trails, dynamic wildlife, crystal caverns, ski lodging, and remarkable views that look even more stunning during the winter. For those seeking even more adventures, Kings Canyon is also close to Yosemite National Park, Sierra National Forest, Mojave National Preserve, and Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT).

Mt. Hood, Oregon

Mt. Hood is Oregon’s highest mountain and stratovolcano, making it one of the most popular skiing destinations in the U.S. The natural landscape includes waterfalls, lakes, and mountain vistas blanketed by year-round layers of snow and ice. Mt. Hood’s nearest airport is Portland International Airport (PDX), giving you the opportunity to explore the city’s restaurants, museums, and historic locations.

Planning Your Winter Getaway With Private Jet Travel

Flying in a private jet can make your holiday getaway even more luxurious, letting you skip the hassles of airports, layovers, and commercial airlines. With more than 40 years of experience, Omni Air Transport offers some of the best private jets for both domestic and international travel. From flight planning to 24/7 concierge support, Omni takes care of everything so you can make the most of your luxury holiday travels.

Request a call today to start planning.