2021: Avoid the Travel Chaos with these Best Destinations

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The team here at Newport Jets has come up with a wealth of luxury travel ideas for the upcoming holidays — from ski adventures to sunny beach destinations. Newport Jets has uncovered some perfect trips for the sophisticated traveler. We’re always on the lookout for the very best destinations for your private jet charter travel. While no list would be complete without traditional destinations, we’ve also included some of the most unique luxury travel spots this year.

Amidst pandemic, people still wants to enjoy travelling. While coronavirus has brought our journeys to a standstill, it has not quieted our curiosity.

While we are not entirely sure how this is all going to pan out, adding travel destination to our bucket list will not harm us. Thus, here – we are showing the best places you can safely go to add on your 2021 travel destination list!


Each year, Orlando secures its spot as a top destination with families as they head to Disney World. 2021 is going to be a big year for Orlando, as Walt Disney World celebrates its 50th birthday in October. There is sure to be a lot of new and exciting experiences across the parks… as if they aren’t exciting enough already!

If you know your Disney parks, then you will know that Shanghai Disneyland is home to “Tron: LightcyclePowerRun” and we have great news. This rollercoaster ride is currently under construction at Magic Kingdom in Orlando! Though there is no set opening date for this ride just yet, we expect it will be ready for the 50th birthday celebrations next year. (info src)


Domestic beach destinations also scored high with travelers researching 2021 trips. And next year, travelers have Miami’s famous white sand beaches in their sights—add in the city’s lively craft cocktail scene and world-class seafood and Cuban restaurants, and it’s not hard to see why this destination ranks in the eighth spot. South Florida has always been a strong market for airlines like JetBlue and Southwest—the latter is doubling down by launching flights to Miami International Airport for the first time on November 15. (info src)

Miami is overall a safe city, especially for tourists. It has some dangerous areas that should be avoided, but they are far from the usual tourist landmarks. You are advised to remain vigilant around tourist landmarks, since pickpockets are an issue there, and keep an eye out for suspicious activities wherever you go.


The Scots are fiercely proud of their little nation. And rightly so. Travel companies promoting the region tend to get stuck on hackneyed notions of Scottishness, like tweed, bagpipes and tartan, and while the Scots do celebrate their heritage, it’s just one aspect of the country’s identity. These days, visitors will come across stellar modern food, outstanding contemporary galleries and perhaps even – depending on when you go – one of the biggest comedy and arts festivals in the world. (info src)

“We recommend you allow 9 – 10 days in Scotland for a satisfying tour of the country’s diverse scenery and history. A 10 day itinerary, such as the Best of Scotland tour plan, would let you spend: 2 days in Edinburgh walking the historical streets and enjoying the cosmopolitan buzz.” (info src)

Los Cabos, Mexico

One leisure market with enduring popularity among vacationers is Mexico. That trend doesn’t seem to be changing in 2021, with Los Cabos—and several other Mexican resort towns—picking up a top spot on Expedia’s report. The town, perched on the Baja California Peninsula, is full of top-notch hotels, and nearby San José del Cabo has plenty of vibrant restaurants and shops to explore. If you’re planning a Cabo trip next year, you’ll have plenty of transport options: Many U.S. airlines have been pivoting their route offerings to these types of sunny places and adding Cabo as a destination. (info src)

Best Time for Good Weather: The best times to visit for sunny days, warm water, and comfortable temperatures are from June through mid-July and from mid-October through mid-December. Los Cabos is dry and warm most of the year, with a short rainy season in late summer and early fall. (info src)

The Maldives

Maldives makes it to Forbes List of 20 Best Places to Travel in 2021. Every year, Forbes compiles a list of places travelers can look forward to visiting the next year. According to Forbes, not only will once over-touristed destinations be less crowded, travelers will be looking for more isolated places. (info src)

U.S. travelers are more interested than ever in planning a trip to the Maldives, a serene chain of atolls in the Indian Ocean. The island nation is likely trending because it is currently open to travelers from any country (visitors must produce a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before departure). Flight operations to the Maldives have also restarted from the U.S., with top international carriers like Emirates, Singapore, Qatar ferrying U.S. fliers to the secluded oceanfront paradise. (info src)


Tokyo is anticipated to be one of the top travel destinations in 2021, and not just because it’s the site of the Summer Olympics. Japan’s biggest city is full of delightful contradictions at every turn—buildings so modern they look futuristic blended with ancient temples—not to mention the city is home to the most Michelin-starred restaurants in the world. Plus, Disneyland Tokyo just underwent a massive renovation, making it a must on your itinerary. (info src)

As awesome as central Tokyo is, it’s a bit busy, to say the least. But, the great outdoors is closer than you think. Located in Western Tokyo, the small town of Okutama is well-known among city folk as a rustic retreat perfect for day trips and weekend getaways.

Sweeping forests and mountains envelop the region. Whether viewed in autumn when the trees turn to vibrant hues or during the cool mornings when fog blankets the hills, the scenery is breathtaking. Hikers can discover the “three mountains of Okutama,” Mt. Otake, Mt. Mito and Mt. Gozenyama, or try a more challenging trek up Mt. Kumotori for a rewarding view of Mt. Fuji. (info src)


Parisian dreams are coming true this spring with a VERANDA Field Trip in March. This eight-day getaway offers exclusive experiences unlike any other, with tours of Pierre Frey’s archives, ventures to quarters of Versailles that are closed to the public, backstage access to the Palais Garnier opera house, and much more. Staying at the fabulous Hôtel du Louvre, which is within walking distance to some of the city’s best sights and sips in the 1st arrondissement.

New York City

The best area to stay in New York City for people visiting for the first time is Midtown in Manhattan borough. This is where all the important landmarks and attractions in NY are located and it’s literally the best area regardless of what type of traveler you are. (info src)

The best time to visit New York is April to June and November and December. April to June is spring, the weather is pleasant and tourists are fewer than usual. New York is in its best festive mode in November and December with Thanksgiving followed by Christmas and New Year. (info src)

South Africa

South Africa has been listed as one of the best places to go next year by Forbes. According to travel insurance aggregator Squaremouth, 65% of trips planned by travellers for 2021 are to international destinations. (info src)

Recent reports had suggested that the country might not open to international travellers until spring 2021, though industry groups in the country, led by The Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA), had been lobbying for the government to reopen the country to all tourists as early as September. (info src)

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