Necker Island has reopened to tourists with an exclusive private jet deal.
Owner Sir Richard Branson poured millions into the refurbishment of Necker Island following the devastation of Hurricane Irma in 2017.
The Caribbean holiday destination is described as the “ultimate exclusive barefoot luxury experience in a setting that is just about as exclusive as it gets.”
Inside Branson’s private island
Necker Island has a brand new Bali Hi complex overlooking the ocean and the beach. The three-tiered house on the has a private plunge pool and an open-air bathroom.
Guests can also book the Great House which has 11 stunning bedrooms rooms, a private outdoor hot tub and sun deck. Unwind in hammocks or sofas on the wrap-around terrace or head to the roof to slip into a four-person hot tub.
If you want even more privacy, book Leha Lo, a private standalone room with stunning 180-degree ocean views, a daybed and an outdoor shower.
Incredible service and facilities.
Necker Island’s stunning curved infinity beach pool has a swim-up bar and a thatched Pavillion. Guests can order a platter of sushi and chefs will deliver it to them on ice in the pool via a kayak.
The island has a stunning array of wildlife including lemurs, flamingos, iguanas and giant tortoises.
Naturally, guests can expect a fully stocked bar and top quality cocktails at sunset.
Private jet package
To celebrate the reopening of Necker Island, Virgin has teamed up with evoJets to offer an exclusive use Private Family Hideaway package.
It includes round trip private jet flights to Beef Island on a 6 passenger jet, accommodation in the Bali Lo complex, all meals, watersports, WiFi and transfers. Necker Island will also throw in a private Disco DJ for one night of your stay.
The price, from New York, is around $US137,000 or $AUD180,000.