What crazy, out-of-this-world items are on your bucket list? Sometimes, it’s difficult to come up with ideas more creative than “vacation to Iceland,” or “travel the world.” For those looking for a little something extra special, VeriJet has an idea.
The curated, private jet service offers a variety of unique trips to its customers. From the “Caribbean Weekend” package to “Swimming with Pigs,” VeriJet’s adventures give customers a chance for intimate experiences with family and friends, but what if your trip wasn’t about a destination at all.
VeriJet launched in November of 2020, offering private, carbon-fiber jet services to clients across the U.S. Having expanded its services to more than 5,400 airports in the United States, VeriJet now advertises a revolutionary idea for people craving more.
“Jet Safaris,” as the company calls them, make the flight itself an adventure. Recently, VeriJet sold packages to watch the Perseids meteor shower from the sky, and there’s another to watch the migration of polar bears from 31,000 feet.
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"The best use of VeriJet Vision Jets is to access airports where other jets fear to tread,” Chairman and CEO Richard Kane is quoted in Thrillist, “not only providing direct service in daily use but enabling extraordinary experiences and adventures in remote parts of the planet off the beaten path.”
For $3,000 an hour, VeriJet offers at least three Jet Safari routes. One explores the Hudson Bay and Great Lakes. Another travels from south Florida to the Dominican Republic, Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas. A third flies from Seattle through Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, California and Nevada.
VeriJet uses a fleet of Cirrus SF50 vision jets. It’s mission statement includes an aim to be “the safest, most efficient airline on and for the planet,” looking to “radically reduce the carbon and noise pollution of private travel” and “to return dignity and joy to travel for both passengers and crew.”
These Jet Safari experiences certainly seem an elevated form of travel in more ways than one.
Learn more about VeriJet and it’s adventure packages via VeriJet.com.
Photography by: Courtesy VeriJet