Peter Island, which I featured a number of times on the Private Islands Blog is the largest private island in the British Virgin Islands (BVI). Home to one of the poshest hotels in the Caribbean the resort offers a 2:1 guest/staff ratio, an Ayurvedic seaside spa, five pearl-white beaches and unspoiled landscapes—and it’s steeped in pirate lore.
Now the resort is taking it a step further rebranding itself as an intimate culinary adventure for well heeled foodies. Accomodating up to 10 couples or 20 individuals at a time, guests will get up close and personal with Peter Island’s talented on-site chef Lisa Sellers. Guests will also also learning tricks of the trade from a visiting guest chef—culinary artists like TV sustainability guru Christopher Ivens-Brown and corporate executive chef of Norwegian Cruise Lines Jason Drysdale.
The program includes private cooking classes in a breathtaking villa called Falcon’s Nest, as well as a private boat tour to Paraquita Bay, a working agricultural farm where they will select local ingredients for an evening feast. “We have people coming from all over the world to attend these events and we want to create an unforgettable experience for them,” says Sellers. Prices for the event start at $575 per person or $1,150 per couple based on a fivenight stay (not including accommodations).
Source: Luxe Life