From LA to Mexico: Kylie continues her 18th celebrations on the beach

Could we be any more jealous of Kylie Jenner right now? The KUWTK star turned 18 last Monday, and has been in party mode non-stop for the whole week.

The celebrations first kicked off on Saturday with a family lunch, and escalated on Sunday night with a glamourous bash at Boosty Bellows club in West Hollywood, at which Kylie was presented with a €300k white Ferrari 482 Italia by her rapper boyfriend Tyga.

On Monday Kylie parked up her new motor and hopped on a private jet with a group of friends – including her sister Kendall, Tyga, model Hailey Baldwin and singer Pia Mia –  to Punta Mita, a tiny Mexican beach town.

She was snapped taking a dip in the waters of the Pacific, looking fierce in a vibrant purple bandeau bikini, accessorised with a gold choker, RayBan aviators and her hair in cornrows. 

Kylie and co. are staying at the 5-star Casa Aramara resort for their short trip, a private seaside retreat that can be hired out in its entirety by guests looking for a holiday away from the prying eyes of fans and photographers. The retreat offers a 24-hour butler service, with an "Anything" button installed in every room which guests can use to ask for, well, anything.

The estate offers personal training facilities, DJs for private pool parties, spa treatments on site, the use of Mercedes Benz Cars for guests and full use of the nearby Four Seasons and St Regis resorts.

The resort no doubt came recommended by Kylie's family – her sister Kourtney has stayed there in the past along with hr brother-in-law Scott.

Yesterday the group were snapped relaxing on a luxury yacht, joined by Casa Aramara owner Joe Francis.

The next stop for the birthday girl is Montreal, Canada, where she'll head to the famous Beach Club megaclub for an all-night party on Sunday.

 

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