A Nepenthes would be a great idea. You'll need to keep the humidity high if you want them to pitcher, though, at least in my experience. You could also try some of the Mexican butterworts and bladderworts like U. sandersonii. Good luck!
I have seen people who put a dish of moist sphagnum moss with a plant on top sitting on a heat mat for lowland Nepenthes. That will probably provide the humidity and warmth needed for those types of plants. Wish you luck!