Sparkling hues of blue and vibrant sunshine tend to come to mind when imagining a trip to the Caribbean. The ocean, sun, and sand are available in abundance, but on many islands, that’s about it.
Every year come spring, Mother’s Day ideas and gifts are suggested online, inside stores, and among friends. Many of the proposed activities or gift ideas are within the areas of beauty, flowers, and consumable items.
It’s time to plan a vacation, and you’ve got your eye on the Caribbean. But wait, which island? With hundreds of technical isles strewn throughout the Caribbean, trying to decide which one to visit is a true vacation conundrum. Not to worry, no need to sift through hundreds, fewer than 50 islands are actually inhabited and available to visit.
Exploring a destination by land may be the more common way to go about traveling, but for some, under-the-sea is the more satisfying way! If this describes you, then stay tuned as we highlight the scuba diving scene in one the Caribbean’s hidden gems.
Though it may be most well-known in Brazil, Carnival, the spectacular celebration of all things vibrant until Ash Wednesday, is celebrated throughout many Caribbean islands as well.
With more vacation destinations, resorts, and options in general, than ever before, how on Earth does one choose? In this era of abundant transportation options and endless travel photography and blogging, there are far fewer places one can’t go than can!
From the brilliant blue and turquoise hues of the Caribbean sea to its year-round blissful temperatures, there are countless reasons to fall in love with Curaçao. Today we want to highlight the most delicious reason – its unique cuisine offerings.
By the time November rolls around, most of us have been working for months on end without a vacation. November brings the promise of Thanksgiving and some time off, yes! Then there comes that inevitable inner discourse of whether to travel or not to travel.
They say what you do on New Year’s Eve sets the tone for the year ahead. On a small island hidden away in the southern Caribbean, it’s not what’s done on New Year’s Eve, but rather what’s done on Sunday, January 7th.
Some people travel the world in search of unique destinations, hidden gems, and off-the-beaten-track parties; all three describe the world’s most incredible New Year themed float party – Fuikdag.
Imagining a vacation brings to mind many of the same destinations over and over again, right? Beautiful Hawaii, California, Florida, maybe an escape to the mountains of Colorado, the ancient beauty of Europe, dreamy Tahiti, and more.