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.
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.
For some, a vacation is a chance to lay on a beach all-day, every day. For others, vacation is hiking through the jungle or dining on delicious cuisine. And then there are the travelers who visit a destination to experience an event. There’s something extremely exciting about going to a festival or celebration somewhere exotic and far from home.
Neatly tucked in the southern portion of the Caribbean and the least well known of the “ABC” islands, Curacao is the epitome of a hidden gem. Curacao is an island of beauty, a layered history, a blend of cultures, and plenty of unique and quirky facts. To better get to know this slice of paradise, here are a few things we’re certain you’ll enjoy knowing.
Every bite of ceviche is an explosion of flavor upon the palate. That is, every bite of Chef Victor Cleonares’ ceviche is! To summarize If you’re less familiar with the dish, ceviche is a recipe originating in Latin America and the Caribbean. It combines raw fish and seafood marinated in some form of citrus juice and garnished with ingredients such as onions, cilantro, avocado, and more.