It’s becoming more common for couples to choose to exchange nuptials someplace exotic and far away. Considering destination weddings are usually more intimate affairs and located somewhere spectacularly beautiful, it’s not challenging to see the appeal!
Yes, the holiday season in the U.S. and Canada is a wonderfully exciting and magical time. For some folks, though, being at home for the holidays year after year becomes routine, and like any routine, it can get old. If you’re looking to switch things up this holiday season, allow us to suggest an alternative destination filled with alternative festivities to enjoy.
Few things bring more joy and nourishment than food, and no matter where in the world you go, cuisine is always a main focus in every culture. The cuisine culture here on the island is a fascinating one, with a variety of influences mixed in, mainly including Dutch and Creole.
Vacation is a word that can encompass many things. For some, a vacation is a chance to dive deep into the culture of another country, and for others, it means sipping on piña coladas by the pool all day long. One thing is for certain though; a vacation is a chance to press pause on stress to press play on relaxation.
Regardless of where a married couple-to-be decides to exchange nuptials, there are different planning aspects to consider. Couples who choose to get married in their home city will have to decide how to narrow down the guest list, for example. Couples opting for a destination wedding, on the other hand, may need to focus on how to get their guests to the wedding.
People travel from all around the world to stay here at Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort, on the Caribbean island of Curacao, to soak in the blissful sunshine, sea, and sand. Many vacationers who want nothing more than to relax by the pool, lay out on the beach, and indulge in all the spa treatments.
When it comes to planning out the holiday season, there are just some years where heading someplace tropical is extremely appealing. Trading in Christmas trees for palm trees and snow for sand can be super satisfying, and we want to help you make your holiday getaway dreams into reality. It’s one thing to consider heading to a tropical locale to celebrate, it’s a whole other thing to settle on the where.
It’s hard to imagine that a place as idyllic as Curacao has more to offer than it’s iconic sparkling coastline and exceptional beaches, but it absolutely does. The entire Caribbean, for that matter, is much more than long luxurious stretches of sand. Not that we don’t love the sun, sand, and sea, but we want to shed some light on what else Curacao has to offer.
The best of two worlds collide, in Curacao, this fall: idyllic island life and stimulating festivals and events. Over the course of September, October, and November, you can dance, scuba dive, run, and eat. Choose what you enjoy, book your trip, and count down the days!
People travel to Curacao, from all over the world, to stay at the renowned Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort. The popularity of Santa Barbara is, in large part, due to the incredible team of professionals that assist guests in everything from scuba diving to relaxing at the spa. Families and couples who return year after year get to know the faces that make up the resort, and today we are excited to introduce you to one of our newest faces! Meet Jon Kooy, the PBI Tennis Director at Santa Barbara.