Cold weather creates the holiday ambiance, right? Wrong! Though cold weather and snow traditionally represent the holiday season, feeling the spirit of the season is an internal state. No snow or cold required. For many, cold weather and snow are not ideal for vacation. We get that completely, and since we are experts at embracing the holiday season without snow, let us explain how you may do so, too!
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.
What’s better than being a kid? Being a parent and getting to experience the pure joy of being alive through our children’s eyes! At least, that’s one of our favorite parts of being a parent. Remember how exciting family vacations were as a kid? You have the chance to make your kids’ vacation experience even better!
What could possibly make an idyllic Caribbean island surrounded by sparkling hues of blue and tradewinds year round, better? Why, it’s animal life, of course!
Spring break comes around once a year, but being prepared in advance isn’t always easy. Life moves quickly, and before we know it we have vacation time without a plan! When we’re young and unattached not having a plan is part of the excitement of being alive. Transitioning into the stage of life where a partner and kids are involved, though, is a whole other story!
It sparkles in the sun, changes hues throughout the day, and is comfortingly warm. What might these descriptors be for? Why the Caribbean Sea of course! The Caribbean dazzles all who are fortunate enough to live alongside it, visit it, or even just lay eyes upon it from afar. There are many tropical seas around the world beckoning vacationers, but the Caribbean Sea is by far one of the most magnificent.
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!
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.
Traveling in the BC years (before children) and traveling in the WC years (with children) are extraordinarily different traveling styles. Planning wasn’t necessarily a priority and “winging-it” might have been your go-to. Hah, not anymore!
Something wonderful has happened since those BC years – you grew your family! Having children is the most precious time in one’s life, but it can also be the most overwhelming time!
Congratulations! You’ve booked your stay at one of the most spectacular and luxurious resorts in the Caribbean. We can’t wait to meet you and help you go into full-on vacation mode! Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort offers an immense amount of things to do, and not do, but you probably already knew that!
To ensure you get the most out of your stay with us, we’ve designed an example itinerary of how to spend four days at our resort. Of course, you can do everything on the itinerary, a few things, or none at all – completely up to you! But if you love to plan, then this guide might help you determine which activities you want to when! You might also discover activities that you didn’t realize were offered at the resort. Without further ado, check out our 4-day vacation bliss at Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort:
These four example days are full days, not the days of travel and departure.