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!
It’s safe to say it’s always a great idea to plan a trip to Curacao, an idyllic Dutch Caribbean island that lies in the southern Caribbean Sea. Unlike many other islands in the region, Curacao is a desert island, gets very little rain, and is safely below the hurricane belt. Truly, it’s an island that can be visited anytime.
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.
It’s not all too common these days to hear about a King or a Queen, but in many parts of the world affinity for royalty remains strong. Way down in the idyllic south Caribbean sea lies a small island that’s about to celebrate a big holiday.
What’s better than vacationing on a tranquil Caribbean island? Experiencing the incredible energy of that same island during a festival or event! Curaçao, one of the Caribbean’s hidden gems, features a range of travel-worthy festivals and events each year.
When it comes to planning your honeymoon, there’s plenty of the same old tips floating around the internet. Today, though, we’d rather share some considerations you might want to take that less commonly discussed. Afterall, you only get one honeymoon (or a few, depending on how your life unfolds), and why not ensure the romance is turned up high and the stress or drama turned down low?
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.
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.
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.