Everyone who lives somewhere with winter weather is probably dreaming about a tropical spring break locale, right about now. We can’t blame you, cold toes and frozen windshields are enough to make anyone dream of a getaway.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
When it comes to vacationing in the Caribbean, many people are unaware of just how many islands there really are, to choose from. In truth, there are over 700 islands that make up the land masses within the Caribbean, although not every island is sizeable enough to visit.
When it comes to showing appreciation for a parent, dad’s can be tricky. Every parent dynamic is different, but we find it’s easier to spoil mom than it is to spoil dad. If you’ve ever found yourself in this predicament leading up to Father’s Day, then you can probably relate.
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.