Discover 5 Unique Easter Traditions in the Caribbean

Easter in St Lucia

Go eat some Easter bun! Go to church! Fly a kite!Easter is a perfect time to vacation in the Caribbean.  The March break crowds have gone, the beautiful dry season has begun, and the weather is simply gorgeous. The Easter weekend is celebrated with great fanfare, good food and good fun. Visitors can expect to marvel in the unconventional traditions of the islands. Many of the Easter customs stem from the region’s deep seated Christian beliefs and make for an interesting discovery.

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A Saint Lucian Foodie Guide

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Are you a Foodie Traveler?

For most travelers, food is the most important aspect when visiting a foreign country; especially the Caribbean. Known for its variety of different  flavors, every Caribbean island is unique in it’s very own way. Let’s talk Saint Lucia!

Saint Lucians and their culture on a whole, has had a big influence on the rich local cuisine that the island has to offer. From days gone-by, some of the local dishes are still enjoyed in the more rural communities; particularly the eastern and western parts of the island. Such dishes like Bouillon, Bakes (Fried Bread) and even Accra (Cod Fish fritters) continue to be part of the lifestyle of almost every Saint Lucian. Indulging in the Saint Lucian Culinary Experience an absolute must when travelling to the Island.

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A Cocoa Extravaganza on Saint Lucia

How often do you see chocoholics, party animals, spa lovers, foodies, and history buffs all agree on what to do on vacation? You will see it all in St. Lucia when the island’s fun-filled celebration of Chocolate Heritage Month takes place. The month of August in St. Lucia is the ultimate haven for…

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Cooking in St. Lucia with a New Culinary Experience

Barefoot Holidays launches “Flavors of St. Lucia” culinary tour. When I’m on a Caribbean cruise, I’m always looking for something new and fun to do on the islands.  If a port tour has anything to do with food or local drinks, you can usually count me in. The problem…

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