Planning a honeymoon can sometimes be as stressful as planning the actual wedding, but it doesn’t have to be. If you want to honeymoon at one of the most picturesque island resorts in the Caribbean then Cap Juluca Resort in Anguilla should be your first choice. Cap Juluca has a lot to offer honeymooners.
The beach at the Cap Juluca Resort in Anguilla is simply the most pristine white sand beach around. While relaxing on the beach you can enjoy the turquoise blue waters.
Upon arriving at the Cap Juluca Resort in Anguilla, you take notice of the all white exterior of the eye-pleasing architecture.
Types of Accommodations
Cap Juluca has a lot of rooms to choose from. You can book one of the following types: ocean front rooms, ocean front suites, ocean front villa, or a private pool villa. All rooms are ocean front and come with top of the line amenities. All rooms come with the following standard amenities: 40 inch television, CD player, wireless internet, ceiling fan, air conditioner, private ocean view terraces, telephone, refrigerator, marble bathroom, marble bath, mini bar, Bose Wave music system, and two bath robes. Room rates range from $600 to $1600 a night.
The Cap Juluca Resort in Anguilla, British West Indies offers its guests 5 restaurants to choose from. Spice serves Asian cuisine. The Spice restaurant overlooks the beautiful ocean views. Pimms gives visitors a choice of European and Caribbean flavors. Blue, Mauday’s Club, and Flights are three other restaurants you may dine at. And for those romantics Cap Juluca also offers its guests private beach dinners, or in room dinning.
Cap Juluca Activities
Cap Juluca has one of the only golf courses on the island of Anguilla. This resort also offers its visitors tennis, water sports, fitness, boat trips and excursions.
History of Anguilla
The island of Anguilla was originally inhabited by the aboriginal, indigenous Arawaks. Arawaks came from South America and they began to other neighboring islands. Evidence has been found that the Arawaks have been on the island of Anguilla since about 1500 CE.
While visiting Anguilla you can visit the Fountain Caverns which have pertroglyphs as wells as archeological artifacts proving that the Arawaks have been on Anguilla since 1500 CE.
Cap Juluca gets its name from the rainbow spirit named Juluca. The rainbow spirit has feathers and is known to bring fishermen good luck once he laid eyes upon him.
So if you are planning a honeymoon you should go to Cap Juluca on Anguilla in the British West Indies.