From dormant volcano and Dutch colony to an island for exquisite shopping and relaxation, see how Curacao strikes a balance between white sand beaches, world heritage sites and shopping extravaganza.
The deep water and natural barriers surrounding the island’s ports made them popular with Caribbean traders who were always fearful of pirates and privateers. Recognizing its status as the leading regional port, the Curaçao capital city of Willemstad hosted merchant ships … More
Curacao features over 35 beaches, so there’s one to fit every taste, including Avila’s Beach, Blue Bay Beach, Boka St. Michiel, Caracasbaai, Jan Thiel Beach, Cas Abo Beach, Daaibooi and … More
Since its opening in February 2004, Jean Girigory Gallery has presented the artist’s exclusive works. There are paintings of different sizes, sculptures of bronze and ceramic and masks … More
Explore Curaçao’s bio-diversity and natural beauty, including Christoffer Park, Curaloe Allow Vera Plantation, Den Paradera, Hato Caves, Shete Boka National Park and … More
To avoid crowds and high prices, May to November is the off-season. The rainy season is from November to December … More