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Curaçao style

World Heritage or off road with a Jeep?

With a few larger municipalities hosting luxurious hotels and fantastic shopping and restaurants, Curacao is perfect for those who are looking for a combination of laid back beach life and more upscale dining and shopping. Curacao has it all for the discerning traveller and you will find yourself returning time and again.

Willemstad by night

Port San Nicolas

Shete Boka

Hato Caves

Mount Christoffel

Fuikdag 2017

Hato Airport

Horseback riding St. Joris Baai

Sta. Martha Bay

Aloe Farm

Eco-city projects offers the opportunity to tour a working aloe farm as well as seeing how their products are produced. Take home some of your own aloe and introduce a fantastic daily regimen to your life using a piece of this beautiful island.

Test Shete Boka


A bit of a quirky morning or afternoon out, Williwood offers some cool local Caribbean activity and the opportunity to have your photo taken with the Williwood sign – a sister to the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles! A bar is also on location and you will be sure to find your favourite local brew here! Perfect for those who are looking for something a bit different from lazing the day away on white beaches!

Grote Knip Cliff Jumping

Perched above the crystal clear waters of the Grote Knip beach, the rocky cliffs provide a adrenaline-pumping spot from which to leap off and into the waters below. This beach is equipped with several shady tables, so bring your favourite snacks and drinks!

Punda - World Heritage

Every step you take through the streets of this area in Willemstad is one delight after another. The Caribbean vibe is strong and you will find yourself in town squares that rival those found in Europe but under the warm, tropical sun. Come for a day, stay for two, you will be taken with this beautiful and colourful step through time. Also located in Punda you will find the finest Boutique Hotels, the best hotel beaches and best restaurants of the island.


This municipality is a bustling haven of quirky shops, restaurants, cafes and hotels. European styled streets twist and turn into back alleys offering up some surprising gems and it's easy to find yourself wandering for hours, wondering what the next turn in the road will bring. The colours of the buildings are a welcome sight, bright shades against the seemingly unending blue sky. An absolute must for anyone who loves shopping, great food and checking out local Caribbean towns.

Un Boca & Dos Boca

Located at the very north tip of the island, Un Boca & Dos Boca is a fantastic place where you can watch the huge surf come up on shore. While not necessarily good for swimming, this is a great spot for scenery and catching a bit of wind. Make sure you come with a powerful vehicle though – some of the mud can be a bit deep!

Fishermen at Westpunt

Many locals live from the sea. Fishing has a long tradition on Curacao and is done with handlines instead of rods. Fishing trips can be booked with local fishermen or tour operators.