Curaçao travel information 

Curacao Travel Information,  together with Aruba and Bonaire, also called the ABC islands and part of the Netherlands Antilles, Curacao is located in the Southern Caribbean. Curaçao is a good example of a multicultural society. Many cultures live together like the African’s, Latin Americans, Northern Americans, Indians, and Europeans. This also reflects the kitchen, with cuisines from around the world. 


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Happy Hour!!!

The best way to get that Caribbean party feeling is to visit the Happy Hours on our beautiful beaches. I bet you can find one every day of the week 😉

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Eat lunch at Plaza Bieu

If you want to try typical local or South American food, The Old Market is where you need to be! The recently (2019) renewed market gives you the most tasteful dishes.

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FAQ About Curacao

In Curacao the best way of transporting yourself is by car. You can easily rent a car at one of the many car rentals. There is the possibility to rent a bike or a scooter, be aware of the surroundings when you rent a 2 wheeler. The public transportation is not optimized but could bring you all around the island, jut take time into consideration when choosing for this option, long waits are common. 

Since Curacao is located below the hurricane belt we have a 365 day travel window. The temperatures are very stable and there is a comfortable breeze. During the dutch national holidays Curacao's sees it peak months. The busiest season on Curacao is; end of December till end of January. 

In Curacao the general used currency is the Guilder (ANG) but widely accepted is also the US dollar, the exchange rate is fixed.

The native language on Curacao is Papiamentu, this is a mix of Portuguese, Dutch, Spanish and English. Since Curacao is a island with a lot of visitors most people speak multiple languages, some up to 5 different ones.  Most people speak; Papiamentu, Dutch, English and Spanish.

Curacao is located in the Southern Caribbean and locates between Aruba and Bonaire, together we for the ABC Islands.