Curacao Travel Tips
Curacao's beaches may be nubbled with coral or strewn with imported grains, and the local liqueur may be a first-rate rotgut, but it more than makes up for these niggles with high comfort levels, guaranteed balminess and a friendliness that constantly threatens to bubble over into a party.
With the average high in any day of the year not drifting too far from 86°F (30°C) there is plenty of sun for everyone, with spicy trade winds particularly seductive to northerners between January and March. October to December are the only particularly rainy months but showers are at most moderate in duration.
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In Curacao, almost nothing can ever go wrong and there is plenty that can go right. A short trip can be best enjoyed when well planned for. Here’s a suggested itinerary to help you make the most of ...
Written by Papua New Guinea Pig, Papua New Guinea, January 2011
This island has some of the most beautiful beaches I've ever been on! It's the perfect place to start and finish a book - and a margarita!
Written by Hudson, USA, December 2012
Often referred to as the “best-kept secret of the Caribbean,” Curacao
is known for being a rich cultural world of pastel-colored buildings
and ocean-side boardwalks. But don’t let the nightclubs ...
Written by ghislaine.francisco, Aruba, March 2012
This place is like a cave under water!!Very beautiful, and you can get there only by boat.
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, November 2011
Just north of Willemstad on Curacao , you’ll find a cave system with 1500-year-old Arawak petroglyphs that was also used as a hiding place for runaway slaves. Editor’s Note: This recommendation ...
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