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Beaches, Diving + Idyllic weather
Color Yourself in Curaçao
Soak in the vibrant colors of this southern Caribbean gem. Making up the ‘C’ within the ABC islands, Curaçao is an autonomous country within the Royal Dutch Kingdom along with its sister islands Aruba and Bonaire. Its perfect location outside of the hurricane belt offers idyllic weather year-round for warm, sunny stays with a colorful, European feel. It offers everything from flawless beaches and charming Dutch colonial architecture to some of the best diving sites in the world. With its many hues, there is something for everyone at our all-inclusive resorts in Curaçao.
Dive into the Blues
Along with its crystal-clear blue water beaches, Curaçao is home to one of the most exceptional diving destinations globally. Located off the Venezuelan coast in the southern Caribbean Sea, this 38-mile island boasts over 60 pristine, world-renowned diving sites hosting sunken ships, biodiverse reefs and abundant sea life including sea turtles. The sites are protected from strong currents and offer warm water year-round making them perfect for beginners and experienced divers alike. Sail, snorkel, scuba dive through the various blues of Curacao.
View the City Pastels
Explore the bright buildings of Curaçao’s capital city Willemstad, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, and discover the colorful and distinctive Dutch architecture, museums, monuments and world-class shopping. Stroll on the floating Queen Emma Bridge connecting the eastern Punda and western Otrobanda neighborhoods across Sint Anna Bay. Visit the floating markets, shop for local handcrafts, scope out the unique street art or stop by the famous liquor distillery where you can taste the original Blue Curaçao
Nights Under the Neon Lights
From oceanfront restaurants, bars and cafes to live music, casinos and nightclubs, the Curaçao nightlife has something every visitor will love! Feel the energy as you walk down Mambo Beach Boulevard, one of the nightlife hubs of Willemstad. Curaçao’s west coast offers a vast array of flavorful dining options, offering a mix of sophisticated international and tasty local cuisine with Dutch, Caribbean and Latin influences. Whether you’re in the mood for an exciting night on the town or a low-key delicious meal with a view, Curaçao will be sure to light up your night.
Explore the Natural Earth Tones
Nature lovers, look no further than Curaçao for some stunning natural beauty to explore. Drive, hike or bike through the island’s largest and most biodiverse park, Christoffel National Park, where you’ll find the tallest mountain in the surrounding islands, scenic hiking trails, Savonet Museum and a variety of flora and fauna. Other notable sites worth a stop include the Hato Caves, which are over 300,000 years old, and Shete Boka National Park, home to 10 inlets (bokas) and the nesting grounds of three different types of sea turtles. Hike to the top of one of the two trails and take in the panoramic views across the ocean and limestone rocks.