Although not yet known, “hidden gem” Curacao still captivates visitors with green beaches, lively parties and rich cuisine.
Modern infrastructure: Curacao owns the highest bridge in the Caribbean. Ship repair is the largest industry on the island. The massive buildings in this island nation will make you feel like you’re lost in the Disneyland world.
Busy party: Curacao’s life becomes more vibrant at night with music festivals, bars with DJs and live music. Spending a night to soak up the lively atmosphere here will help you relieve stress and fatigue.
Culinary paradise on trucks: To Curacao, you will easily find truk di pan (bread truck). Colorful trucks full of food were on the island for more than 30 years. Peanuts, chips and peanut sauce made the brand of specialized cars appear at night. The price for a meal only ranges from 7 USD.
Suitable for all subjects: Curacao Island has many fun and entertainment activities suitable for all ages. Whether you go with a group of friends, family, the elderly or young children, this place offers a full range of interesting services to experience. Those who love exploring can participate in scuba diving. Various accommodation services are available for you to choose from, from a 5-star resort to a budget motel. With more than 40 beaches on the island, you will also easily find your own paradise.
Snorkeling Paradise: Many wrecks on the ocean floor have made Curacao diving more interesting and mysterious. Although not a professional diver, you can also find a tour that suits your level. The diving area explores shipwrecks only 5 meters from sea level, so it is perfectly suited for both amateur divers.
There are almost no storms: Go to this beautiful island nation, you don’t need to worry about weather. The last big storm happened 60 years ago and the rains are also rare.
Land of color: In the 1800s, the governor of Curacao suffered a migraine because the sun shone down on the white painted houses on the island. Therefore, he guided locals to paint their houses in different colors. This tradition has been preserved to this day to contribute to expressing the island’s rich and vibrant culture.