Curacao is a long, arid, and generally flat island, stretching some 40 miles (64 km) from southeast to northwest, at much the same north-south angles as it’s sister islands in the ABC group (Aruba to the west and Bonaire to the east). The island is about 10 miles (16 km) at it’s widest point, and the area is about 180 square miles (472 square km), making it the largest island in the Dutch Caribbean Islands group.


With its delightful Dutch colonial architecture, bustling commercial capital and excellent history museums, go-go Curaçao feels like a little piece of Europe on the edge of the Caribbean. That is, a little piece of Europe with glorious hidden beaches, amazing onshore snorkeling and diving, and a wild undeveloped windward coast.

Curaçao has a surging economy beyond tourism, which means that Willemstad has factories, humdrum neighborhoods and sometimes bad traffic. Catering to visitors is not the primary aim here. But if you’re looking for a Caribbean island that is busy setting its own pace, Curaçao is for you.


You can travel to Curacao by air with direct flights from North America, Europe, and South America or visit Curacao by sea on a cruise or with your own yacht. Before arriving on the island, be sure to fill out your Embarkation-Disembarkation (ED) Card and know what you can bring with you through customs


Capital: Willemstad

Population: 159,999

Language: Dutch, Papiamento, English

Currency: Netherlands Antillean Guilder

Religion: Roman Catholic

National Bird: Venezuelan Troupial

National Flower: Kibrahacha

National dish: Red Snapper, Keshi Yena

Motto: -“We have it all, it is just a matter of finding what you are looking for”

The National Flag:
the flag of Curacao is blue, with a yellow horizontal stripe slightly below the midline, and two white stars in the upper left corner. The blue symbolizes the sea and sky, and the yellow represents the sun. The two stars are for Curacao and Klein Curacao, but also stand for ‘Love and Happiness.’


Klein Curacao

Rif Fort

Kura Hulanda

Santa Barbara Beach

Curacao Maritime Museum

Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge


Playa Lagun

Cas Abao Beach

Playa PortoMari

Christoffel National Park


Mambo Beach

Kura Hulanda Museum

And Much More…


Curaçao Carnival

January – February 2018

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