Curacao's Natural Wonders: Diving, Hiking, and More

Lagoon Curacao

Curaçao is located in the southern area of the Caribbean Sea. The island of Curacao attracts vacationers from all over the globe. For example, people from the United States, Canada, Europe and Latin America come to Curaçao for vacation, business and work. Each year, Curaçao is visited by approximately 2 million vacationers who stay on the island for an average of 5 days or more. Curaçao is not just an exotic tourist destination but has gorgeous scenery, historic sites and a lot of activities for all ages.

The island of Curaçao offers everything that a traveler can dream of. With its white sandy beaches, like the famous Mambo beach which has crystal clear waters, and tropical climate all year round, if you visit Mambo you can’t miss the Wet & Wild Beach Club for the greatest drinks on the island and great staff! The island is well-known for its beaches, casinos, and diverse culture. The diverse culture comes from the fact that it was colonized by both the Spanish and the Dutch, creating a unique blend of heritage that has been preserved through time.

Curacao Colors

There are many things to do on this island if you're looking for an adventure, including snorkeling, scuba diving, hiking, horseback riding, and zip-lining. Overall, Curaçao is a great place to visit for anyone who is looking for a great vacation with excellent food and fun activities. Whether you're looking for a honeymoon, family vacation, or just a place to relax and take a break, Curaçao has it all. It has great shopping, restaurants and golfing. There are many things to do while visiting the island.

Curacao is a Caribbean island small enough and with enough variety that you can see the whole of it in a week. You can either do so by having your own rental car or taking the bus. The bus system is efficient, clean and reliable. There are several bus stops throughout town and you can buy a one-day or a three-day pass good for unlimited use on all of the buses. Taxis are few in number but easy to hail as they drive through town continuously and flag them down at any stop just like you would hail a cab in New York City.

Willemstad - Curacao

As to shopping, Curacao has a very large flea market (no kidding) called Punda that specializes in all kinds of new and used items, especially electronics, jewelry and clothes. But there are also vendors selling fresh fish, fruits and vegetables, pottery, handmade crafts and furniture. There's also a large section for shoes, clothes and souvenirs with prices that tend to be inexpensive compared to what you'd pay at home.

As part of this dedication we want to provide you with all the information you need to decide if Curaçao is a good place for you to visit. We also want to help you find the best deals when it comes to booking a trip or vacation reservation for this great island.

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