Flecks of home are never too far away in Curacao, with a distinctly European influence permeating through much of the island’s architecture. The Arawak people of South America first settled on this slice of heaven, which the Spanish, Dutch and British have all grappled over ever since - and who could blame them? Their influence is peppered across the island, so if you can possibly tear yourself away from the beach, there’s an abundance of ways to dip into this rich history.

Where is Curaçao?

Curaçao is located in the Southern Caribbean, just off the coast of Venezuela. It is part of the 'ABC islands' together with Aruba and Bonaire, and being just 12 degrees north of the Equator, the island enjoys a warm, sunny climate year-round. It is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and forms part of the southwestern arc of the Lesser Antilles

The Gateway to the Caribbean

Unforgettable experiences are never far away

Curaçao is a unique and vibrant destination nestled in the southern Caribbean Sea, known for its sun-drenched beaches, rich cultural heritage, and dazzling natural beauty. The island's capital, Willemstad, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, distinguished by its stunning Dutch colonial architecture painted in a kaleidoscope of bright colours.

What is there to do in Curaçao?

Take a Boat to Klein (Little) Curaçao
Discover Colourful Willemstad
Take Your Pick from 35 Beaches

Take a Boat to Klein (Little) Curaçao

Approximately two hours away from Curaçao's south-east coast, you'll find a small, uninhabited island named Klein Curaçao, renowned for its sprawling white sandy beach - arguably the longest and most pristine in Curaçao. Reaching this little slice of paradise involves arranging a tour through a dive operator or resort, or alternatively chartering a boat. Tours typically feature activities such as snorkeling, alongside refreshments and a leisurely picnic or barbecue lunch.

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