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5 Typical Curaçao Plants You Will See During Your Vacation

You might think that with such a dry and arid climate, Curaçao won’t have much to offer when it comes to its flora. However, it’s because of the climate that we have such peculiar Curaçao plants that not only makes the landscape prettier but also has a cultural significance. For ages, locals have used their environment to aid and support...

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How to Celebrate the Holiday Season in Curaçao

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year”, says the iconic song by Andy Williams and we can’t agree more. During the holiday season in Curaçao the temperature becomes slightly cooler, twinkle lights brighten the streets, and every corner looks like a festive party. On Curaçao, we truly embrace the holiday cheer, of course in our own Caribbean way. The...

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Curaçao Holiday Traditions

Curaçao’s holidays are filled with traditions that many families enjoy. Traditions bring back memories and a nice heartwarming feeling every year again. Learn about the 5 Curaçao holiday traditions that you can experience during your holiday to make you feel like a local.   Nochebuena Have you ever wondered where the name Nochebuena comes from? Nochebuena is Spanish for “Good...

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How to Have the Best Culinary Holiday on Curaçao

When you think about a Caribbean island vacation, you’re probably thinking about beach shacks with French fries and freezer hamburgers. Mainstream juice-based cocktails with little umbrellas in sling glasses. Think again! Curaçao can offer you the cocktails and the hamburger but on a much higher gastronomic level. Let us guide you on how to have the best culinary holiday on...

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Sailing in Curaçao’s Sunset on Catamaran BlueC

Thursday evening, on November 15th I had the splendid opportunity to once again sail around the coast of Curaçao. Onboard the Catamaran BlueC we sailed up and down the coast, watched the sunset, and the stars come out. Sailing around Curaçao while the sunsets is a fantastic way to spend an evening. The Catamaran BlueC departed from the luxurious Blue...

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10 Must Do Water Activities on Curaçao

While we pride ourselves on being an island that offers an immersive cultural experience, we know that the blue sea is too enticing to resist. Let’s bring your beach experience up a notch though. With these 10 must do water activities on Curaçao, the word beach vibes will have a completely different meaning. From land to sea, from watching the...

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5 Best Art Galleries on Curaçao for the Art Lovers

The art lovers visiting Curaçao won’t be disappointed when looking for local art. We have numerous art galleries, all with their own style. The art galleries on Curaçao feature art pieces that all have the colorful Caribbean flair. Making it unique pieces and a great representation of the island itself. What you’ll notice during a visit to one of these galleries...

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10 Best Park & Nature Attractions on Curaçao

Curaçao has plenty to experience and its nature is certainly one you want to take all in. Its sub-tropical vegetation and the animals that cohabit with us are all more fascinating than you would imagine both above and underwater. Experience it all by visiting one of the many nature attractions on Curaçao.   1. Shete Boka National Park Shete Boka...

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Seeing the Colors of Skalo, in the Heart of Willemstad

I had the profound opportunity to experience the authentic artistic center of Curaçao. Skalo, Willemstad, is an up-and-coming neighborhood hidden behind the iconic city center of Punda. Skalo is located under the Queen Julianabrug, right to the St Anna Bay, and behind the Movies Punda. This is a neighborhood that in the past has had a poor reputation and through...

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Curaçao Information Guide: Everything You Need to Know Before Arriving

Curaçao tends to be a little different than what people are used to expecting from an island. Being that we are part of the Dutch Kingdom, but culturally infused by Latin America, things tend to work differently here. There’s also the fact that as an island just in the lower part of the Caribbean Sea, the weather is different than...

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