Curacao is part of what is known as the ABC Islands (Aruba, Bonaire- Saint Eustatius and Saba, and Curacao) which are part of the Kingdom of Netherlands. It is also the largest and most populated of the three. Curacao is self-governing and autonomous, despite being territory of the Netherlands. It is known for its beaches and the liquor which was named after it. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean, mainly due to its perfect weather almost all year round.
Willemstad is the capital city of Curacao, as well as the Netherlands Antilles before it was dissolved in 2010. Willemstad is a historic city that is divided into two by the Sint Anna Bay. It has a majestic view and you’ll surely learn a lot about its history and culture on your visit. Book for car rental in Curacao and enjoy your day tour of Willemstad. The city boasts of colonial architecture and you’ll surely enjoy strolling along the Queen Emma Bridge. In fact, the whole city of Willemstad, along with its two parts, Punda and Otrobanda, has been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Curacao wouldn’t be a popular tourist destination for nothing. Its location in the Caribbean, as well as its unique topography blessed it with dozens of beaches that you can choose from. One such blessed place is Westpunt, which is the name of both the beach and a town located on the northeastern part of Curacao. Here you can choose from different beaches like Playa Forti, Playa Gipy, Grote Knip and Kleine Knip. Hire a car in Curacao and spend a day beach hopping and enjoying nature’s gifts to Curacao.
Klein Curacao, or “Little Curacao” in English, is an uninhabited island located off the coast of Curacao. Despite being uninhabited, it is a popular tourist destination, especially for those who want to go island hopping. Book for a car for hire in Curacao and look for the nearest travel and tours agent that can bring you to Klein Curacao. Despite being uninhabited, it is not entirely barren for there are small palm-frond cottages that would shield you from the sun’s rays while you enjoy your lunch on the island.
Your vacation in Curacao wouldn’t be complete without enjoying a glass of curacao right where it originated. You will definitely want more of this tropical experience in a country blessed with a lot of nature’s gifts.
19 November 2019
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20 November 2019
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