Curacao is an island that takes pride in their rich multicultural heritage.
For those celebrating their love, they’ll find pristine beaches and secluded romantic coves. For those that enjoy the world below, Curacao is home to some of the best diving and snorkeling around with rare corals and marine life in water as clear as the air. There are marvelous hotels, exciting nightlife, casinos, international cuisine and fantastic duty-free shopping to suite every style of traveler. Even the history buffs can enjoy a tour through the historic countryside mansions, called “landhuizen”.
Many ships port in Curacao creating a perfect lazy day pastime while enjoy watching them all sail in and out of port. Curacao lies outside the hurricane belt and has virtually no rainy days, with an annual average temperature of 82°F. The island provides a variety of different resorts for your stay. You have the choice between European, Boutique or All-Inclusive properties. The Hilton Caribe is featured in the photo. There truly is a bit of something for everyone’s taste.
While I was in Curacao, I stayed in a family friendly all-inclusive resort, while there I par took in some snorkeling which I highly recommend you try. The waters were so clear and blue. I enjoyed going into town to do some site seeing and shopping. I must say this is a must! The locals were so friendly, and there were such a variety of places to shop from outlets, to collector’s shops to specialty boutiques to explore. My favorite part of my time in Curacao, all the fabulous colors around you. No matter where you look, with every turn, the buildings, the landscape, the waters from sunrise and sunset are brilliant. I would encourage you to add Curacao to your bucket list. For me, I can’t think of a better place to escape
Fun Fact: Curaçao is a true multicultural mixture of 55 different nationalities. The majority of it’s residents speak at least four different languages – English, Spanish, Dutch and their own Papiamento.