Curaçao Travel Guide

When you land in Curaçao, less than three hours from Miami, you might be surprised to encounter rows of Dutch-style homes alongside the turquoise water. You’ll overhear conversations in Dutch, Spanish, English, and Papiamentu, the local dialect that’s a mix of all three. Almost everyone will smile, wave, and say “bon dia.” There’s a wealth of nature, beaches, history, and culture to explore, and we share the best here in our Curaçao Travel Guide.

The island is a delightful mix of cultures from the Americas and Europe, and heavily influenced by the Dutch, who colonized the island in 1634. Today Curaçao is part of the Netherlands Antilles, and residents freely travel back and forth between Amsterdam to Curaçao. It’s a modern global paradise.

Here's our guide to making the most of Curaçao between your Friday night arrival and your Sunday departure.

With more than 30 gorgeous beaches, each one offering something different, you're not going to get bored. But if you do, there's plenty of art and history to explore.

From artists to herbalists, farmers to photographers, the warm and friendly people of Curaçao are the country's greatest attraction.

Curaçao is a multicultural and textured country unlike any other, with a painful past, which locals pay homage to. As a part of the Netherlands Antilles many residents often freely travel from Holland to Curaçao, creating a truly global paradise.

This tropical island is full of fresh ingredients, the freshest fish you've ever had, and way better takes on Curaçao liqueur than we have in the U.S.