This Dutch Caribbean isle is less touristed and more historic than next-door Aruba, and is known for some of the Caribbean's best diving.
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Beautiful, fascinating & fun, Curaçao is the total package

The most interesting island of the Dutch West Indies offers friendly people, beautiful beaches, fantastic snorkeling, fascinating historic sites, culture, delicious dining, and fun nightlife, along with yett other atttractions. Capital Willemstad appeals with colorful Dutch colonial buildings (below), with country estates outside the town built in the same style - like a pastel version of Amsterdam). read post

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'Curaçao's Travel Adventures' is our Read of the Week

from member Lynn Sullivan: Curaçao is the largest and most economically developed of the three ABC islands. The beaches are lovely, and the vast countryside is covered in a mix of desert and tropical flora. Much of the island’s colorful architecture is authentically restored and protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Top sites include the core of Willemstad, the historic capital city, and restored mansions in the suburban communities of Scharloo, Pietermaai, and Curaçaoan. Each region of…

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PRESS RELEASE: Old World holiday traditions meet modern Christmas customs at Hyatt Regency Curaçao Golf Resort, Spa and Marina

Media Contact: Sonia Diaz / Elyse EisenCheryl Andrews Marketing Communications305.444.4033sonia@cam-pr.com/ elyse@cam-pr.com   SINTERKLASS BRINGS HOLIDAY CHEER TO HYATT REGENCY CURAÇAO  Old World holiday traditions meet modern Christmas customs at  Hyatt Regency Curaçao Golf Resort, Spa and Marina WILLEMSTAD, Curaçao (October 28, 2010) – From children decorating stockings for Santa Claus to fill with candy to adults caroling with cocktails, the Hyatt Regency Curaçao Golf Resort, Spa and Marina…

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  • You might not associate Curaçao with ecotourism, but a recent USA Today piece underscores why it's also a great eco destination: https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/10best/2022/10/25/why-gorgeou...
    Why gorgeous Curacao is a great destination for ecotourists
    Hiking, snorkeling and wildlife-spotting are a few of the adventures you'll find on Curaçao, a picturesque island in the southern reaches of the Cari…
  • The industry outlet Travel Weekly outlines what's new in Curaçao as it opens up after Covid-19 restrictions: https://www.travelweekly.com/Caribbean-Travel/Insights/Whats-new-in...
    Sandals, Zoetry resorts among growing traveler options in Curacao: Travel Weekly
    Curacao is celebrating its Covid rebound with eased entry requirements, a slew of new hotels under construction and new entertainment venues open and…
  • Curacao are not Netherlands Antilles anymore, like the information says.

  • Two New Countries are Born. Curacao is one of them.

    http://www.allinclusiveoutlet.com/news/travel-news/two-new-countrie...
  • Anyone want to help out a fellow Tripatini member with suggestions on what to see and do in Curaçao? Kindly reply to the following link, on Ask A Travel Expert:

    http://www.tripatini.com/forum/topics/fun-things-to-do-in-curacao-tv

    Thanks!
  • Curaçao welcomed its newest luxury resort on April 20. As the focal point of the 1,500-acre resort community, the 350-room Hyatt Regency Curaçao Golf Resort, Spa and Marina features Old Quarry by Pete Dye, the island’s only 18-hole championship resort golf course; Atabei Spa, an eco-friendly holistic retreat inspired by the island’s ancient traditions and rituals; and a full-service, six-slip marina. Introductory rates start at $199 per room, per night. Check out www.curacao.hyatt.com.

  • Curacao Excellence Island

    tel +5999)5115106
    email; breakfastbeachbed@gmail.com
  • Curaçao's spectacular Kurá Hulanda resorts and museum are the subject of this week's spotlight. As of next week, it can still be accessed in our Spotlights archive.
  • Love Curaçao! Here's a recipe for KESHI YENA, stuffed Edam cheese, which is practically the national dish. There's an interesting story behind it: apparently the Dutch slaveowners would eat the cheese and leave only the rind, and so the slaves invented something to stuff the empty rinds with to create a tasty dish for themselves. Whatever the story, it's yummy!
    http://www.recipeisland.com/blog/recipe-island/curacao-recipes/keshi-yena-stuffed-edam-cheese/
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