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Monday, 8th Septempber

Spend your vacation on an island of paradise

Curacao is an island of paradise. Where the beautiful weather reveal an emerald-blue sea, arcs of golden sand stretch out beneath breathtaking sunsets and rich historical heritage meets Caribbean vitality. This island which is tucked in the Southern Caribbean Sea is known to be an island of purity and beautiful sunshine.

Things not to miss in curacao

If you’re lost thinking about the seductive things you can do in this island of paradise, you will spend the entire day thinking. This island of paradise has lots to do including Catamaran cruising, visiting Curacao Dolphin Academy and spending the day on Kenya Beach.

Shopping in Curacao

Curacao is a Dutch island. Shoppers will find plenty of Delftware and a variety of other items from the Netherlands. This island’s most famous souvenir is Curacao liqueur made from the laraha fruit. The Amstel brewery here claims to brew the only beer in the world using distilled seawater. In this top destination, you will find whatever you are seeking at some of the most popular shops like Renaissance Mall & Rif Fort and the Curacao Beach Boulevard.

Tip: When making duty-free purchases be sure to have your passport or airline ticket with you.

 

Curacao is the island of Sunshine

Like every other Caribbean Country, Tropical sunshine defines their beauty but in Curacao, the sun creates far more than just beauty. The island barely experiences any rain. All year round, you will wake up to beautiful sunshine and the feeling of a warm, natural, safe atmosphere.  Perfect Island for quiet days on the beautiful beaches.

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