When going on vacation, budgeting for your trip expenses is crucial. Traveling is all well and dandy until your finances run out. So before embarking on your vacay, make sure to gather as much info about the place as possible. This will help you plan out the rest of the trip more efficiently. And there’s no better place to go on vacation than the Caribbean with its palm trees, sandy beaches, coral reefs, and sipping tropical drinks. So let’s continue to answer your question of whether or not Curacao is expensive to visit.
While Curacao might be a Caribbean paradise, a majority of people interested in visiting Curacao always ask us the same question: Is Curacao safe? Well, traveling to Curacao can be considered to be quite safe. In fact, as of 2019, the U.S. State Department issued Curacao with a Level 1 travel advisory – the best safety rating the state Department gives.
When you think of things Curacao is best known for, most people are going to think of the mostly unrelated alcoholic syrup. But to travelers and people who love learning more about culture, that isn’t even a blip on the radar. Here are the top 5 reasons to visit this small but intriguing place.
In our last blog we talked about the hidden beaches, outstanding scuba diving, and superb architecture. We are going to finish up today with insight into the melting pot of local flavors of Curacao as well as the lively celebrations of life. Thank you for staying tuned in during this series.
Today we’re going to explore the beaches, diving excitement and authentic architecture of Curacao. Part three of our four part series was especially exciting because of our love for diving in the blue waters and relaxing on the sandy beaches of this beautiful island.
For too long, the island has been often overlooked by travelers who thought of it as a regional commercial center. Today, Curacao has reinvented itself as a premier travel destination, which now competes with the Caribbean’s best. In this series of blogs, we’ll start to explore many reasons why Curacao is the very best Caribbean island you can visit.