Travel – Curacao



Curacao is a Dutch Caribbean island with its beaches tucked into coves and the alluring beauty of expansive coral reefs. The capital, Willemstad, with its pastel-colored colonial architecture, is a sight for sore eyes. Curacao is a gateway to western beaches like Blue Bay.


Travel by Air

TRAVEL BY AIR

Curaçao may be under the radar, but it surely isn’t behind the times. You can travel to Curacao by air with direct flights from North America, Europe, and South America. There is a modern international airport where Curaçao has the longest runway in the Caribbean.

Curaçao has daily non-stop air services from the U.S. There are daily flights from the Netherlands. Curaçao also offers direct flights from the following counties:

  • Germany
  • Canada
  • Brazil
  • Surinam
  • Colombia
  • Puerto Rico
  • Jamaica
  • Trinidad & Tobago
  • St. Domingo
  • Bonaire
  • Aruba
  • St. Maarten

Travel by Car

Travel by Car

Curaçao is best explored by rental car. Rates can vary depending on the time of year. Click HERE for a hassle free quotation and guaranteed lowest price service.


Travel by Cruise

Travel by Sea

You can Visit Curacao by sea on a cruise or on your own yacht. There are various docking spots for cruise ships. A large number of major U.S. and European cruise lines stop at Curaçao. There are two docking spots on the Island.

  • Mega Pier- For larger ships
  • Mathey Wharf- It is a cruise terminal within the harbor where smaller ships can anchor

 

The cruise terminals are connected with the city’s shopping and business areas. Two cruise terminals are located in Otrabanda section of Willemstad.