Curaçao is the largest of the Dutch Caribbean islands, stretching 40 miles long and is blessed with the same climate as its sister islands in the ABC group (Aruba and Bonaire) – that is, sunshine and great weather all year round.


Watersports, including scuba diving and snorkelling are very popular on the island and its beaches are like something you’d expect on a postcard – long, sandy and beautifully picturesque. For the ultimate sandy beach though, a must-visit is ‘Klein Curaçao’ – a small, uninhabited island (literally translated as little Curaçao) 15 miles off the coast of Curaçao, accessed via a boat trip which takes you along an inaccessible side of Curacao where you’ll often find dolphins playing in the crystal clear waters. Other attractions on the island include the Hato Caves – ancient caves gouged out of limestone cliffs and the island’s lively port capital, Willemstad, which offers some great museums and interesting historic buildings.

The island has a great range of restaurants with a fabulous mix of Dutch and Caribbean food. There are also some lively bars and nightclubs for those looking for a bit more of a buzz.
From the chic and boutique to the large and luxurious, Curaçao has a range of hotels to suit all requirements and budgets, so please give us so we can discuss your requirements.