Curacao is an autonomous island located in the southern Caribbean Sea, near the coast of Venezuela. Curacao’s capital, Willemstad, was once designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its colorful buildings with historical value.

Curacao has up to 35 tourist beaches, every year welcomes many tourists from all over the world. Among them, the most famous is Playa Knip, a beautiful beach with clear water, an impressive undersea ecosystem, and world-standard resorts.

The capital of Curacao, Willemstad is a land blessed with beautiful beaches by Mother Nature, and some of the best beaches here are Mambo Beach, Canoa Beach, and Jan Thiel Beach. In the 17th century, the Dutch ruled the island and they loved the colorful buildings. You can easily see the colorful houses on this island nation and have photos of a lifetime.

Curacao attracts visitors because it is always ranked as the most affordable in the Caribbean. The island nation is also outside the hurricane belt; Therefore, you can come here to travel at any time of the year.

Curacao has a rich culinary culture. The influence of the ethnically and culturally diverse inhabitants of Curacao, including Hispanics, Dutch, and Arawak, makes Curacao a particularly rich culinary culture. Arriving in Curacao, you can easily find truk di pan (bread truck). Colorful trucks full of food have been on the island for more than 30 years. Ribs and fries soaked in peanut sauce have made the brand of cars specializing in appearing at night.

Life in Curacao comes alive at night with music festivals, DJ bars and live music. Spending a night to immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere here will help you relieve stress and fatigue. Music in Curacao is quite diverse, but mainly jazz and blues.