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Curacao 
See what makes Curaçao special! Exquisite beaches and spectacular diving, stunning architecture, activities, and adventures for every interest  plus multicultural diversity, intriguing music, art, and cuisine. Experience the best of Curacao. Our multi cultural society will present you  intriguing music, cook and art styles.  Chosen as the Favorite Caribbean Destination for 2012 by the readers of About.com, one of the Top 10 Destinations for 2012 by Frommer’s and a 2012 Honeymoon Hot Spot by Condé Nast Traveler. Explore yourself what makes Curacao so special.

 

Sun, Sand & Sea
You might be here for the sun or for business, you can enjoy our white beaches, in the Caribbean sea. Curacao has over 35 unique beaches. You can select the more quiet beaches or the beach with beach clubs and restaurants.

 

Dive & Snorkel paradise
Enjoy more than 60 dive sites, underwater visibility to 100 feet, mild currents, lush coral gardens, and wall, wreck, and shore dive options. No wonder Curacao is ranked among the world’s best dining spots!  Many resorts also have accessible reef formations. Discover the secrets and beauty of each of our dive sites. you can snorkel and you will see turtles and with a bit of luck dolphins.

 

Historical architecture
Experience the beautiful jewel that is Willemstad, Curacao. This lively port is one of six UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Caribbean, joining the ranks of Old Havana, Old San Juan, and Colonial Santo Domingo.
The Punda District – once fortified and walled – along with its neighboring districts of Otrobanda, Pietermaai, Scharloo, preserve some 765 buildings as national monuments. Chief among these are Fort Amsterdam, the Governor’s Palace, Mikve Israel-Emanuel Synagogue and the colorful Penha building on the waterfront.
After decades of preservation efforts, Willemstad is proud to be counted among the best of the best. Learn more about our historic and beautiful capital city.

 

Weather – Climate
Located in the tropics, just 12° north of the Equator, Curaçao has a warm, sunny climate year round. The average temperature is about 27° C (in the mid 80s F).

 

Dance & Music!
It’s one of the largest and longest-lasting Carnival spectacles of the Caribbean — starting in early January, and ending late February/ March.  Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival will take place on the 30 and 31 of August 2013. The 4th edition will become spectacular. Alicia Keys, Stevie Wonder, Sting, Lionel Richie, Carlos Santana, Mana and many other artist already performed in earlier editions.