About the destination

With its 35 beaches, Curacao is an island of the Antilles that will charm you. In addition, history buffs will be pleased with the country’s Spanish heritage.

It’s a true tropical paradise that will allow you to let go of everything!


he official currency of Curaçao is the Netherlands Antillean Guilder (ANG). However, the US dollar (USD) is accepted everywhere on the island. Credit and debit cards are also accepted in tourist centers. However, if you plan to use your cards at your destination, be sure to inform your financial institution of the dates of your stay in Curacao.


The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) recommends that you consult a health professional to discuss vaccinations against the following diseases: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, yellow fever, influenza and measles. Note that two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine are required for flights from Canada and for crossing the United States border.


Your passport must be valid for at least 3 months after your scheduled departure date from Curacao.


Month Max Min Prec.
January 30 °C 24 °C 55 mm
February 30 °C 24 °C 57 mm
March 30 °C 25 °C 54 mm
April 31 °C 25 °C 58 mm
May 32 °C 26 °C 64 mm
June 32 °C 26 °C 36 mm
July 32 °C 26 °C 111 mm
August 32 °C 26 °C 65 mm
September 33 °C 26 °C 83 mm
October 32 °C 26 °C 83 mm
November 31 °C 26 °C 140 mm
December 30 °C 25 °C 104 mm


The official languages of Curacao are Dutch, Papiamentu and English, but Papiamentu is the most common language. It is a Creole language based on Spanish and Portuguese.

Things to do in Curacao

Jet Ski

Escape on a jet ski! Not only will you have fun riding the waves as you please, but you’ll get a whole new view of the island.

Jeep Tour

Explore the nature of Curaçao on a full-day Jeep tour. This will be the perfect opportunity to see the sea turtles at Playa Lagun.

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