Why Curaçao Is The Perfect “Winter” Vacation Destination

It doesn't seem like the right time to think about the holiday, is it? Wrong! If you are looking for an affordable and breathtaking holiday destination this winter, look no further than Curaೊao!
Curacao Beaches
Curacao in a Nutshell
If you like most people around the world, there is a great chance you have never heard of Curacao! The island is tucked away in the South Caribbean Sea, not even hurricanes getyo. Sounds too good to be true? It is not. This Dutch island (still on top of South America) is just drop-dead beauty and cheap to visit, it is so small, the local population is just over 150,000 people! No need to worry about not developing Curacao - the island is full of different accommodations for your choice.

Something special for Curacao
Curacao Tourism proudly boasts an island where you can do nothing and where you can do everything! The choice is really yours. But what kind of work can you do in this summer-year holiday paradise? Let us start with your stomach or your back if we want. With a collection of

 sparkling white-sand beaches, you’re ready to catch some sun and relax. Do you want to be on your feet? In the air? How about cliff diving in the rocks at Nip Beach? Feel like keeping the key low… low low, low underwater? Enjoy snorkeling and diving in the crystal clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, but get ready to swim with the company - the ocean is rich with sea creatures and they are dying to see 

But wait, more
For those who want to get their feet dry, there are plenty of hiking and obsessing spots to get your heart racing. What about culture, I hear you ask! The island has some of the most interesting museums in the world. Some of them include the Fortchurch Living Monument, the oldest church on the island, dating back to 1769, wow! It also houses the oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere, the Mikwe Israel Emmanuel Synagogue. What about music? The very music festival that runs from January 22 to January 27 is sure to shake your body, but don't worry if you miss it, the island is always alive with the (bongo drum) muse sound

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