Yesterday we told you all about the Curacao Model Search 2016 (click here if you missed it) Now in the spirit of the competition, how about we check out some of the serene and must-see spots in the country

If you did not know Curacao is a Dutch Caribbean island country located  in the southern Caribbean Sea, approximately 65 kilometres north of the Venezuelan coast. Curacao is popularly known for their glam beaches.





Speaking of beaches,  everyone loves the beach right? Well guess what, the Cas Abao beach offers visitors an amazing white sandy beach, crystal clear waters, waving palm trees and more. This is the perfect spot for swimmers and scuba divers. There is also a bar, restaurant, massage facility, dive shop an it is open each day from 8am-6pm.


The Floris Suite Hotel is located in the country’s capital Willemstad and it is a boutique hotel designed for guests 18 years and above. The plush hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, tropical gardens, a glam spa centre with dry sauna, treatment rooms and a steam room.




If you want to learn about the country’s history then the Museum Kurá Hulanda might be a great tourist attraction. This is a word-class anthropological museum whose primary concern is the main cultures of Curacao. The Origin of Man, the African slave trade, West African Empires, Pre-Colombian gold, Mesopotamian relics and Antillean art are some of the things you would learn when you visit  Museum Kurá Hulanda



Christoffel Park is the largest national park of Curacao. Unique local birds, plants and other species such as wild orchids, the Palabrua, the rare native barn owl, the Curacao White Tailed deer (of which there are only about 250 left) are some of the amazing things Christoffel Park has to offer


Dolphin Academy



If watching and spending time with the dolphins tickle your fancy, then the Dolphin Academy at the Curacao Sea Aquarium is a great choice. The Academy which begun in May 2002 and is now home for 17 coastal bottlenose dolphins. They also offer educational programs for children and adults.

Would Curacao be your next holiday destination?

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