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Curacao

Itinerary Inspiration

Nestled in the southern part of the Caribbean Sea, Curacao has over 35 beaches with a remarkable variety. Whether you choose to cliff jump and sunbathe on Kenepa Beach or snorkel and hang out with the wild pigs at Playa Porto Marie, one thing they all share is crystal clear turquoise water. This island boasts dozens of outdoor adventures, from hiking Mount Christoffel to touring bat caves on an off-road Jeep adventure. You can also take it easy and admire the local art at the Punda Markets or the city lights while floating on the Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge. No matter what you decide, you're sure to enjoy plenty of picture-perfect moments on your Curacao honeymoon.

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: AST
Most Common Language: Papiamentu
Official Language: Dutch
Other Languages: English and Spanish are widely spoken
Currency: Netherlands Antillean guilder (called the florin)
Entry Requirements: Valid passport and return ticket
Best Times to Visit: November through May

Curacao Honeymoons

Known for its 17th century architecture, beautiful white sand beaches and secluded coves surrounded by massive cliffs, Curacao has become one of the most desired honeymoon destinations in the world. Choose one of the all-inclusive Curacao honeymoon packages and enjoy a beautiful honeymoon suite or wander a little further out and stay in a private seaside villa.

Destination Weddings in Curacao

With historical country yards, beaches shaded by coconut trees and crystal-clear blue waters, you'll find the perfect ambiance for your ceremony in Curacao. Choose an all-inclusive wedding package and enjoy a stress-free wedding with a wedding coordinator, wedding cake and floral arrangements.

Climate & Weather

Located in the tropics just 12 degrees north of the Equator, Curacao is warm and sunny year-round with an average temperature of 80 F. There's a rainy season between October and February, usually marked by short nighttime showers.