Curaçao speaks to the curious explorer in us all!
Home to more than 35 captivating beaches, a diverse heritage spanning 55 different cultures, ‘live and let live’ attitude and unrivaled European architecture; Curaçao remains one of the most exceptional islands of the region. Its capital city, Willemstad — a UNESCO World Heritage site — with its iconic colorful Handelskade backdrop and roster of museums, monuments, flavorful restaurants and shopping, was selected in 2013 as one of the Top 5 Cities in the Caribbean by Condé Nast Traveler’s readers. Curaçao’s natural beauty, pristine diving and snorkeling sites are a favorite with divers and adventure seekers, and its beaches and idyllic weather, situated on the outer fringes of the Hurricane Belt, has won it further accolade and recognition
Entertainment available includes – Discos. Dinner/Dance. Theater. Casinos. Nightclubs. Live Music.
Air Canada. American Airlines. Avianca Airlines. Avior. Copa Airlines. Divi Divi Air. Dutch Antilles Express. GOL Airlines. InselAir. Liat. Surinam Airways. Tiara Air. United Airlines. West Jet.
Airports: (CUR) – International Airport HATO, located 7.5 mi from the capital, Willemstad.
All US citizens traveling by air to and from Bermuda and the Caribbean are required to have a valid passport to re-enter the United States.
Canadian citizens need a passport, or birth certificate or proof of citizenship and a return ticket is required.
Valid passport is needed for all other nationalities.
Museums. Mikve Israel-Emanuel Synagogue. Landhouses. Forts. 16th and 17th Century Architecture. Curacao Sea Aquarium. Curaçao Liqueur Factory. Floating Market. Hato Caves. City Tour. Willemstad Walking Tour. Queen Emma Bridge. Christoffel National Park. Boca Tabla Shete Boka. Curacao Ostrich Farm. Willemstad Trolley Tour. Den Panadera Herb Garden.
– Photocopy of first page of valid passport (signature & photo page).
– International Original Birth Certificate plus an apostil/legalization of the birth certificate
– International declaration of unmarried status by the civil registry of your hometown plus an apostil/legalization.
– If divorced or widowed, copy of divorce decree or a death certificate plus an apostil/legalization of proof are required.
Documents cannot be older than 6 months from the wedding date. Fees vary from $75-300.