Curacao Travel GuideAbout Curacao
Curacao, located in the Netherlands Antilles chain of islands, offers visitors outdoor recreation, culture and history, shopping and dining, and pleasant weather.When to Visit Curacao
Curacao is a warm, tropical destination year-round. The most popular time to visit is December through April, when the weather is colder in the north and people are more likely to seek a warm-weather escape. Plus, there are many U.S. holidays during this time—Christmas, New Year's, Presidents Day, and March school breaks—when people have time off from school and work.
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