Practical Information

Practical Information

Prepare for an unforgettable trip to Curaçao with essential practical information to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience. Curaçao, a vibrant Caribbean island, welcomes visitors year-round with its warm climate and friendly locals. The official languages are Dutch, Papiamentu, and English, making communication easy for most travelers. The island uses the Netherlands Antillean guilder (ANG), but US dollars are widely accepted. Transportation is convenient with rental cars, taxis, and public buses available. Electrical outlets are 127/120V, 50Hz, so travelers from North America can easily use their devices. Remember to pack sun protection, as the island enjoys sunny weather year-round. With this practical information, you’re ready to explore all the beauty and excitement that Curaçao has to offer.

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Curacao

Food On Curacao

The Curacao Kitchen Food on Curacao On Curacao, one can definitely find the food of their liking. The fast-food chains like Subway and McDonald’s are well represented and there’s a variety of supermarkets that offer both American and European products. Local food is refered to as Krioyo, prenounced as ‘Criollo’. The local cuisine is best explained

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Curacao

Wilhelminaplein Willemstad Curacao

Het Wilhelminaplein in Curacao Wilhelminaplein is a pleasant square located in the middle of the Punda district. It is known for the pleasant terraces of Pleincafe Wilhelmina and Eetcafe de Buren, among others. The well-known large Dushi and Caracao letters are also on this square. The colorful letters are very

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money naf curacao
Curacao

Money on Curacao

Money on Curacao On Curacao the Antillean Guilder (ANG or NAF) is the official currency. Although at many places the US dollar is also excepted. The official exchange rate between US dollar and Antillean Guilder is 1,78. These currencies are monetarily connected, which should result in similar exchanges always. Be

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Animals

Zika en Curacao

Zika and Curacao The world is fairly captivated by the rapidly spreading virus Zika in Latin America. In the meantime cases have also been reported on Curacao. But what exactly does the virus entail and what are the possible consequences of Zika for Curacao? Like the previously known viruses Dengue

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Animals

How do you prevent Zika on Curacao

How do you prevent Zika on Curacao? Prevention is better than cure. Preventing the propagation of mosquitoes can best prevent the Zika virus. Therefore, look around your house or stay for places where water can remain. Discard this water to prevent mosquitoes from laying eggs here. In this image you

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