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Looking to rent a villa in Curacao?
The Curacao villa rentals offer many of the same excellent amenities you’ll find in the best of the other rental accommodations.. The villa rentals, however, offer the added advantages of privacy and seclusion that are hard to come by in the more congested commercial facilities. Curacao villa rentals offer both private verandas and outdoor living spaces for group gatherings. The interiors of the Curacao villas also offer both private space and communal spaces so that guests are afforded the best of both worlds. Villas in Curacao can accommodate both small and large groups—with one country villa rental that can sleep up to 20.
What's special about Curacao?
Part of the ABC Island group along with Aruba and Bonaire, Curacao is part of the Netherlands Antilles. Sitting off the northern coast of South America, this small island draws its culture from its rich English, Dutch, Papiamento, and Spanish heritage.
Well known for its beautiful beaches and wide selection of water sports, it’s no surprise that Curacao sports a water park that encompasses 1,500 acres. The island is also home to a number of parks, wildlife preserves, and a network of hiking trails that weave through acres of tropical forests and gardens. For something out of the ordinary, you can join in a kayak safari along the coast. This day trip offers a guided tour along some of the best beaches in Curacao, and give you time for some snorkeling and swimming as well.
Travel to and from Curacao is a breeze. There is an international airport, and the island boasts one of the busiest cruise ship ports in the Caribbean. Once on Curacao, the easiest way to get around is by rental car or bike. There are two kinds of public transportation—“Konvooi” the large yellow and blue busses that are earmarked for long distance travel, or the more local “bus” vans.
Curacao offers much in the way of accommodations. There are a host of lavish hotels and resorts right on the beaches, and a number of elegant, private villa rentals within easy access of the towns and the shore. Your most difficult decision may be in deciding where you want to stay while visiting Curacao. The information on this site will be very helpful as you make that all- important decision, and make your plans for your dream vacation in the Caribbean.