Traveling to Curacao
In the Caribbean Sea, just north of the Venezuelan coast lies the tiny island nation of Curacao. Curacao is the largest of the Lesser Antilles and is known as much for its coral reefs as it is for the distilled liquor that shares the country's name. Flights to Curacao are often under 10 hours from most departing locations in the U.S. The one exception is offered to those who board Curacao flights from Miami where the direct flights are often less than three hours in length.
Finding Cheap Flights to Curacao
The beauty of the Caribbean can be surprisingly inexpensive. Cheap flights to Curacao are widely available when you conduct your ticket search through Expedia. A fairly length low season, from May to November, contributes to the large number of inexpensive Curacao flights. If you travel during the country's high season, you can expect to pay only slightly higher prices on Curacao airfare. Tickets to Curacao do not include the airport departure fee. Along with Curacao airfare, every passenger exiting the country must pay a maximum of $32. Children under the age of two are exempt from this rule.
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Curacao Travel Info
When you fly to Curacao, you will arrive at Hato Intl. Airport. Hato Airport is one of the largest Caribbean airports and welcomes more than 1.5 million passengers every year. The Curacao Airport offers free WiFi and free baggage carts for all passengers. The airport also has a full service bank for those who need to exchange currency. Many establishments in Curacao accept American Dollars, but you may wish to have Antillean Guilders on hand for tips and for visiting smaller businesses. To enter Curacao, you will need a valid passport, proof of return transportation, and proof of enough funds to cover your stay in the country. Many visitors to Curacao enjoy taking a short ferry to Venezuela. If this is an option for you, please be aware that you must have a Venezuelan tourist card prior to entering the country.