• Curaçao Chamber of Commerce

    The Curaçao Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the voice of private enterprise in Curaçao. It represents the general interests of the Curaçao business community, keeps a complete roster of Curaçao businesses, and provides information and services to local and international companies with an interest in doing business in, trading and exporting from or through Curaçao.

  • Papiamentu

    Papiamentu, or Papiamento, is the primary language spoken on the Caribbean islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao (the "ABC islands").It's a creole language with roots in mainly Portuguese and Spanish, and to a lesser extent Dutch, African, and Native Indian languages.

  • Otrobanda

    Otrobanda is a historically important part of Willemstad, the capital of Curaçao. It contains many important pieces of architecture. The development of Otrobanda partially started , when the other site of the City called Punda was overly constructed. Otrobanda (meaning ‘the other side’) is on the opposite side of St. read more

  • Riffort Village

    The Riffort is located at the entrance of the St. Anna Bay in the west part of Otrabanda next to the internationally renowned floating bridge in the city of Willemstad, Willemstad capital of Curaçao, a small island in the Caribbean Sea that forms a constituent country of the Kingdom of read more

  • Punda

    Punda was established in 1634, when the Dutch captured the island from Spain. The original name of Punda was de punt in Dutch. Otrobanda, which was founded in 1707, is the newer section of the city and is considered to be the cultural centre of Willemstad. Its name originated from read more

  • Fort Amsterdam

    Fort Amsterdam is a fort located in Willemstad, Curaçao. It was constructed in 1634 by the Dutch West India Company (DWIC) and served not only as a military fort but also as the headquarters of the DWIC. Currently it serves as the seat of the government and governor of Curaçao. read more

  • Mushroom Cave

    One of the most famous dive sites in Curacao. Over time hard coral formations have grown in such a way that they resemble mushrooms, hence the name. Underneath each one of these coral formations an abundance of marine life awaits to be looked at, admired, and photographed. A Special Boat read more