Expedia advertising major discounts on Curacao vacations

Expedia advertising major discounts on Curacao vacations

Have you ever dreamed of a Caribbean escape - warm sapphire water, beautiful white sand?

 

Many choose the Bahamas for the proximity to Florida - Bermuda for its foreigner-friendly culture and lack of language barrier, Jamaica for its cost effectiveness, the Dominican Republic for its robust infrastructure, or Puerto Rico for its relationship with the United States (the only option for those who do not have a passport).

 

One fantastic option that often gets overlooked is Dutch Caribbean – specifically Curacao.

 

Located further south than the islands listed above, just north of Venezuela actually, Curacao (along with Aruba, Saba, Saint Maarten, Bonaire, and Saint Eustatius) maintain historical ties to the Netherlands.

 

Curacao has a beautiful collection of exotic flora and fauna, a welcoming tropical climate, and all the trappings of a luxurious Caribbean get-away without being overrun by tourists.

 

The island has a number of picturesque beaches and a vast network of coral reefs just offshore that are perfect for diving or snorkeling. Inland, the capital city of Willemstad boasts incredible stretches of pastel-colored buildings in eye-catching rows. There are also well-maintained forts dating back to the island’s colonial days, which were once used as protection from pirates. From the amazing natural beauty to the robust slate of historical sites – Curacao has something for every type of traveler.

 

Today, Expedia is advertising major discounts on a Curacao. Always your best option for fantastic deals on hotels and airfare, Expedia has truly upped their game when it comes to getting you the best possible package to visit Curacao.

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