• Joey Amato

Fall in Love with Curaçao



As the United States begins experiencing cooler weather, Willemstad, the vibrant and bustling capital of Curaçao, will remain perfectly warm and sunny for those much-needed extra days of summer. Offering year-round 80-degree weather and a prime location out of the Hurricane Zone, the colorful Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao makes for an excellent Fall or Winter escape. While in town, enjoy a walking tour of the historic city, while taking in iconic and historical landscapes like the Queen Emma Bridge and Riff Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For the foodies of the world, there is something to satisfy ever palette, from the original food trucks or Truk’i Pans that serve up delicious meats and French fries topped with local sauces in the late night, to restaurants like Fish & Joy, BRKLYN, Mosa, Kome, and 020. Offering more than 30 beaches throughout the island and recognized for its famous clear turquoise waters and untouched dive sites, the adventure in Curaçao continues from land to sea. If visiting from September 27 – October 1, Curacao will host its annual PRIDE festival to celebrate the LBTQ community. Accommodations in Willemstad range from resorts like Dreams Curaçao, Renaissance and Marriott Beach Resort, to locally-owned boutique hotels like Boho Boutique Hotel and Bario. For more information, please visit: www.curacao.com.