Explore Nature On Land, In The Air, On And Under The Sea In Curacao

Curacao, as well as the rest of the ABC islands (Aruba and Bonaire), lies on the continental shelf of South America, and is thus geologically considered to lie entirely in South America.

The coastline has many bays and inlets perfect for exploring.


Curacao has a tropical savannah climate (Köppen climate classification As) with a dry season from January to September and a wet season from October to December.

The temperatures are relatively constant with small differences throughout the year. The trade winds bring cooling during the day and the same trade winds bring warming during the night. The coldest month is January with an average temperature of 26.5 °C (80 °F) and the warmest month is September with an average temperature of 28.9 °C (84 °F). The year's average maximum temperature is 31.2 °C (88 °F). The year's average minimum temperature is 25.3 °C (78 °F).

View of Piscadera Fort and Bay - Miguel Palm


The flora of Curacao differs from the typical tropical island vegetation. Xeric scrublands are common, with various forms of cacti, thorny shrubs, evergreens, and the island's national tree, divi-divis. Curacao's highest point is the Sint Christoffelberg mountain 375 m (1,230 ft).

You can explore our 'dushi' Curacao on land by foot, horseback, scooter or vehicle, in the air by helicopter, as well as on the sea and under the sea via many vessels for charter or by going scuba diving or snorkeling.

Just ask your Europcar Curacao representative to help craft an itinerary to help you make the most of the many treasures that Nature provides on the island.

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