Curaçao Transportation

  • Maasdam at night in 2013
    Maasdam at night in 2013
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  • taxi drivers waiting for a fare (from a taxi)
    taxi drivers waiting for a fare (from a...
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  • Taxis lined up by the ship
    Taxis lined up by the ship
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  • 1. Car rental

    To see the best of Curacao, you need to rent a car. Of course there are many regular car rentals, but I found a new and very nice one: Ducks United. Driving around the island in a duck is so much fun,...

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  • 2. Buses

    There are large "Konvois" and smaller buses zooming around the island of Curacao. It is very important to get one of the free schedules at the main tourist info stand (Emma Bridge, Punda side). Half...

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  • 3. Taxis

    LIke most Caribbean islands, the rates for taxis are not metered - they are a flat rate for a specific route. If you want to go someplace out of the ordinary, it is best to negotiate beforehand. Taxis...

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  • 4. Ferry

    When the Queen Emma Bridge is not in operation, or it is pulled aside for a ship to enter, there is a ferry to get passengers across. The first time we were in Curacao, the bridge was being repaired,...

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  • 5. By Air

    We have never been to Curaçao by air - we have always come on a cruise ship. The photos were taken when we drove past the airport on an excursion. Airport shops offer brand name perfumes, liquors,...

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  • 6. By Ship

    The Passenger Vessel Services Act of 1886 is a protectionist piece of United States legislation which came into force in 1886. Essentially, it says: No foreign vessels shall transport passengers...

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