Choosing to travel with a car hire in Curacao, allows you to get in touch with an island rich in culture, a mixture of Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, among others. Be amazed at its pastel-coloured buildings and stunning scenic routes.
Curacao is on Atlantic Standard Time (AST), making the time difference in Curacao 4 hours behind GMT. The island has no Daylight Saving Time.
Dutch is the official language of Curacao but when driving your Curacao car hire, you will find English, Spanish and even a bit of Portuguese is spoken throughout the island. Its people have also developed their own creole language, Papiamento, and it would be useful to know a few basic phrases before or while on holiday!
The electricity in Curacao runs at 110-130 V, 50 Hz. Ths outlet standard in the island accepts 2 plyg types: the flat-blade plug and the two-round pin plug. Visitors from Europe should bring the necessary adapters.
When travelling with a car hire in Curacao, you will need to keep the exchange rates in mind and carry the correct currency with you. In Curacao, the curency used is the Netherland Antilles Guilder (ANG).
Before hiring a car in Curacao, take a look at the following websites for useful information about the island and tips to plan your trip. To start off, visit the official Curacao Tourist Board page.
UK citizens are only required to show a valid passport during their intended stay period. For information about UK Embassies and High Comissions in Curacao or other islands in the Caribbean, visit British Embassy website.
Before you book your car hire, it's probably worth taking a look at the above essential Curacao travel information, which includes everything you need to know when planning your holiday, as well as all arrangements you need to make before travelling.
*Rates shown are per day, based upon a 7-day car hire. Taxes and additional surcharges may apply.