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  • une superbe villa à Cabréra !

    "Pour des vacances géniales à Cabrera, petit village de pêcheurs au nord de la République Dominicaine ! (Coin super facile d'accès depuis SANTO DOMINGO ; on connaissait déjà le village) . Pour la maison, on a réservé via le net, et comme toujours il y avait un petit peu d'appréhension à l'arrivée.., mais là, le jack pot...! La maison est absolument superbe, récente, très fonctionnelle, et qui plus est, meublée avec gout, ce qui ne gâte rien ; si comme moi vous aimez faire "la popote", vous ne serez pas déçus, (la cuisine est mieux que la mienne) ; et comme la maison est située au sommet d'une colline, vous aurez une vue imprenable sur la mer en dégustant votre rhum ! il faut par contre une voiture pour se rendre au village, ou sur les plages des alentours. Les gens du coin sont très accueillants (on est loin des hordes touristiques de Punta cana), et ils ne demandent qu'à rendre service. Bon en un mot Cabrera s'est encore un ptit coin de paradis où se poser, mais si vous pouvez louer cette maison..ce sera en plus la vie de chateau !"
    Guest: Sylvie N. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 8, 2014
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  • Dream vacation

    "Five friends and I went to Casa De Campo for a wedding. We were two couples and two singles, so this four bedroom villa was perfect! We were greeted by Luce, Mary, and Jose who would be the staff for our stay. They were so helpful, and although there was a slight language barrier, they did everything to help. We set up ahead of time the plan for them to prepare dinner for our first night. There was a mixup in that we asked for fish tacos, and got beef tacos, but it was still great. It was very convienent not having to go to the store when we got there, and they didn't add a surcharge, just their taxi fee to get the groceries. We ended up having them prepare breakfast every morning for us which was about $10/day per person (Not bad!!). Breakfast was always pancakes, eggs (different styles) bacon, toast, fresh fruit, and even fun things like mashed plantains. The staff was generally there half the day, cleaning rooms and bathrooms before leaving. They were there when we wanted but appropriately stayed out of the way. We loved getting to know them! The four bedrooms were perfect for our group. There are a half dozen sitting places inside, which we took advantage of for drinks and chips & guac before our nightly wedding party adventures. Everything in Casa De Campo is a simple golf cart ride away. Make sure you have enough carts so that each couple has one (one cart seats four, though). My only 2 complaints -- the neighbors trash can smell crept on to our pool area in the afternoon. I also noticed a dog barking two of the five days we were there."
    Guest: Emma H. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 2, 2015
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  • Excellent Location

    "Very convenient and comfortable for family vacations. House was perfect for our family of 5. Service was excellent and having a vehicle included was extremely valuable. We were able to explore the island and still have the comforts of home to return to at night. The swimming pool was conveniently located across from the house, a bonus for our 2 year old grandaughter!!!"
    Guest: Breezy Holiday Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 14, 2015
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  • Fantastic stay in TCI

    "This was our fifth trip to Grace Bay and 501 Villa Renaissance was by far the best accommodations we have stayed in. The location was fantastic. Staying so close to so many restaurants and shops makes having a car unnecessary. The condo had everything you could ever want. Susan gave excellent recommendations for some new restaurants for us to try. The short walk to the beach each morning took us by the magnificent pool which was just outside our front door. Mel was fantastic and the rest of the staff was very friendly and accommodating. One big thing for us was that the internet worked great. The dedicated modem with wi-fi for this unit means that you can always get to the internet when you need it. We have already scheduled next year with Susan and can't wait to get back."
    Guest: Cathy S. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 25, 2015
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Curacao Travel Tips

Traveling to Curacao Vacation Rentals

Getting to Curacao is easy. There are several daily non-stop flights directly to Curacao from major cities in the United States. Regular commercial flights are operated by several major airlines which means that you should be able to find reasonably affordable airfares. If shopping around for the best deal, you may consider routing via one of the nearby Caribbean destinations such as Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, Bonaire, Trinidad & Tobago, or Jamaica. All these destinations have good international air links and frequently scheduled commercial flights on to Curacao. If traveling from Europe, there are daily flights between Curacao and Amsterdam. There are also good flight connections from major South and Central American cities. There is a local departure tax which is payable at the airport. The Curacao International Airport boasts modern facilities and the longest runway in the Caribbean. It has the capability to host almost any kind of aircraft.

Activities and Attractions at Curacao Villas

Curacao is one of the Caribbean’s top underwater and diving destinations. The pristine coral reefs will delight even the most experienced of divers. A highlight of Curacao diving is a site known as the mushroom forest. Here, you can experience a magical underwater forest of giant mushroom-shaped star coral. Some are as large as 10 feet. The diving conditions are ideal and typically, you can enjoy crystal-clear visibility, warm water temperatures, and calm swell conditions. Snorkelers can enjoy the underwater wonders on the shallower reefs. For those who simply want to relax and enjoy the sunshine, there are miles of beautiful sandy white beaches and persistent good weather.

On land, the islands have some unique attractions. The Hato Caves are an intricate network of limestone stalactites and stalagmites. There are also a number of cave drawings which are believed to dates back 1,500 years. For those who enjoy exploring nature trails, the Christoffel National Park has miles of scenic trails for visitors to enjoy. You can photograph wildlife or visit the beautiful cultivated gardens. Willemstad is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The beautiful pastel-colored buildings are unique in that it is the only place outside of the Netherlands where such fine examples of Dutch colonial architecture can be found. Willemstad is a shopper’s delight with boutiques and galleries offering a wide assortment of high-end purchases. It is also an excellent place to enjoy an evening out as there are many fine restaurants in the town.

Visitors to Curacao Resort Rentals

Curacao attracts many European visitors to its sunny shores. On any given day, you can hear a wide range of languages spoken on the beachfront. Many North American travelers come to visit to enjoy the amazing natural wonders and warmer tropical climate. It is generally considered one of the more affluent Caribbean destinations and many of the resorts cater to the up-market traveler. In terms of diving destinations, it is a world-class spot and diving enthusiasts from all over the globe come to experience its underwater marvels. The landward natural attractions attract adventure enthusiasts and many make excellent photo subjects.

Best Time of Year to Visit Caribbean Vacation Rentals in Curacao

Curacao enjoys a year-round warm tropical climate. Heavy rain falls tend to occur in May and again in October and November; these are generally the off-season months for travelers. The summer months can get very hot which is ideal if you enjoy water sports but perhaps too warm to laze on the beach. The peak travel season is during the moderately cooler months which are from December through April.

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