Curaçao is situated in the Caribbean about 70 kilometers north of Venezuela. It is the largest and most authentic of the Leeward Islands.
Curaçao has a tropical climate with temperatures around 30 degrees Celsius throughout the year. Because of the almost ever-present wind it feels very pleasant. Thanks to this wonderful climate, life in Curaçao mainly takes place outside, making the atmosphere very lively. The temperature of the seawater averages 28 degrees Celsius.
Besides sun, clear blue sea and white beaches, Curaçao harbors a lot of places worth seeing, like the rugged north coast at which the waves pound away, the south coast with its many picturesque bays and enjoyable beaches, nature reserves, the magnificent underwater world, country houses, and the many beautiful buildings and unique pontoon bridge in the historical center of Willemstad.
Similarly, there is a great variety of ways to enjoy all this beauty; relaxed or active, organized or on your own, by car, on foot , on a mountain bike, with a (sailing) boat, snorkeling, diving,
well, the choice is yours.
It's worthwhile considering to take a diving course on Curaçao. It's less expensive than in Europe and in the warm, colorful underwater world over here definitely much more fun to do than in a cold pool in your home country.
Finally Curaçao offers you a selection of restaurants and places of entertainment for a pleasant evening out.
To fully enjoy everything Curaçao has to offer we advise you to rent a car. Our private fenced-off area offers ample parking space. Of course we will take you to your car rental agency to pick up and return your car.
We will also pick you up from and bring you back to the airport.
B&B Sombré di Kabana is situated on the southeastern side of the island near the popular and tourist beaches, such as Jan Thiel and Seaquarium Beach, and the Caracas Bay, a lively meeting place for locals. At this part of the island you will also find a large choise of restaurants.
These beaches and many restaurants may be reached by car in less then 10 minutes: the center of Willemstad in a quarter of an hour.