Curaçao's culinary scene has become seriously cosmopolitan in the past few years. Though you can still find places to get traditional, local dishes like iguana soup, keshi yena, and goat stew, the emerging generation of chefs has really raised the bar. Caribbean meets international with a side of nouvelle cuisine or farm-to-fork organic offerings. All combine for a cornucopia of tastes and flavors that meet world-class standards. And the range of locations where you can enjoy these creations is as eclectic as the fare. You’ll find romantic toes-in-the-sand surfside spots, family-friendly air-conditioned emporiums, lush countryside gardens, and unique historic sites like forts and plantation houses all hosting diners.

For authentic local-style lunches drop by the Old Market in Punda, or after the nightclubs seek out one of the late-night snack trucks (truki pan) for cheap, yet satisfying, eats. Many beach bars also have fabulous fare for less than you’d expect to pay. But on the most part, fine dining will cost you what it’s typically worth, especially since almost every kind of food on this island needs to be imported from elsewhere. Curaçao's closeness to Venezuela results in more than just friendly political relations. Every weekday, fishermen from the country dock their boats in a specially designated spot on the water in downtown Willemstad; boats pull in as early as 5 a.m., and almost immediately people begin to walk up to check out the wares.

Negotiations happen in multiple languages (mostly in Spanish, but English and Curaçao's native Papiamentu are also well-represented) and currencies (guilders, dollars, and bolivars). Look for citrus fruits, avocados, honey, bananas, tuna, and mahi-mahi (usually called "dorado"). Don't be surprised if you see a chef from your hotel here checking out the catch of the day to bring back to kichen.

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For a long time, hotels in Curaçao catered to specific demographics—this one was all Dutch, that one all Venezuelan—but the uptick in tourism is bringing different nationalities together. Curaçao is home to much diversity, and its accommodations are no exception. Here you'll find everything from beautiful resorts ,condo ,villas and bungalow ,hideaways to do-it-yourself camping stays.

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