Enjoy Curacao: Complete and practical travel guide edition 2019/2020 (Paperback)

Enjoy Curacao: Complete and practical travel guide edition 2019/2020 By Jemma Van Gurchom, Peter Van Mastrigt, Alec Steevels Cover Image
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Enjoy Cura ao is an attractive colorful travel guide, containing 164 pages filled with background information, insider tips, impressive routes, detailed maps and over 100 professional photographs of the island. The book has been written, keeping in mind that a tourist has got limited time to discover the island. Therefore we made a fully independent selection of highlights to see and to do on Cura ao.

Whether you're going for the paradise beaches, the most beautiful diving spots or the bustling nightlife, with this travel guide in your pocket you can get to know all the different sides of Cura ao.

Behind the white beaches and swaying palm trees is a multifaceted world of nature and culture. Using easy maps we take you along adventurous routes to both well-known as well as the lesser-known destinations.

We show you the best locations for diving, hiking, cycling and surfing. But we also show where to go for the tastiest food, which museums you definitely don't want to miss and where to find the most popular happy hours, as well as the best places to go shopping. Of course we don't forget to present you the 18 most beautiful beaches of the island.

In short, if you don't want to miss out on anything and you really want to get to know Cura ao, then don't forget to put this travel guide in your backpack. Go out and enjoy

Product Details
ISBN: 9789492598707
ISBN-10: 9492598701
Publisher: Good Time Concepts
Publication Date: May 1st, 2019
Pages: 166
Language: English



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