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Curaçao Is Now Open and Giving a Fourth Night Free to Travelers Who Book Stays Before October

by Olivia Harden Jun 10, 2021

If you’re looking to head to the Caribbean for your hefty dose of sunshine and turquoise water, consider Curaçao. After reaching a record-low positivity rate of 0.15 percent of COVID-19 cases in the last three weeks, Curaçao is fully open to all travelers.

Several restrictions have also been lifted, including the country-wide curfew, and outdoor restaurants, bars, and lounges are now operating at full capacity. If that’s not enough to make you pack your bags, maybe a free night’s stay will.

From now to June 29, 2021, Curaçao is offering an island-wide promotion — buy any three-night stay and get the fourth night free. The promotion applies to participating hotels, ranging from “family-friendly boutique hotels and all-inclusive resorts to luxury villas, private island retreats, trendy bungalows, and internationally known brand-name properties with suites of all sizes,” according to a Curaçao Tourism Board press release. The offer is valid between June 19 and October 30, 2021.

For entry to the country, the same rules apply to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers. Travelers must complete a digital immigration card online before departure, fill out a Passenger Locator Card 48 hours before departure, and carry a printed copy with them upon arrival. They must also submit the negative results of a COVID-19 PCR test and schedule an antigen test at a Curaçao laboratory on their third day on the island. Travelers can fill out the documents at

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