Welcome to the bounty island Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles!
This island is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and is located just north of Venezuela, South America and has therefore a nice tropical climate where it’s all year around 30 degrees Celsius.
Curacao has a long history starting with two indian populations and later concurred by the Spanish and Dutch. The Dutch settled on more islands that formed the Netherlands Antilles. The three islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, are called the ABC islands.
For a quick overview of what the island of Curacao has to offer, please see this video: