Published On: Mon, Oct 20th, 2014

Curacao gets reconnected with Canada

sunwingWILLEMSTAD - As of December of this year, you can fly directly to and from Toronto, Canada. Also the route Montreal-Curaçao-Montreal starts, but this begins on January 1, 2015.

Air Canada flies from Montreal on Thursday and on Friday from Toronto. On Sunday Sunwing and WestJet operates from Toronto. WestJet starts in October.

In addition to that Air Canada will  continue year round service from Toronto.

Sunwing describes Curaçao on their website as where the sea meets the sun in a turquoise heaven along the sprawling shores of this tropical paradise that is Curacao.

“Curacao is a delightful, small island in the Caribbean Sea, with a rich history, heritage and solid reputation for great hospitality. This friendly, quaint island offers visitors a laid back atmosphere, combined with a vibrant arts and entertainment scene, delicious authentic cuisine, a diversity of activities on land and water, fantastic shopping and so much more.”

Sunwing also describes Curacao as an island that offers something for everyone. “If you are looking for a romantic getaway, Curacao offers a variety of beautiful coves, long stretches of sand and secluded spots. Divers flock to Curacao for deep-sea adventures where breathtaking coral gardens flourish and tropical fish roam. This island is also a headquarters for family vacations, where the kids can splash around in the warm sea and discover all the attractions offered in the resorts, main cities and towns. If relaxation is what you're looking for, luxury calls in Curacao's many upscale spas where you can splurge on massage therapies and soothing treatments. Centuries of intermingling cultures has resulted in a rich array of international delights, and in turn, a variety of restaurants and eateries to choose from. Stay active by day with golfing, horseback riding, hiking, and cycling, and hit the lively casinos and clubs for entertainment by night.”

With a description like this I too want to book a vacation package from Canada to Curaçao. Too bad I already live on the island.

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