The best of two worlds collide, in Curacao, this fall: idyllic island life and stimulating festivals and events. Over the course of September, October, and November, you can dance, scuba dive, run, and eat. Choose what you enjoy, book your trip, and count down the days!
Curacao Fall Events
September 27 – 30
Pride celebrations are becoming more and more prevalent around the world, and Curacao is proud to have its own rendition. This year marks the sixth edition of Curacao Pride. Over the course of five days, the island will be filled with parties, activities, and exhibits catered to the LGBTQ community. Highlights include the Curacao Pride Walk, beach party, White Party, and the Boat Party. For further details visit the event website, here.
Flavors of Curacao
For a single day only, savor the incredible flavors of the island at this upscale culinary event. Treat your palate to tastes created by the islands most famous and renowned chefs, restaurants, and culinary artists. Event details here.
Curacao Dive Festival
September 29th – October 7th
For the first year ever, Curacao will be having a scuba diving festival! Considering our island is surrounded by stunning dive sites, it’s a wonder there hasn’t been a festival before now. People will be coming from all around the world to spend a few days enjoying all things diving. This is an event meant for anyone with an interest in diving, regardless of experience! Some of the events will include scubalympics, clinics, reef clean ups, underwater painting workshops, BBQ’s, and so much more. Find all of the details right here.
Curacao Cycling Week
November 12 – 18
For being a relatively small island, Curacao has a large cycling community. Over the course of a week, cycling aficionados unite to adventure with one another in the lovely nature the island provides. For more details on the rides and events, visit here.
For its fifth year in a row, the KLM Curacao will be taking place on the 25th of November. The marathon and half marathon course will take place along the waterfront of the island across the iconic Queen Emma pontoon bridge. Register right here.
For those of you wishing to travel to Curacao to experience one of these events, consider booking a stay with us here at Santa Barbara Resort & Spa. Our seaside resort is close enough to the events for easy travel, but far enough way to remain tranquil and rejuvenating. The island tends to get booked up fairly far in advance, so don’t hesitate to plan your trip!