Temperatures cool down on Curaçao in December. With highs in the mid-80s, and lows dipping into the 70s, vacationers can enjoy cooler evenings as well as warm days. Sun will certainly be prevalent during December, one of the top months for island travel, however, vacationers can expect a bit more rain than they would find on Curaçao in the middle of the year. The 28th of November Sunrise Airways is inaugurating its first flight to Curacao, make it even easier for people from Florida and Haiti to connect with this amazing Island. Haiti Tourism Inc.'s CEO Davidson Toussaint announced early this month that the company is looking forward to putting a travel package together for Floridians to allow them to enjoy Haiti and Curacao during a unique experience. Participants will be flying with Sunrise Airways and staying at places that will ultimately help them shape own opinion about these beautiful islands
15 things you can do in Curacao according to CNN Travel
"On December 4, Willemstad formally marks 20 years as a World Heritage City. But we're celebrating the whole year," says Marcel Dennert, managing director of Stichting Monumentenzorg, Curaçao's monuments foundation.
The organization is hosting the third annual Caribbean Conference of National Trusts and Preservation Societies in Willemstad from November 16 to 19, 2017, with guest speakers from around the Caribbean region, including Cuba.
"There's a lot of excitement. We're considered the big brother of monument preservation," said Dennert.
1. Enjoy a culture-filled capital
It's often described as a mini-Amsterdam, but Curaçao's capital packs its own Euro-Caribbean punch. Four colonial districts offer distinct experiences:
The cobblestoned alleys of Punda beg for promenades, lined with designer stores, art galleries, museums and alfresco restaurants.
Across the floating Queen Emma Bridge, Otrobanda's pastel-colored buildings house discount stores, Creole restaurants and dimly lit bars along the Bredestraat, with Latin tunes echoing into the street.
It's the perfect occasion to sign up and enjoy expert-led, English-speaking architecture tours of Willemstad's charming colonial neighborhoods. Year-round, Dushi Walks Curaçao offers walking tours of Otrobanda and Scharloo.
2. Visit the oldest synagogue in the Americas
Towering over a bistro-lined street, the Mikvé Israel-Emanuel Synagogue -- part of the UNESCO designation -- is the oldest continually running synagogue in the Americas, in use since 1732.
Nearly 300 years old, the pastel yellow building is impressive for its neoclassical design but also for having a distinctive sand floor. This feature is in part a reminder of the congregants' ancestors who were secret Jews living in Spain and Portugal during the Inquisition. They were forced to muffle the sounds of their worship, before eventually fleeing to Amsterdam and other countries, and later settling on Curaçao.
Today, the Snoa -- short for esnoga, or synagogue in ancient Portuguese -- serves 145 families who keep this heritage going. Entrance includes a visit to the adjacent two-story Jewish Cultural Historical Museum housing artifacts, photographs and stories of Curaçao's Jewish community.
3. Go to wild, natural landscapes
The undeveloped, rugged northeast is where Curaçao really breathes, with two adjacent protected parks.
Christoffel National Park offers multiple trails designed for hiking or for exploration from the comforts of a vehicle. Sunrise safaris allow hikers to skip the heat while spotting the island's flora and fauna -- including the endangered white-tailed deer and the native barn owl.
The intrepid tackle the island's highest peak early in the day -- Mount Christoffel towers over Curaçao at 1,239 feet.
Next door, Shete Boka National Park stretches 10 kilometers along the island's rockiest coastline, and its deserted beaches are a major turtle-nesting site.
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