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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Curaçao is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It's the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
Part of the ABC Islands group and governed by the Netherlands, Curaçao is a small island with a remarkably varied landscape such as hills, beaches and wild, rocky areas that verge on desert. Popular with tourists, it's served by Hato International Airport and is a stop-off point for many cruise ships. Renting out a car is the easiest way to get around and explore all this country has to offer.
Curaçao is popular with divers and is a great place for beginners, as it's easy to swim out to the coral reefs from the coast, the water to the south is usually very calm and there's a great deal to see: check out the Mushroom Forest, where giant corals bloom like mushrooms and you can swim around their 'stems'. There are lots of small harbours from which people go sailing or kayaking, and the north coast is popular with surfers. Adventurous visitors also go rock climbing and you won't need special skills to explore the amazing Hato Caves, full of giant stalactites and stalagmites. There are lots of suitable activities for families: children can visit ostriches on the farm, swim with dolphins or meet reef denizens in the island's Seaquarium.
The pace of life is leisurely in Curaçao and road traffic is no exception. When you arrive at the car hire collection point you'll be advised that the maximum speed limit is 80kph, dropping to 45kph in built-up areas. This is because cars are not the only road users; they're often used by goats and donkeys. You should also be careful when it has been raining heavily, especially in elevated areas, as the roads can get very slippery.
Curaçao islanders drive on the right hand side of the road and seatbelt use is mandatory. Although most of the roads are in good condition, especially in the towns, there are bad potholes in some rural areas. It's well worth the effort of dealing with this, however, to see all that the island has to offer.