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The queer community will be able to arrive faster to Curaçao, in the Dutch Caribbean The island won a connecting flight from Guarulhos to Willemstad, capital of Curaçao. From December 16th, Divi Divi Airlines, which debuts in the skies of Brazil, will offer a direct flight in a Boeing 737-800,180 seats. Travel time will be just 6 hours. Another feature that the new flight will provide is the absence of a seat change, which is necessary for a connection.
“The two countries will be united in just six hours. Something we’ve been negotiating for many months. Our tourist offer, beaches, attractions will receive more Brazilians with this air offer” says Hugo Clarinda, Interim Director of the Curaçao Tourist Board.
On the Guarulhos-Curaçao route (DVR 962), take-off will take place on Sundays at 9:35 am (local time) and arrival in Curaçao is scheduled for 2:00 pm (average duration of 6:25 min). In the direction of Curaçao-Guarulhos (DVR 961), the new direct flight will be operated on Saturdays, taking off at 10:50 am (local time) and arriving in São Paulo at 19:20 pm (local time). Tickets are now available for sale through travel agencies.
WHAT DOES THE TOURIST NEED TO TRAVEL TO CURAÇAO?
Brazilians interested in traveling to Curaçao need a passport valid for at least six months and proof of immunization against yellow fever through the International Certificate of Vaccination and Prophylaxis (CIVP). The document is requested by airlines and also by immigration at Hato International Airport. Immunization must be done at least 10 days before the trip and must be proven by presenting the international vaccination card.
An island with more than 40 spectacular beaches, a diverse heritage that encompasses more than 55 different cultures, including Dutch, Spanish and Portuguese, a “live and let live” attitude and impressive European architecture, Curaçao remains a unique tropical destination in the southern Caribbean. Its natural beauty, diving and snorkeling sites are also favorites of divers and adventurers around the world. Its pristine beaches and idyllic climate, situated off the hurricane route, have earned the island more praise and recognition. Its capital city, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Willemstad, features the iconic Handelskade backdrop, an eclectic list of museums, monuments, delicious restaurants and shops, to mention just a few of the many reasons why Curaçao continues to flourish as one of the world’s most popular islands. exceptional in the region. More informations on the link www.curacao.com. Enjoy and follow Curaçao on social networks: Facebook/CuracaoBrasil and Instagram/visitecuracao. The official Curaçao hashtags are: #VisiteCuraçao #SintaVoceMesmo (#FeelYourself) #Curacao