Our Events Climate
Best Caribbean Destination Events shown below are unique and different in their own way. Each event has it’s own signature mojo and they are spread out throughout the year. If you want to visit us for a particular event, please see our calendar of events.
In Curaçao, the climate is tropical, hot all year round, with daytime temperatures ranging from around 28/29 degrees Celsius (82/84 °F) between December and February to around 31 °C (88 °F) between May and October. The period from May to October is the most sultry, but the trade winds blow constantly, tempering the heat.
Curaçao is an island, and together with the neighbouring islands of Bonaire and Aruba, it’s part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Here are the average temperatures of the capital, Willemstad. The climate is sunny and dry, in fact, about 550 millimeters (21.6 inches) of rain fall per year. The only relatively rainy period is from October to December, when, however, precipitation does not go beyond 80/100 mm (3.1/4 in) per month. From November to January or mid-February, the northeast trade winds bring showers quite frequently, although usually not abundant. Here is the average precipitation. Curaçao is an almost entirely flat island: its highest point is located at 375 meters (1,200 feet) above sea level.
The amount of sunshine is good all year round.