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Don't Know Much About Curacao? Here's How Its Tourism Board Plans to Change That

If you're an American who knows next to nothing about the Caribbean island of Curacao (other than perhaps a vague familiarity with its namesake blue liqueur), you're not alone. There's plenty to see and do in Curacao—breathtaking rocky beach caves, beautiful white sand beaches, historical capital city Willemstad—yet it's often overshadowed in the U.S. tourism market by its neighbor, Aruba, and other Caribbean destinations.
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