As a local owned fam car rental agency we take the time to compare and review all the vehicle rental companies based in Willemstad, Curacao. We are currently working with 4 of the best. That's why, together we have on of the largest vehicle rental fleets on the island today. By working closely together we can give you the perfect guidance when renting a car.
There are 9 car rental desks at Hato airport. Most are owned by the bigger well known rental companies. They offer a wide variety of vehicles. Getting your rental at the airport is not always the best decision if you care about getting the best deals. However if you're a member of one of these companies it might be a good option for you.
It's possible to get a vehicle delivered at the Cruise port in Curacao. Step of your ship and have your key handed as we await your arrival at the Megapier.
We often get asked if you need a credit card when renting a car with us. The answer is no. If you're willing to do the deposit cash or via one of our other payment options it's fine. However paying with your cc might be handier. You will not get charged, but the payment will be authorized. Meaning; That only in case of an accident the deposit will get deducted.
The minimum rental age in Curacao is 23 years.
Yes, yes and yes. Internships usually last 5 months or longer. We have special prices for students in need of a long term rental. We can offer newer economy cars or from our special discounted intern cars fleet. Our stock is limited, please send us your request and we will get back to you withing 24 hrs
We drive on the right-hand side of the road.
Most inhabitants of Curacao get around by car. Public transport is available but not that reliable. Every day commute seems inefficient. Renting a car on the island is by far your best option. Feel free to go where you want on the nicely paved roads
Not reliable but a lot of fun. The public transport company runs the big busses, while licensed private bus owners run their daily routes. There are no schedules or timetables you can find on the web. Just stand and wait and ask the driver where he's going.
Just don't. it's way to hot. The roads barely have sidewalks and people can drive like maniacs some times.
This would be your second best option after getting a rental car. It's not the cheapest solution but by far the most convenient one. Most licensed cabs are metered and if they're not they should carry official rate sheets.