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We were here in March, and REALLY looking forward to seeing the floating market, but Venezuela had put in place restrictions from produce being transported to Curacao (their main source of fresh food) in January 2018. They hope to get more local providers committed to...More
Apparently the vendors come from Venezuela by boat with produce and other wares.They no longer sell directly from their boats. They tie up behind stalls on shore now. The produce offered is a bit fresher and more varied than what we found in the grocery...More
We were here early in the morning, so there weren't so many tourists yet and we had time to wander around and take some nice photos(especially from the Bridge behind stalls). Many of the vendors are from Venezuela, so they speak mostly/only Spanish. Fruits were...More
No matter how many times I’ve been to curacao over the last 44 years, I’m still in awe of the floating market. The small boats that come from Venezuela to sell their fruit and fish. It’s colorful, and the fruit is great!
We were really excited to see the floating market. So we were a bit disappointed when we got there and found out it isn't floating anymore. Don't get me wrong the boats are still tied up behind but the government had purchase stands to make...More
This could be a quick visit. The boats pull up to booths and sell produce. Only a handful were occupies with product. One of the locals told us it used to be very busy but something to do with the government something has caused it...More