If you have a valid multiple entry visa for USA, Canada or the Schengen countries you are good to go and don't need anything else.
Otherwise, you may be able to travel to Curacao based on the below information:
Requirements for travelling to the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom without a visa
If you want to travel to Aruba, Curaçao or the other Caribbean parts
of the Kingdom, you must meet certain requirements, even if you do not
need a visa. For instance, you can only stay for a limited amount of
time and you must have enough money to cover your stay.
Maximum length of stay
If you do not need a visa to travel to the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom, you can stay for a maximum of 90 days in a 180-day
If you want to travel to the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom, you must
meet certain requirements:
- Your passport must not be more than 10 years old.
- Your passport must be valid for the whole of your stay.
- You must have proof that you can return to your country of departure, or transit through another country. This could be a
passport, residence permit or visa.
- You can provide proof of the reason for your stay. For instance, a hotel reservation or an invitation from family or friends.
- You must have enough money to cover your stay and any other expenses.
- You must have valid medical insurance or travel insurance that covers medical expenses. The insurance must provide cover for at
least USD 15,000 in medical expenses and include hospital care,
emergency treatment and repatriation (including in the event of
- You must not be considered a threat to public order, public health, national security or international relations.
Please note, even if you meet these requirements, the local
authorities may still decide to refuse you entry. Or they may decide
to allow you to enter for a shorter period than the maximum length of
There is a condition to the above i.e. If you do not need a visa. The requirements for that are listed as :
Do I need a visa for the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom?
Travelling without a visa
You can travel to the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom (Aruba, Bonaire,
Curaçao, Saba, St Eustatius and St Maarten) without a visa in the
You are transiting
You do not need a visa for the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom in the
You are transiting through an airport in one of the Caribbean parts of
the Kingdom, hold an onward ticket and meet the following
Curaçao : Transit within 48 hours
Furthermore at the end it is mentioned that if none of these conditions apply to you, then you need to apply for a short-stay visa. But the conditions do seem to apply to you. So it seems that you can go there provided you have a hotel booking, enough money and the medical insurance.
For more information you can contact their tourist board +(5999) 434 8200 or email@example.com