The Dutch Antilles, located on the south area of the Caribbean, are integrated by two archipelagos separated by 900 kilometers and united by the same nationality. It is divided between the Windward Antilles of Windward (the St. Eustatius, Saba and St.Maarten) and the LeewardAntilles (CuraVao and Bonaire). Absorbed by the Caribbean sea, Willemstad, Kralendijk, Philipsburg, Windwardside, Oranjestad, are the most important cities and tourist destinations in the islands. There are plenty of choices regarding entertainment activities, commercial centers, nightclubs and hotels to stay with exquisite Dutch styled luxury. Local cuisine excels with exuberant and appetizing dishes from insular dishes to international food. Despite the fact that the European administration has declared Dutch as official language, Papiamento language still survives as a way to adapt themselves to the cultural influence received through the years. The little extension of some of these islands is a good incentive to carry out long trip walks. Beaches like Palm Beach, Sorobon, Simpson Bay, Mullet Bay, are ideal to practice nautical activities such as diving, swimming, snorkeling and sport fishing. The Bonaire's Marine Park with its coral reefs; Washington's National Park, popular for its 20 big aquariums and three tanks for seals and sharks. If you are looking forward to dancing, then you will also be pleased by the island annual parties at the traditional folklore rhythm. Nature granted these islands an unequalled gift, don't miss the chance and come to visit them. The Dutch Antilles deserve it.