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Topic: Netherlands Antilles Visa Question
Username: ZakHH
Posted 2006-09-21 14:56:23 and read 1250 times.

Okay, I am quite sure I could have found the answer on the internet if only I searched a bit harder. Or I could have called the consulate. Nevertheless, I decided to ask here. So feel free to flame me, but please answer first...  Wink

My wife and me consider spending some days in the Carribean this fall. I am German citizen, my wife has a Kazakhstan passport with a German permanent residence permit.

So the question is: does she need a Visa for the Netherlands Antilles? My guess would be: no, as she can travel freely within the Schengen states. But does that include the overseas colonies of our Dutch neighbours?

Oh, and yes, it could well be St. Maarten...  cloudnine 

Topic: RE: Netherlands Antilles Visa Question
Username: AeroWesty
Posted 2006-09-21 15:22:13 and read 1241 times.

Just look it up on Timactic:

http://www.delta.com/planning_reserv...isa_passport_information/index.jsp

Topic: RE: Netherlands Antilles Visa Question
Username: AirKas1
Posted 2006-09-21 15:50:57 and read 1227 times.

Before I took a look at the link I thought: No
After looking at the link: I confirmed the No  Smile

Topic: RE: Netherlands Antilles Visa Question
Username: ZakHH
Posted 2006-09-21 17:42:34 and read 1215 times.

Great site, thanks Westy! All other sites I knew were only taking the nationality into consideration. Looks indeed like all we need to observe is showing enough cash - do they really expect us to carry $150 per day in cash, or will "my flexible golden friend" be enough to convince them? Big grin

Just checked hotels, and now I tend more towards Aruba. Does anyone have recommendations in that area?

Topic: RE: Netherlands Antilles Visa Question
Username: Cadet57
Posted 2006-09-23 06:59:21 and read 1175 times.

Quoting ZakHH (Reply 3):
Does anyone have recommendations in that area?

I stayed at the Paradise Beach Villas for the past 2 years. My grandparents have gone there for the past 15-20. Its a great little resort. Private beach, two pools, cool bar and small cafe as well. Idk if you are one for activities, but there isnt much here. But I sill enjoyed at as there is plenty to do around aruba anyways.


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