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Michiel, liegt das Sun Reef Village on Sea, eine kleine charmante Bungalow Anlage mit einer Deutschen Tauchschule und hausriff. Die Rustikalen Bungalows. Sun Reef bietet Bungalows, Studios und Appartements in unterschiedlichen Preiskategorien. Erleben Sie unsere Resort direkt am Meer. Die meisten verfügen über Treppen, die von den eigenen Gärten und Grillplätzen zum Meer hinunter führen. Die traditionellen Bungalows im Sun Reef Village. Bewertungen, Hotelbilder & TOP Angebote: Sun Reef Village on Sea (% Weiterempfehlung) ✓Bestpreis-Garantie ✓Preisvergleich ➤ Urlaub buchen bei​. Sun Reef Village on Sea im Detail. Diese geräumigen Bungalows bestechen durch Ihre idyllische Lage an der Küste bei Boca St. Michiel und bieten Ihnen eine.

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The bungalows oceanfront have a private garden and a stairway to the sea, the same applies for those not so close to the ocean, where you can freely sunbath.

Go for a swim, dive or snorkel. The reception desk is always at your service for renting vaults, snorkeling and diving equipment, car rental at convenient rates; also phone and fax facilities.

Babysitter can be provided on request. By browsing Curacao. More information about cookies and Privacy Policy. Reserve now. On a tropical island, where water is scarce and survival for flora and fauna is already hard, pollination is tougher than usual.

Bats are essential for the pollination of very important plants such as Datu and Kadushi cacti — while in turn the bats rely on those plants for their food.

Eight species of bats live on Curacao — from the sub-order Microchiroptera — and fall into three ecological groups:. Most bats live in caves and crevices, although some may also use tree roosts.

They do not attack people. They forage at night using their vision, smell, and their wonderful sonar system — echo-location, for prey such as mosquitoes.

Bats constitute the largest native group of mammals by number of species for Curacao, but their distribution and numbers have been declining.

Curacao now has just a few hundred individuals for the most common species; alarming figures which raise the issue of possible extinction.

The fact that bats are vital to the flora of the island underlines the importance of bio-diversity. Recent work has shown the key role bats play in the terrestrial ecosystem as the only principal pollinators of columnar cacti, which are a key food source for many species during dry periods.

Sun Reef has an excellent location, overlooking the Caribbean sea, in a beautiful, rural part of Curacao. The village of St. Michiel is nearby and the fascinating, historic city of Willemstad is just 5 miles away, a few minutes by car, a little longer by local bus.

You can easily enjoy the sightseeing and nightlife of this charming city. Michiel in Boca Sami, is a beautiful small village and the beach there is one of the most popular on Curacao.

Sun Reef is on a section of coast that is blessed with secluded coves, with soft sand beaches, very quiet and peaceful. The ocean here is calm, warm and very clear.

Anyone that enjoys the sea will love this part of the world. Divers and snorkellers should take full advantage of these bays to get to the reef close to shore.

Curacao has over 30 shore entry dive sites. Sun Reef Village is a small collection of bungalows and studios, set in tropical gardens, on a small cliff overlooking the ocean — just like a small village.

The bungalows are decorated in a Caribbean style giving you a comfortable and relaxing place for you to enjoy holiday.

They each have a fully equipped kitchen for you to self cater if you wish. Ideal for those who wish to completely unwind and be independent.

The bungalows have private gardens and sun decks which are very peaceful and quiet. The views over the ocean are sublime — and being able to dive jump off the sun deck straight into the crystal clear Caribbean Sea is very special.

Dolphins are frequently seen in the sea off Sun Reef — and each bungalow has a dolphin bell to alert you when this happens. Sun Reef is individual, well priced and centrally located on Curacao.

There is a super section of reef 30 metres from shore. The bungalows are, dotted about the resort, each with a small private garden. Individually and tastefully decorated, giving each one a unique character.

The bungalows are on a small cliff and many have super ocean views and access to the ocean. Sun Reef is very small — just 5 spacious studios and 8 bungalows all with a fully equipped kitchen, bathrooms and air conditioned bedrooms.

The use of natural materials terracotta, old bricks, coral stones, wood , give the bungalows a picturesque, rustic appearance. All bungalows and studios have: air-conditioning, refrigerator with freezer, radio, telephone, internet connection and barbecue.

Sun Reef Garden Studios are air conditioned and have a King-size bed, bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet. Suitable for two people three with an extra bed and have a fully equipped kitchen, refrigerator with freezer, radio, telephone, internet connection and barbecue.

The studios have their own furnished, covered terrace. Studios are garden view, surrounded by a tropical garden and have access to the ocean from a wooden sun terrace.

Sun Reef One Bedroom Bungalows are air conditioned and have a King size bed in the bedroom, bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet.

Suitable for two people three with an extra bed. The bungalows have a large living room, fully equipped kitchen, gas hob and oven, refrigerator with freezer, radio, telephone, internet connection and barbecue.

Private garden with a furnished, covered terrace overlooking the sea. Sun Reef Two Bedroom Bungalows are air conditioned and the main bedroom has a King size bed with bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet.

Second bedroom has twin beds, bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet. Suitable for four people — five with an extra bed. The bungalows have a living room with sitting area, fully equipped kitchen, gas hob and oven, refrigerator with freezer, radio, telephone and internet connection.

Private garden with a furnished, covered terrace, barbecue and sun terrace overlooking the sea. Sun Reef Three Bedroom Bungalows are air conditioned and the main bedroom has a King size bed with bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet.

Second bedroom has a double bed, bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet. Third bedroom has twin beds and is accessed through the master bedroom.

Suitable for six people. The bungalows have a living room with sitting area, fully equipped kitchen, refrigerator with freezer, radio, telephone and internet connection.

Some two bedroom bungalows are garden view. The ocean front bungalows have a private garden and stairway to the Caribbean Sea apart from one of the one bedroom ocean front bungalows, which has an ocean view but no stairs.

Guests in this bungalow and in garden view studios can use the large sundeck, just a few feet off the ocean, from where they can swim and snorkel.

Selma, a long standing member of staff is happy to prepare local dinners for the guests or babysit. We work closely with the PADI 5 star dive centre nearby, a short walk from your accommodation.

It is a well organised dive operation offering the full range of PADI courses plus equipment to hire or buy.

Guided dives and boat dives are available. The custom built dive boats are comfortable and well equipped for the very short ride to the sites. Boats take very small groups, usually 6 — 8 divers and snorkellers.

At most sites there will be just you and few new friends — very relaxed and comfortable. However, boats do get booked up very easily.

Booking your diving, vehicle hire or other services with us, will save you money and is part of an ATOL protected holiday itinerary.

Any service you book with us will be ready and waiting for you on island — avoiding any possible disappointment. The island of Curacao is in the southern Caribbean Sea, 50 miles north of South America, 30 miles west of Bonaire and 50 miles east of Aruba.

Curacao has a unique character and fascinating heritage. The west coast of Curacao is 37 miles of beautiful, pristine coastline with 38 secluded coves with wonderful sandy beaches.

The beaches and bays are perfect for relaxing, usually shared with no more than a handful of people — ideal for shore diving and water sports.

The Caribbean Sea is known for its warm, clear water and abundance of colourful reef creatures. The open ocean coasts are often visited by larger ocean roaming creatures like sharks, dolphins and whales.

Curacao shares the same wonderful ocean conditions as Bonaire. Tropical water temperature, superb visibility and an enormous diversity of marine life, around species of fish and the greatest abundance of fish in the Tropical Western Atlantic.

Curacao is world famous for its shore diving. Exceptionally easy ocean conditions and easy access to the ocean, make Curacao a perfect place for divers and snorkellers — in fact anyone who wants to enjoy the ocean.

Curacao has a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere in which you can enjoy the very best snorkelling and diving. The Curacao Marine Park, was established in The boundary is high water to 60 metres deep.

Strict protection of the ocean and the reef has resulted in Curacao having some of the best reefs in the Caribbean.

Klein Curacao boat dive — Klein Curacao is a small island 7 miles south-east of Curacao. Divers, snorkellers and sun lovers will love this uninhabited, desert island.

You can dive, swim, snorkel, or just relax on the soft white sand beach. Klein Curacao is known for its Turtle population and lots of other marine species.

Volcanic activity pushed this coral island out of the ocean and formed one of the most spectacular reefs in the Caribbean.

Easy access to the warm, clear, calm ocean sounds like paradise. The diving on Curacao is exciting and rewarding, for divers of all capabilities.

The coral reef is decorated with beautiful sponges, gorgonians and sea fans. In places the sea bed has entire forests of brightly coloured sponges, giant barrel sponges, tube sponges, orange elephant ear sponges, purple stove pipe sponges and many others.

Some sections of coast have a double reef system and the shelf is like an aquarium, over species in less than 4m feet of water. Some coral is exposed at low water, the adventure starts in ankle deep water, even non-swimmers can enjoy the wonderful fish and coral formations.

Curacao has some wrecks in shallow water, which can be enjoyed by divers and snorkellers of all levels. The Superior Producer is the big one, for experienced divers, sitting upright in 30 metres of water.

The Tug Boat a few metres off shore, and a few metres down, is the iconic Curacao wreck pictured everywhere. Lots of interesting debris can be found at various wreck sites.

Old anchors, big propellers, anchor chains, canon etc. The car wrecks are there to create artificial reefs, some cars date back the to the s, and these sites provide some unusual photo opportunities.

Curacao has some nice walls with lush coverage due to the supply of nutrients from the open sea, which also encourages larger fish to visit. Walls start around 25 metres out, in 7 to 8 metres of water, dropping off to more than 90 metres.

There are some excellent drift dives and the opportunity to dive the Atlantic Ocean coast, the rugged east coast. Large schools of colourful reef fish are everywhere.

Keep an eye of the deep blue for larger species like manta rays, sharks, wahoo and tuna. You should spot, and may be joined, by a passing pod of dolphin.

One of our clients encountered a hammerhead on Curacao and a whale shark has also been seen. So, you never know. Bioluminescent organisms are a beautiful spectacle.

The conditions here provide a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the magnificence of the coral reef at night. Curacao has a parallel fringing reef, very easy to navigate.

The sandy shelf gently slopes to the reef and its excellent wall dives. The drop off is usually around 25 metres from shore — the length of a swimming pool — and very shallow, about 10 metres down.

This small island has over 60 excellent dive sites, most within a few metres of the shore. Diving on Curacao is mainly from the shore, over 40 shore entry sites, all of which are excellent snorkelling sites too.

To make the most of that diving freedom our dive holiday itineraries include unlimited air — as much as you want. We also recommend hiring a vehicle, which we can arrange as part of your itinerary.

You can often park within a few metres of the ocean, sit on the tailgate to get kitted up and walk into the ocean. It is as easy as that!

The south west coast, where most diving takes place, has virtually no currents, 38 miles of beautiful bays with superb beaches, all excellent shore diving and snorkelling sites.

Each site is clearly marked. Most of the accommodation we offer is along this coast. Curacao is only 38 miles by around 8 miles across.

Wherever your accommodation is located, you will always be close to a site and spoilt for choice.

Almost every resort has facilities for divers, lockers, rinse tanks, refill stations, etc. Photographers love the variety of features and marine life.

The shallow water allows lots of natural light and the absence of serious currents makes the process a lot easier.

There are many photographic specialists on island and some run photographic courses. Snorkellers will enjoy the easy conditions, warm clear water and the lack of currents along the south west coast.

The reef is close to shore in shallow water, with a wonderful variety of colourful tropical creatures and underwater features clearly visible from the surface.

Some of the best snorkelling in the world. There are guided snorkel trips and snorkellers are welcome to join the dive boats.

Although not essential, dive boats can be useful to access some secluded coves. Custom boats take small groups, usually around 6 — 8 divers and snorkellers, on the short ride to the sites, 2 or 3 times per day.

At most sites there will be just you and a few new friends — very relaxed and comfortable. As these are small groups, availability is limited.

Any diving you wish to do should be booked before your arrival on island. Curacao has a dry climate, no rivers, so the ocean is clear of silt.

There is little tidal variation and for almost the entire length of the south-west coast, there are no serious currents.

As a tropical island, there is no major seasonal change in the weather and Curacao is outside the hurricane belt. The island has around 22 inches of rain each year, falling in short-lived tropical storms, in the later part of the year.

The weather rarely delays any diving — diving on Curacao is almost days of the year. Divers will be comfortable in a 3mm shortie.

The island has two decompression chambers, one of which is the largest in the Caribbean. Diving Freedom is the culture on Curacao but that only means that you have that freedom if you choose.

No one will follow you around, or tell you what to do, but if you need help and advice — just ask. Guides are available and boat dives are not expensive — and very easy way to go with a small group and have a guide along.

Curacao is ideal for families and groups juggling the wishes of divers and non-divers. There is a lot to do and lots of beaches, for doing nothing much.

The weather and relaxed atmosphere are ideal for children. Dive sites are close to shore, you are not away for long, and you decide how long you will dive for.

Good for families looking for something special — away from the commercialised tourist traps. There is no mass tourism industry, but lots for non-divers to see and do.

With a vehicle there is plenty to explore on the island. We work closely with the dive centres on Curacao who have everything divers and snorkellers might need.

They offer boat diving, guided dives, night dives, equipment for sale or hire and instruction courses for all levels, including complete beginners and youngsters.

Curacao a great place to learn or take a referral or refresher course. We tailor-make holiday itineraries, which can include all your diving requirements, to ensure you get the best from your diving holiday.

We know how the diving works and have prices lower than you would pay on island. On a small island services like diving, instruction courses, excursions, vehicle hire etc.

It is important to reserve any services you may want for your holiday, before you arrive on Curacao. Booking with us saves you money and ensures those services are available to you when you arrive on island, avoiding any disappointment.

Those services then become part of your ATOL protected holiday itinerary. Curacao is a small tropical island in the Caribbean Sea — just 38 miles long by 6 miles — 38 miles of beautiful coastline with 38 beautiful coves and beaches.

The comfortable ocean conditions make it a wonderful place for anyone that wants to enjoy the ocean.

The reef and ocean are strictly protected by law and marine habitats are in excellent, healthy condition, with a huge variety of marine life in shallow water.

The shallow depth of the reef and remarkably clear water, will give you a view of the underwater world you will not see in other places in the world.

Like neighbouring Bonaire, the ocean around Curacao has more species of fish, than anywhere else in the Western Atlantic. Over species of fish, some new species, have been logged by researchers in the ocean around Curacao.

Amongst other sponges: green finger sponges, giant orange elephant ear sponges, rope sponges, lavender stove-pipe sponges mustard yellow tube sponges.

When you book with us we will send you a specially commissioned fish card showing the marine life you can expect to see. The sandy, gently sloping sea bed, out to the reef, is a wonderful place for snorkellers to enjoy the amazing marine life.

Over species of fish, and many other forms of marine life, inhabit the shallow, crystal clear water from the shore to the reef — like an aquarium packed full of life.

The calm water makes it very comfortable for snorkellers. The coral starts at low water mark — ankle deep. Coral formations and colourful fish beautiful parrot fish etc.

Even non-swimmers, can stand in the water, put on a mask and see the coral, colourful tropical fish, delicate sea fans, brightly coloured sponges etc.

The ocean is usually calmer than the average swimming pool — and almost as warm. It is around 8 to 12 metres deep in crystal clear water and, with visibility up to 40 metres, snorkellers get an excellent view of the reef and its diverse, colourful marine life, its creatures and wrecks — in some of the easiest ocean conditions you will ever experience.

The coral reef is a parallel fringing reef. It runs unbroken the length of this 37 mile long island and is easy to navigate.

You can snorkel pretty much wherever you can get into the water on Curacao. Curacao, like Bonaire, is famous for its numerous shore diving sites.

Curacao has over 60 official dive sites — on a very small island — and is recognised as one of the best diving destinations in the world for its spectacular underwater world.

All the shore entry sites are along the calm, south western coast. These sites will have special features or creatures — many have received awards and recommendations from dive magazines around the world — voted for by divers.

They give divers a huge amount for freedom to dive without needing a dive boat. All this makes the shore dive sites perfect for snorkellers. They are clearly marked, on island and on maps, and show snorkellers the best places to snorkel up and down the coast.

Curacao is a wonderful opportunity for snorkellers to enjoy some of the best underwater sites in the world — a rare treat. Snorkellers can join the divers in their family or group, at the same sites — and enjoy their holiday together.

Curacao has 38 very pretty, secluded bays or coves along the south western shoreline. Most sites can be reached from one of these beautiful bays.

Some are very small and secluded, others are larger, with long beaches, snack bars, car parks and other facilities like showers.

These bays are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the ocean. There is no mass tourism on Curacao and many of these small bays will be deserted or very quiet.

They offer very easy access to the ocean, and with few other people around, you can do what you want in peace and quiet.

The small size of Curacao means that you are never far from a great beach — and wonderful snorkelling.

Good for groups and families, where some may want to enjoy the ocean and others just want to relax. We recommend hiring a vehicle to give you the freedom to explore as you wish.

Some sites are accessed from a beach — some are down a few steps from a dock. Some sites, as you would expect on a coral island can be a little rocky — but with so many to choose from there is more than enough to keep you happy.

However, with a little foot protection these sites will not be a problem. The reef is very close to shore so no need for lots of boat trips, but you might like to visit some of the harder-to-get-to bays — usually less than 15 minutes on a boat.

There will be a dive operator at your resort or very close to your accommodation. Always take a towel and your swimming gear.

Even dives sites best accessed by boat are not in deep water and providing the ocean conditions allow, still suitable for snorkellers.

Curacao has some world famous underwater sites — which are easy for snorkellers to enjoy. The superb Mushroom Forest a remarkable sight — an extensive area of the sea floor is covered by coral — eroded around the base — making spectacular mushroom shaped coral formations.

Rated by UK dive magazines as one of the top ten sites in the world. The Tug Boat Wreck — close to shore in a protected bay, is overgrown with tube sponges and brain coral, the Tugboat is a perfect site for snorkellers.

Double Reef System — along the coast from the central area towards the north west of the island there is a double reef system.

This are is often visited by marine biologists from around the world because of the unique habitat it provides to a large diversity of marine life, a huge number of creatures, coral features and large, colourful sponges.

The double reef section is fascinating and provides many nice surprises. Guides are available and boat trips are not expensive — and very easy way to go with a small group and have a guide along.

Be warned — the conditions are so easy many snorkellers take a try dive — then get the bug for diving! Ocean conditions are perfect for snorkelling.

Water visibility is up to 40 metres, which means snorkellers get a fantastic view of the whole underwater world.

The island is outside the hurricane belt. You can snorkel on Curacao almost every day of the year. For almost the entire length of the south-west coast there are little or no currents.

Exceptionally easy ocean conditions make Curacao perfect for swimmers, snorkellers, divers, in fact anyone who wants to enjoy the wonderful Caribbean Sea.

As you approach the tips of the island, the open ocean has more affect, these areas will have some currents. Photographers love the macro life on Curacao as the sunshine provides excellent light in the clear shallow water.

There are many photographic specialists — who also run courses — on the island. Cameras are available for hire.

The Curacao Marine Park, also known as the Curacao Underwater Park was established in on the south western coast of the island.

The seaward boundary is the metre mark and on the shore the boundary is the high-water mark. The Park covers a total surface area of hectares acres of reef and hectares If you want to take some boat trips, special courses or excursions, you should book in advance.

Boat trips and excursions are in small groups and can get booked up. We recommend hiring a vehicle to visit various sites along the coast and explore the island.

We have the best rates for vehicle hire and we have worked with a reliable hire company for over 10 years. Booking your on-island services with us is a little cheaper and we can include that into your ATOL protected holiday itinerary.

We have worked closely with hotels, vehicle hire companies and dive centres on the island for many years. Curacao has a spectacular underwater world.

Warm, nutrient-rich water and a pristine coral reef are a perfect habitat for many hundreds of species of colourful and fascinating marine creatures.

Tropical water temperature, superb visibility and around species of fish, as well as the largest number of fish in the Tropical Western Atlantic.

Exceptionally easy ocean conditions and easy access to the ocean, make Curacao a perfect place for anyone who wants to enjoy the ocean.

Curacao has an ideal location in the southern Caribbean Sea, with its south west coast facing the Caribbean Sea and the north east coast facing the Atlantic Ocean.

The Caribbean Sea is known for its wonderful reefs and colourful reef creatures. The south west coast has virtually no currents, 38 miles of beautiful bays with superb beaches, all excellent opportunities to enjoy the ocean.

The ocean and coastline of Curacao has been designated a protected marine park, from high water mark to 60 metres deep. The Curacao Marine Park was established in and this strict protection of the ocean and the reef has resulted in Curacao having some of the best reefs in the world.

Curacao has a parallel fringing reef close to shore. A sandy shelf gently slopes to the reef which is usually around 25 metres from shore about 10 metres deep.

The coral forms caves, arches, overhangs and monumental formations in the shapes of pagodas or huge mushrooms and the largest pillar formations in the Caribbean.

The reef consists of all types of hard and soft coral — giant brain coral, elkhorn coral, fire coral, finger coral, pencil coral, pillar coral, star coral, lettuce coral, flower corals, sheet coral and staghorn coral.

Mountainous formations of star coral and underwater peaks are covered with plate coral, star coral, wire coral and cup coral.

It is illegal to gather or sell items made from Black Coral. In areas like Black Coral Gardens these slow growing colonies are showing signs of recovery.

The coral reef is decorated with beautiful, highly coloured, sponges, gorgonians, sea whips, sea plumes and sea fans. In places the sea bed has entire forests of brightly coloured sponges, giant barrel sponges, rope sponges, tube sponges, orange elephant ear sponges, purple stove pipe sponges and many others.

Curacao has some dramatic reef walls with lush coverage due to the supply of fresh nutrients from the open sea, which encourages larger fish to visit.

Large schools of colourful reef fish are everywhere around the reef but keep an eye of the deep blue for larger, ocean roaming species like barracuda, sunfish, manta rays, wahoo and tuna.

Look out for trumpet and cornet fish swimming head down, masquerading as a gorgonian, waiting for a victim.

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Sea Horse 1 Bedroom The Caribbean styled bungalow is situated on a clip, a few meters above sea level.

Oceanfront Houses. Grouper 3 Bedroom The 3 bedroom 2 bathrooms oceanfront house Grouper is located next to the main complex with its own entrance.

Tarpon 3 Bedroom The 3 bedroom 2 bathrooms oceanfront house Grouper is located next to the main complex with its own entrance. Flintstone 2 Bedroom The 2 bedroom 2 bathrooms oceanfront house Grouper is located next to the main complex with its own entrance.

Private garden with a furnished, covered terrace, barbecue and sun terrace overlooking the sea. Sun Reef Three Bedroom Bungalows are air conditioned and the main bedroom has a King size bed with bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet.

Second bedroom has a double bed, bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet. Third bedroom has twin beds and is accessed through the master bedroom.

Suitable for six people. The bungalows have a living room with sitting area, fully equipped kitchen, refrigerator with freezer, radio, telephone and internet connection.

Some two bedroom bungalows are garden view. The ocean front bungalows have a private garden and stairway to the Caribbean Sea apart from one of the one bedroom ocean front bungalows, which has an ocean view but no stairs.

Guests in this bungalow and in garden view studios can use the large sundeck, just a few feet off the ocean, from where they can swim and snorkel.

Selma, a long standing member of staff is happy to prepare local dinners for the guests or babysit. We work closely with the PADI 5 star dive centre nearby, a short walk from your accommodation.

It is a well organised dive operation offering the full range of PADI courses plus equipment to hire or buy. Guided dives and boat dives are available.

The custom built dive boats are comfortable and well equipped for the very short ride to the sites.

Boats take very small groups, usually 6 — 8 divers and snorkellers. At most sites there will be just you and few new friends — very relaxed and comfortable.

However, boats do get booked up very easily. Booking your diving, vehicle hire or other services with us, will save you money and is part of an ATOL protected holiday itinerary.

Any service you book with us will be ready and waiting for you on island — avoiding any possible disappointment.

The island of Curacao is in the southern Caribbean Sea, 50 miles north of South America, 30 miles west of Bonaire and 50 miles east of Aruba.

Curacao has a unique character and fascinating heritage. The west coast of Curacao is 37 miles of beautiful, pristine coastline with 38 secluded coves with wonderful sandy beaches.

The beaches and bays are perfect for relaxing, usually shared with no more than a handful of people — ideal for shore diving and water sports. The Caribbean Sea is known for its warm, clear water and abundance of colourful reef creatures.

The open ocean coasts are often visited by larger ocean roaming creatures like sharks, dolphins and whales. Curacao shares the same wonderful ocean conditions as Bonaire.

Tropical water temperature, superb visibility and an enormous diversity of marine life, around species of fish and the greatest abundance of fish in the Tropical Western Atlantic.

Curacao is world famous for its shore diving. Exceptionally easy ocean conditions and easy access to the ocean, make Curacao a perfect place for divers and snorkellers — in fact anyone who wants to enjoy the ocean.

Curacao has a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere in which you can enjoy the very best snorkelling and diving.

The Curacao Marine Park, was established in The boundary is high water to 60 metres deep. Strict protection of the ocean and the reef has resulted in Curacao having some of the best reefs in the Caribbean.

Klein Curacao boat dive — Klein Curacao is a small island 7 miles south-east of Curacao. Divers, snorkellers and sun lovers will love this uninhabited, desert island.

You can dive, swim, snorkel, or just relax on the soft white sand beach. Klein Curacao is known for its Turtle population and lots of other marine species.

Volcanic activity pushed this coral island out of the ocean and formed one of the most spectacular reefs in the Caribbean.

Easy access to the warm, clear, calm ocean sounds like paradise. The diving on Curacao is exciting and rewarding, for divers of all capabilities.

The coral reef is decorated with beautiful sponges, gorgonians and sea fans. In places the sea bed has entire forests of brightly coloured sponges, giant barrel sponges, tube sponges, orange elephant ear sponges, purple stove pipe sponges and many others.

Some sections of coast have a double reef system and the shelf is like an aquarium, over species in less than 4m feet of water.

Some coral is exposed at low water, the adventure starts in ankle deep water, even non-swimmers can enjoy the wonderful fish and coral formations.

Curacao has some wrecks in shallow water, which can be enjoyed by divers and snorkellers of all levels. The Superior Producer is the big one, for experienced divers, sitting upright in 30 metres of water.

The Tug Boat a few metres off shore, and a few metres down, is the iconic Curacao wreck pictured everywhere. Lots of interesting debris can be found at various wreck sites.

Old anchors, big propellers, anchor chains, canon etc. The car wrecks are there to create artificial reefs, some cars date back the to the s, and these sites provide some unusual photo opportunities.

Curacao has some nice walls with lush coverage due to the supply of nutrients from the open sea, which also encourages larger fish to visit.

Walls start around 25 metres out, in 7 to 8 metres of water, dropping off to more than 90 metres. There are some excellent drift dives and the opportunity to dive the Atlantic Ocean coast, the rugged east coast.

Large schools of colourful reef fish are everywhere. Keep an eye of the deep blue for larger species like manta rays, sharks, wahoo and tuna.

You should spot, and may be joined, by a passing pod of dolphin. One of our clients encountered a hammerhead on Curacao and a whale shark has also been seen.

So, you never know. Bioluminescent organisms are a beautiful spectacle. The conditions here provide a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the magnificence of the coral reef at night.

Curacao has a parallel fringing reef, very easy to navigate. The sandy shelf gently slopes to the reef and its excellent wall dives. The drop off is usually around 25 metres from shore — the length of a swimming pool — and very shallow, about 10 metres down.

This small island has over 60 excellent dive sites, most within a few metres of the shore. Diving on Curacao is mainly from the shore, over 40 shore entry sites, all of which are excellent snorkelling sites too.

To make the most of that diving freedom our dive holiday itineraries include unlimited air — as much as you want.

We also recommend hiring a vehicle, which we can arrange as part of your itinerary. You can often park within a few metres of the ocean, sit on the tailgate to get kitted up and walk into the ocean.

It is as easy as that! The south west coast, where most diving takes place, has virtually no currents, 38 miles of beautiful bays with superb beaches, all excellent shore diving and snorkelling sites.

Each site is clearly marked. Most of the accommodation we offer is along this coast. Curacao is only 38 miles by around 8 miles across. Wherever your accommodation is located, you will always be close to a site and spoilt for choice.

Almost every resort has facilities for divers, lockers, rinse tanks, refill stations, etc. Photographers love the variety of features and marine life.

The shallow water allows lots of natural light and the absence of serious currents makes the process a lot easier.

There are many photographic specialists on island and some run photographic courses. Snorkellers will enjoy the easy conditions, warm clear water and the lack of currents along the south west coast.

The reef is close to shore in shallow water, with a wonderful variety of colourful tropical creatures and underwater features clearly visible from the surface.

Some of the best snorkelling in the world. There are guided snorkel trips and snorkellers are welcome to join the dive boats.

Although not essential, dive boats can be useful to access some secluded coves. Custom boats take small groups, usually around 6 — 8 divers and snorkellers, on the short ride to the sites, 2 or 3 times per day.

At most sites there will be just you and a few new friends — very relaxed and comfortable. As these are small groups, availability is limited.

Any diving you wish to do should be booked before your arrival on island. Curacao has a dry climate, no rivers, so the ocean is clear of silt.

There is little tidal variation and for almost the entire length of the south-west coast, there are no serious currents. As a tropical island, there is no major seasonal change in the weather and Curacao is outside the hurricane belt.

The island has around 22 inches of rain each year, falling in short-lived tropical storms, in the later part of the year.

The weather rarely delays any diving — diving on Curacao is almost days of the year. Divers will be comfortable in a 3mm shortie.

The island has two decompression chambers, one of which is the largest in the Caribbean. Diving Freedom is the culture on Curacao but that only means that you have that freedom if you choose.

No one will follow you around, or tell you what to do, but if you need help and advice — just ask. Guides are available and boat dives are not expensive — and very easy way to go with a small group and have a guide along.

Curacao is ideal for families and groups juggling the wishes of divers and non-divers. There is a lot to do and lots of beaches, for doing nothing much.

The weather and relaxed atmosphere are ideal for children. Dive sites are close to shore, you are not away for long, and you decide how long you will dive for.

Good for families looking for something special — away from the commercialised tourist traps. There is no mass tourism industry, but lots for non-divers to see and do.

With a vehicle there is plenty to explore on the island. We work closely with the dive centres on Curacao who have everything divers and snorkellers might need.

They offer boat diving, guided dives, night dives, equipment for sale or hire and instruction courses for all levels, including complete beginners and youngsters.

Curacao a great place to learn or take a referral or refresher course. We tailor-make holiday itineraries, which can include all your diving requirements, to ensure you get the best from your diving holiday.

We know how the diving works and have prices lower than you would pay on island. On a small island services like diving, instruction courses, excursions, vehicle hire etc.

It is important to reserve any services you may want for your holiday, before you arrive on Curacao.

Booking with us saves you money and ensures those services are available to you when you arrive on island, avoiding any disappointment. Those services then become part of your ATOL protected holiday itinerary.

Curacao is a small tropical island in the Caribbean Sea — just 38 miles long by 6 miles — 38 miles of beautiful coastline with 38 beautiful coves and beaches.

The comfortable ocean conditions make it a wonderful place for anyone that wants to enjoy the ocean. The reef and ocean are strictly protected by law and marine habitats are in excellent, healthy condition, with a huge variety of marine life in shallow water.

The shallow depth of the reef and remarkably clear water, will give you a view of the underwater world you will not see in other places in the world.

Like neighbouring Bonaire, the ocean around Curacao has more species of fish, than anywhere else in the Western Atlantic.

Over species of fish, some new species, have been logged by researchers in the ocean around Curacao. Amongst other sponges: green finger sponges, giant orange elephant ear sponges, rope sponges, lavender stove-pipe sponges mustard yellow tube sponges.

When you book with us we will send you a specially commissioned fish card showing the marine life you can expect to see.

The sandy, gently sloping sea bed, out to the reef, is a wonderful place for snorkellers to enjoy the amazing marine life.

Over species of fish, and many other forms of marine life, inhabit the shallow, crystal clear water from the shore to the reef — like an aquarium packed full of life.

The calm water makes it very comfortable for snorkellers. The coral starts at low water mark — ankle deep. Coral formations and colourful fish beautiful parrot fish etc.

Even non-swimmers, can stand in the water, put on a mask and see the coral, colourful tropical fish, delicate sea fans, brightly coloured sponges etc.

The ocean is usually calmer than the average swimming pool — and almost as warm. It is around 8 to 12 metres deep in crystal clear water and, with visibility up to 40 metres, snorkellers get an excellent view of the reef and its diverse, colourful marine life, its creatures and wrecks — in some of the easiest ocean conditions you will ever experience.

The coral reef is a parallel fringing reef. It runs unbroken the length of this 37 mile long island and is easy to navigate.

You can snorkel pretty much wherever you can get into the water on Curacao. Curacao, like Bonaire, is famous for its numerous shore diving sites.

Curacao has over 60 official dive sites — on a very small island — and is recognised as one of the best diving destinations in the world for its spectacular underwater world.

All the shore entry sites are along the calm, south western coast. These sites will have special features or creatures — many have received awards and recommendations from dive magazines around the world — voted for by divers.

They give divers a huge amount for freedom to dive without needing a dive boat. All this makes the shore dive sites perfect for snorkellers.

They are clearly marked, on island and on maps, and show snorkellers the best places to snorkel up and down the coast. Curacao is a wonderful opportunity for snorkellers to enjoy some of the best underwater sites in the world — a rare treat.

Snorkellers can join the divers in their family or group, at the same sites — and enjoy their holiday together.

Curacao has 38 very pretty, secluded bays or coves along the south western shoreline. Most sites can be reached from one of these beautiful bays. Some are very small and secluded, others are larger, with long beaches, snack bars, car parks and other facilities like showers.

These bays are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the ocean. There is no mass tourism on Curacao and many of these small bays will be deserted or very quiet.

They offer very easy access to the ocean, and with few other people around, you can do what you want in peace and quiet.

The small size of Curacao means that you are never far from a great beach — and wonderful snorkelling. Good for groups and families, where some may want to enjoy the ocean and others just want to relax.

We recommend hiring a vehicle to give you the freedom to explore as you wish. Some sites are accessed from a beach — some are down a few steps from a dock.

Some sites, as you would expect on a coral island can be a little rocky — but with so many to choose from there is more than enough to keep you happy.

However, with a little foot protection these sites will not be a problem. The reef is very close to shore so no need for lots of boat trips, but you might like to visit some of the harder-to-get-to bays — usually less than 15 minutes on a boat.

There will be a dive operator at your resort or very close to your accommodation. Always take a towel and your swimming gear.

Even dives sites best accessed by boat are not in deep water and providing the ocean conditions allow, still suitable for snorkellers. Curacao has some world famous underwater sites — which are easy for snorkellers to enjoy.

The superb Mushroom Forest a remarkable sight — an extensive area of the sea floor is covered by coral — eroded around the base — making spectacular mushroom shaped coral formations.

Rated by UK dive magazines as one of the top ten sites in the world. The Tug Boat Wreck — close to shore in a protected bay, is overgrown with tube sponges and brain coral, the Tugboat is a perfect site for snorkellers.

Double Reef System — along the coast from the central area towards the north west of the island there is a double reef system.

This are is often visited by marine biologists from around the world because of the unique habitat it provides to a large diversity of marine life, a huge number of creatures, coral features and large, colourful sponges.

The double reef section is fascinating and provides many nice surprises. Guides are available and boat trips are not expensive — and very easy way to go with a small group and have a guide along.

Be warned — the conditions are so easy many snorkellers take a try dive — then get the bug for diving! Ocean conditions are perfect for snorkelling.

Water visibility is up to 40 metres, which means snorkellers get a fantastic view of the whole underwater world. The island is outside the hurricane belt.

You can snorkel on Curacao almost every day of the year. For almost the entire length of the south-west coast there are little or no currents.

Exceptionally easy ocean conditions make Curacao perfect for swimmers, snorkellers, divers, in fact anyone who wants to enjoy the wonderful Caribbean Sea.

As you approach the tips of the island, the open ocean has more affect, these areas will have some currents. Photographers love the macro life on Curacao as the sunshine provides excellent light in the clear shallow water.

There are many photographic specialists — who also run courses — on the island. Cameras are available for hire.

The Curacao Marine Park, also known as the Curacao Underwater Park was established in on the south western coast of the island. The seaward boundary is the metre mark and on the shore the boundary is the high-water mark.

The Park covers a total surface area of hectares acres of reef and hectares If you want to take some boat trips, special courses or excursions, you should book in advance.

Boat trips and excursions are in small groups and can get booked up. We recommend hiring a vehicle to visit various sites along the coast and explore the island.

We have the best rates for vehicle hire and we have worked with a reliable hire company for over 10 years. Booking your on-island services with us is a little cheaper and we can include that into your ATOL protected holiday itinerary.

We have worked closely with hotels, vehicle hire companies and dive centres on the island for many years. Curacao has a spectacular underwater world.

Warm, nutrient-rich water and a pristine coral reef are a perfect habitat for many hundreds of species of colourful and fascinating marine creatures.

Tropical water temperature, superb visibility and around species of fish, as well as the largest number of fish in the Tropical Western Atlantic.

Exceptionally easy ocean conditions and easy access to the ocean, make Curacao a perfect place for anyone who wants to enjoy the ocean.

Curacao has an ideal location in the southern Caribbean Sea, with its south west coast facing the Caribbean Sea and the north east coast facing the Atlantic Ocean.

The Caribbean Sea is known for its wonderful reefs and colourful reef creatures. The south west coast has virtually no currents, 38 miles of beautiful bays with superb beaches, all excellent opportunities to enjoy the ocean.

The ocean and coastline of Curacao has been designated a protected marine park, from high water mark to 60 metres deep.

The Curacao Marine Park was established in and this strict protection of the ocean and the reef has resulted in Curacao having some of the best reefs in the world.

Curacao has a parallel fringing reef close to shore. A sandy shelf gently slopes to the reef which is usually around 25 metres from shore about 10 metres deep.

The coral forms caves, arches, overhangs and monumental formations in the shapes of pagodas or huge mushrooms and the largest pillar formations in the Caribbean.

The reef consists of all types of hard and soft coral — giant brain coral, elkhorn coral, fire coral, finger coral, pencil coral, pillar coral, star coral, lettuce coral, flower corals, sheet coral and staghorn coral.

Mountainous formations of star coral and underwater peaks are covered with plate coral, star coral, wire coral and cup coral.

It is illegal to gather or sell items made from Black Coral. In areas like Black Coral Gardens these slow growing colonies are showing signs of recovery.

The coral reef is decorated with beautiful, highly coloured, sponges, gorgonians, sea whips, sea plumes and sea fans.

In places the sea bed has entire forests of brightly coloured sponges, giant barrel sponges, rope sponges, tube sponges, orange elephant ear sponges, purple stove pipe sponges and many others.

Curacao has some dramatic reef walls with lush coverage due to the supply of fresh nutrients from the open sea, which encourages larger fish to visit.

Large schools of colourful reef fish are everywhere around the reef but keep an eye of the deep blue for larger, ocean roaming species like barracuda, sunfish, manta rays, wahoo and tuna.

Look out for trumpet and cornet fish swimming head down, masquerading as a gorgonian, waiting for a victim.

The bioluminescent organisms on the reef are a beautiful spectacle. Curacao has several wrecks, most in shallow water.

The Superior Producer is the big one, for experienced divers, upright in 30 metres. The Tug Boat , a few metres off shore and a few metres down, is the iconic Curacao wreck pictured everywhere.

It is overgrown with tube sponges and brain corals, star coral and Christmas tree worms. Old anchors, propellers, anchor chains, canon etc. The car wrecks are artificial reefs, some cars date back the to the s, providing habitats for a wide range of species.

The SS Oranje Nassau shipwreck was a steamship built in — now lying in shallow water covered by healthy corals, gorgonians and stony coral.

The Wreck of the Saba is covered in soft corals, sponges, cup corals and brain coral, home to many reef fish, gobies, blennies, damselfish etc.

The Saba was sunk to create an artificial reef and lies in just 10 metres of water. This tiny, volcanic island is 7 miles off the southeast coast of Curacao, known for its turtle population.

The island has protected beaches where green turtles lay their eggs. Young green turtles can usually be seen feeding off the grasses until they are big enough to venture further out to sea.

Reefs around the island are covered in gorgonians and sponges, interspersed with stony corals, while sea plumes and sea fans sway in the current in shallow water.

Lots of file fish, anemones, cleaner shrimp, lobster, large green morays, angel fish, surgeon fish, crab and flounders. Nutrient rich waters from the open ocean attract large schools of fish including large groupers, pods of dolphins, Creole wrasse, nurse sharks, manta rays and the rare midnight parrot fish.

An expansive area of Star and boulder coral, eroded around the base by clams, sponges and the ocean to form spectacular mushroom shaped domes.

An impressive sight. The sponge forest has some of the most spectacular sponges in the Caribbean. Colourful sponges adorn the sides of the sloping wall — orange elephant ears sponges, purple stove pipe sponges, rope sponges, giant barrel sponges, tube sponges and many others.

Curacao has a lot to offer visitors of all ages and tastes. Curacao is off the beaten track for people from the UK and a new destination for most people from the UK — more interesting — more exciting.

Curacao, like neighbouring Bonaire, has generally opposed commercial development to protect its character and natural habitats.

A key feature of the Dutch Caribbean islands is being able to enjoy various activities — if you want — when you want — at your own pace and in your own time.

Activities are offered in a friendly, individual way — no crowds — no regimented timetables. An exhilarating change from feeling like part of a tourist package.

You will enjoy the activities and sights all the more — and hopefully tempted to try new things. Curacao has a very varied and interesting choice of activities to offer all its visitors.

Due the fabulous ocean conditions and the wonderful reef, close to shore, diving and snorkelling are the most popular activities on Curacao.

The proximity of the reef and the diving freedom means that you need not be away for long periods. Families and groups often have a problem keeping everyone happy.

Most diving is from the shore, divers and snorkellers have the freedom to dive when they like, where they like and for as long as they like.

This diving freedom and the variety of activities available, plus the ease of getting to those activities, means that Curacao has something special for both divers and non divers to enjoy.

Please see the diving and snorkelling pages on the main island banner for more information. Curacao is famous for its 38 picturesque coves with white sand beaches and crystal clear blue water.

These bays are dotted all along the sheltered south coast. The public beaches are free, easy to find, each beach has its own distinctive charm.

These bays and beaches are very quiet — great for relaxing and doing nothing. They are also excellent snorkelling and shore diving sites.

Please see sightseeing page for a short list of some the excellent bays and beaches. Semi Submarine: an air-conditioned boat — marine life can be observed through glass walls.

Substation Curacao, a submarine descending to an extraordinary feet. You can also enjoy the mangrove forest by kayak.

Charter a crewed boat, take a boat trip, or hire smaller craft yourself. The constant breeze makes sailing an exciting pleasure.

Many boat trips are on small craft — 12 people — with drinks and food provided. They often stop at inaccessible bays so you can snorkel.

These are usually a half day trip — and the afternoons are popular to see the sunsets from the ocean. The snorkelling is spectacular so boat trips that have a snorkel stop are highly recommended.

Great fun. Klein Curacao is a small uninhabited island off the coast of Curacao and boat trips here often include meals, barbecues or picnics. Great diving and snorkelling but also a quiet and interesting day out.

Horse Riding — easy riding on nature trails with a guide. Suitable for less experienced riders. Golf — great course on the low cliffs overlooking the ocean — you will need to swim for wayward tee shots!

Bird Watching — more than bird species — most common native birds are the Trupial and the Cuchubi, the Caribbean mocking bird, Ten Pin Bowling — Tropical Bowling Club has 10 lanes.

Indoor Karting — fast and furious — great fun Tennis — very popular — lots of courts around the island.

The parks are wilderness style — a natural habitat — which makes the walk around them interesting and exciting. The most popular method for exploring the island is to hire a vehicle, something we tend to do as standard for divers and snorkellers.

But the 4X4s are useful for exploring, in particular the more rugged parts of the island. You should always take a snorkel set!

Divers take the usual gubbins. We can arrange for you to collect and return these at the airport — so you can have a vehicle for the whole time you are on Curacao.

Scooters and motorcycles are also available for hire. Cycling — the island is relatively flat and the parks have lots of marked trails. Lots of good quality bikes for hire.

Guided tour around the Christoffel National park — a combination of beautiful nature and amazing historical sites. Buggy Hire — for off road tours — very popular for seeing the north east coast — the wild side — of the island.

Guided Tours — Dozens of tours of all descriptions, historical and natural sites — large areas of the island are given over to wilderness style parks.

We have worked closely with a tour company on Curacao for many years. They offer a wide choice of activities and island tours which we can include in your holiday itinerary.

There really are too many to list here. Ask us for further information. July Curacao Flag Day 26th. December Sinter Klaas — first gift giving day of Christmas Naturally some event dates vary year to year — dates given are an indication of when these events take place.

Curacao is a small island with lots to see. We recommend hiring a vehicle to get the best from this fascinating island — whether exploring or making the most of the 40 shore diving sites.

However you do it — the pace is always relaxed — no crowds — no rush — you can enjoy your sightseeing trip to the full.

Jeep Safaris are popular especially around the rugged North coast. There are a number of hiking tours with marked trails through the natural parks.

Willemstad, the capital of Curacao, is a charming and enthralling small city, dating back to the 17th century and is a UNESCO world heritage site with protected buildings.

It has a special atmosphere, old world yet very Caribbean, relaxed yet intensely interesting and exciting. You will see pictures of these houses, whenever you see a reference to Curacao!

Two bridges dominate Willemstad, linking the two halves of the city, Punda and Otrobanda. The Queen Juliana Bridge is the highest in the Caribbean, and soars high above the quayside of Willemstad.

Both very impressive in very different ways. Willemstad is a major attraction and there is every conceivable tour available. Those we have experienced, were at a comfortable pace and very interesting.

Willemstad has lots of hidden treasures, well worth a visit to this this colourful city. The culture and nightlife is easy to enjoy — no hustle and bustle.

The Mikve Israel Emanuel Synagogue , built in , the oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere — an interesting and impressive building.

Numismatic Museum , Punda: impressive collection of local coins and bank notes. Too many to list, most are natural attractions which can be explored by various means of transport, on your own or with a guided tour.

Curacao Sea Aquarium — underwater world accessible to everyone. Dolphin Academy — opportunity to meet dolphins and swim, snorkel or dive with these special animals.

Midden Seinpost Hill was used as a meeting place for Indian tribes. Ostrich Farm — one of the biggest Ostrich farms outside Africa Parke Tropical environment centre — children learn about the flora and fauna of Curacao Shete Boka National Park — with the natural bridge, Boca Pistol blowhole and more than 10 beautiful bays Boca where three species of turtle breed.

Boca Tabla is an impressive sight — huge waves strike down on an underground cave. Whether it is scenery, flora or fauna you enjoy — Christoffel Park is the place for nature lovers.

The park can be explored on foot, horseback, mountain bike or car. It has well-marked trails. Curacao is famous for its picturesque coves with white sand beaches and crystal clear blue water.

These bays are dotted all along the sheltered south coast, each one an excellent dive or snorkelling site. All beaches are public beaches.

There are far too many of these fabulous small bays to list here, but these are a few to look out for:. Boka St. Michiel: also known as Boka Sami — bay of a traditional fishing village west of Willemstad.

Jeremi: picturesque, quiet bay with exceptionally clear water. Kenepa: partly shaded by manchineel trees. Very popular and next door to Playa Abou Big Beach has several pergolas for shade and a large snack bar.

View from cliff is stunning. Kenepa Mansion nearby is also worth a visit. Playa Forti: Several snack bars, a restaurant and car park above the beach.

Playa Kalki: popular with snorkellers and divers and has a roped-off area with a floating platform. Snack bar and dive shop.

Playa Lagun: small white sandy beach with shade. Great spot for snorkelling — ideal for kids as the water is very shallow, calm and clear.

Santa Cruz is a wide sandy beach with towering palm trees — very popular for barbeques. Caracasbaai: east of Willemstad — fantastic snorkel site with the famous tugboat wreck.

Parking and a snack bar. Jan Thiel: — a super beach — dive centre — mini water park for children — Zanzibar restaurant.

Klein Curacao: small uninhabited island off the south west coast. Great diving, snorkelling and picnic place. For instance: Landhuis Daniel from the early s is now a super restaurant and Landhuis Brievengat is one of the finest.

Some of these have been converted into restaurants or galleries. These galleries promote local artists, which adds a whole new dimension, a connection with the locality, something unique about the art you will see.

Curacao has a lot of very interesting caves some with Indian cave drawings. The most impressive caves are The Hato Caves, formed below the sea level millions of years ago.

With a surface of about square metres, the caves have massive stalactites, stalagmites, lakes and Indian cave art.

Sightseeing tours of all descriptions. They offer an enormous range of activities and island tours which we can include in your holiday itinerary.

Curacao has a rich cultural diversity, due to its long history as a focal point of trade for the Caribbean. The atmosphere on the island is relaxed and friendly — you can explore and enjoy the nightlife on Curacao to the full.

Lots of entertainment and dining opportunities, for all tastes, around the island. This diverse culture produces a lot of variety.

Blues and jazz are local favourites, played by local musicians. Curacao has a lively night life, mainly in and around Willemstad, but other places like Mambo Beach offer visitors entertainment outside the capital.

Curacao has several casinos around the island. Teatro Luna Blou is a theatre that has various theatrical productions featuring, dance, music, drama etc.

There is a six screen cinema, should you wish to watch a film, with shows every evening. SALSA is a way of life here and Curacao has a number of dance academies, workshops and dance halls, where instructors of an international standard, from all over the Caribbean, help dancers including beginners, improve their technique.

Willemstad has a number of informal bars and clubs with live music, which stay open until the early hours. The fort area on the ocean, at the entrance to the quay in Willemstad, has a number of fine restaurants and clubs with live music.

Many hotels and restaurants, in Willemstad and around the island, have live music. The nightlife is never frantic, always low key, often ad hoc, which just adds to the pleasure.

Many of our customers delight in telling us of clubs and bars they have found, off the beaten track.

We always find dining on Curacao, interesting and enjoyable. Curacao has some superb restaurants with a wide variety of style and ambiance.

Something for all budgets and tastes. Willemstad offers everything from fast food to the superb Gouverneur de Rouville. All around the island you will find some real gems, serving excellent food, in a variety of styles, and in some unique and interesting settings.

From modern restaurants overlooking the ocean in Willemstad — to the impressive grace of the old colonial mansions — to small friendly cafes along the coast.

It is hard to describe the enjoyment of eating authentic Caribbean food on a balmy evening, in the courtyard of an old colonial mansion, in a wonderfully informal atmosphere.

The resorts will have quieter, more informal restaurants, often with an ocean view, and welcome non-resident guests. Very informal and very good value for money.

It is not expensive to eat out on Curacao. Just like the UK, prices vary from the fast food to some luxurious restaurants. However, prices are very reasonable, much the same as the UK, but the food is a lot more interesting!

The hotel has two wonderful restaurants. The Belle Terrace is, without doubt, one of the most romantic places to eat in the Caribbean. The Blues Restaurant serves very good food and is a Jazz Club, a very popular nightspot.

The last time we visited we were privileged to attend a concert by international artists, in the grounds of the hotel.

The Avila is always worth checking when on Curacao, even if you are not staying there. The quality of the food is excellent and at a reasonable price.

Due to its popularity, we recommend you book. You get a great view of some of those from the terrace.

Hard to beat! The Rif Fort — is a great setting and has several very good restaurants, clubs and bars within the old fort walls — some with wonderful views of the colourful houses along the handelskade quayside..

Mambo Beach — a few miles south of Willemstad, on SeaQuarium beach is the famous Mambo Beach, a lively spot, with two bars and two very good restaurants — serving an international cuisine.

Mambo Beach is busy and energetic. The bars play modern music each night and live bands most weekends. Jan Thiel Bay — a little further down the coast from Mambo Beach — a beautiful bay — not a nightspot as such, but it does have a great restaurant — the Zanzibar Restaurant and Bar — and a wonderful atmosphere — great place to eat and drink any time of the day.

Spanish Water — a large lagoon — near Jan Thiel Bay — several excellent restaurants along the shoreline.

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