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Publisher of lifestyle and travel magazines for Aruba, Curaçao, and St. Maarten / St. Martin

Dive Sites

Explore one of Curacao’s best shore dive sites, and one of the nicest dive spots on Curacao, discover Playa Kalki also called Alice in Wonderland. The name Kalki refers to the limestone found in the surrounding cliffs. Like a modern day Alice in Wonderland, you will uncover a world filled with wonders and surprises.

A favorite Curacao reef dive site is Barracuda Point (Punt'i Piku) which is covered in dense coral formations, that includes lovely gorgonians and massive boulder corals. In addition to the tiny creatures living in the reef, sea turtles are encountered often, as well as jacks.

This site is situated along the left (northwest) wall of the bay in front of the cliff-face. The site got its name from a long chain and anchor that is disappearing into the depth. Entrance is not easy and a long hike is required to the starting point where you can enter the water.

A typical Curacao diving spot which will begin on a sandy plateau which descends to a sloping reef. The best treat at the end of the dive will be the curious school of squid looking directly into your eyes.

A very special trip for divers only. They say that at Klein Curacao everything is bigger underwater and there is more of it. A true Caribbean dive location, pristine, unspoiled, and fun. This site can only be reached by boat. Lush gorgonians cover the site, together with hard corals and sponges.

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