Enjoy a unique experience with their dolphins and let their intimate and informative programs reveal the mammal behind the myth in a fun, informational, responsible and educational way. Experience real interaction with the coastal bottlenose dolphins in both spacious enclosures and the open sea.
Enjoy the real blue Curaçao. A visit to Curaçao Liqueur Distillery at Landhuis Chobolobo is a journey through local history. Enjoy signature cocktails, homemade gelato, and shop at the gift store. Take a guided tour, which includes a liqueur tasting and cocktail.
Nestled deep within the cliffs of a low limestone escarpment on Curaçao’s north coast are the Hato Caves. A visit to this subterranean world is like a trip back in time.
Originally a natural rainwater reservoir, during World War II, the Dutch and American marines and soldiers used this area for vehicle maintenance. There was always an abundance of water in this area and around the 1940’s trees and plants were cultivated and the park was known as "Plantentuin" (botanical garden).
This is an area adjoining the Christoffel Park covering more than 10 kilometers of the rocky wave-exposed north coast of the island and with some 10 pocket beaches where 3 species of sea turtles are known to lay eggs. The most well-known and favorite inlet for visitors is Boka Tabla. If you enjoy getting off the beaten path and into rugged countryside, you will love Shete Boka National Park.