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About Curacao

Curacao is a Southern Caribbean island with extensive coral reef formations along its coastline. Because of this, the island is a very attractive scuba diving destination. Curacao's has a semi-arid, sunny climate so diving takes place here all year round. Furthermore, the picturesque European-style architecture contrasts nicely with the islands' tropical vibe. The historic capital Willemstad is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. English is widely spoken on the island. Therefore, communication is easy and the dollar is freely circulated. Discover more by reading our blog story: Curacao. Can We Say Choices?


65 identified dive sites dot/encircle the island's coast line. As a result, boat dive sites are close by. Most scuba diving sites have moorings and little or no currents. However, some sites require drift or advanced diving experience. Abundant tropical Caribbean fishes, corals, sponges, and invertebrates means divers will encounter colorful reefs. So, underwater photographers will be busy too. Wreck, and deep diving are both available along the reefs and walls. Meanwhile, there are over 350 marine species and 60 coral types to observe. So, the green turtle, hawksbill turtle, as well as eels, triton’s trumpet, and queen conch reside here. Stingrays and sharks are also offshore residents of this island. Moreover, shore diving is done from 40 locations. therefore, both divers and snorkelers will be happy. Notable dive sites are Watamula, Paradise, Mushroom Forest, and Beacon Point. The island of Klein Curacao and the Superior Producer wreck are also quite popular.


Couples, groups, families and singles can have their choice of accommodations. Dive resorts, all-inclusive, apartments, large and small hotels dot the island. There are 8 museums to visit. The Maritime and National Archaeological Anthropological museums won't disappoint. Curacao Carnival and North Sea Jazz Festival are noteworthy events. The oldest synagogue in continuous use in the Western Hemisphere is here. Hike in Christoffel National park.  In addition, you can go cycling or take an adventure land tour. Most of all, enjoy a plethora of water sports when not scuba diving.

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