Curaçao Things to Do

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  • A pedestrian street in the old town
    A pedestrian street in the old town
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  • The Cathedral (I never saw the inside)
    The Cathedral (I never saw the inside)
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  • 1. Queen Emma Bridge

    The main tourist stand at the Emma Bridge (Punda side) connected me with Peter Trips. He is a sturdy Dutchman, nearly 30 years on Curacao, and offers several day and half day excursions. I took the...

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  • 2. Synagogue

    Apart from walking around that pretty island and admiring the bridge and the people selling fruits brought every day from Venezuela, I visited the Synagogue....

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  • 3. The Rif Fort

    The Rif fort was built in the early 19th century buy the Dutch to guard the harbour entrance. Today it is something of a mall that attractions patrons from the...

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  • 4. Wander Old Willemstad

    Willemstad has a gorgeous old town. Many of the buildings were constructed in the colonial Dutch manner in the early 18th century. The facades of these...

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  • 5. An absolute must!

    Make sure to visit the Kura Hulunda Hotel in Otrobanda. It is dozens and dozens of buildings that were renovated into a hotel, museum and conference center.It...

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  • 6. A pleasant walk...

    As mentioned before, I made my way in the daylight hours along towards the Avila Hotel. The walk from the heart of Punda along the Pietermaai and the Penstraat...

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  • 7. Feel like a Queen (or King) for an afternoon...

    I visited a very good, professional physical therapist, Milou Lindeman. Her wellness studio- Fysio Lindeman- is located just across from the Avila Hotel so...

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  • 8. Events around town...

    Finding one source for local events and special offers is a little tricky since there is not one source. The main publications to depend upon are, in order of...

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  • 9. Enjoy a Day Pass at the Hilton

    I thoroughly enjoyed my $15 day pass at the Hilton Curacao. The property is a bit worn but still serviceable. There is an attractive pool and two private...

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  • 10. Spa, Welzijn Spa Curacao

    Welzijn Spa is a recreational, health spa with Dr Fish. Dr. Fish is an adventurous experience with with health benefits. The spa is more oriented for group...

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  • 11. Shete Boka National Park

    Shete Boka National Park was definately one of the highlights of our trip. It is a series of 4 main inlets on the rocky north side of the island where powerful...

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  • 12. Loco Tours

    Loco Tour Bus sits outside Rif Fort , find the dude named rasta to take you on the tour...really chill bus ride all over the easter part of Curacao. You get to...

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  • 13. Hato Caves

    The remarkable carvings dating back as far as 1,500 years, make the Hato Caves in itself a very interesting site to visit. Add the knowledge that the caves were...

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  • 14. Fort Amsterdam and the Fort Church Museum

    UPDATE: This Fort Church museum has been totally renovated and expanded and was re-opened in September, 2007! The museum has also expanded the number and...

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  • 15. Remarkable Imagination - Sea Sculptures

    Just near the cruise ship pier but within 10 minutes of "downtown" Punda, you will find a type of sculpture and artwork that you have probably not seen...

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  • 16. Punda

    After exploring the little narrow streets, we found this little playground park not far behind the main streets of Handelskade and Breedestraat which seemed to...

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  • 17. Snorkeling is Great!

    November 2008 - We took a trip on a bus to the far side of the island from the cruise ship port on an excursion. The beach was very damaged by a recent storm. A...

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  • 18. Buy Ponche Kuba

    If you like sweet, tick, liqueur, or you like to buy as souvenir. You will like this.Don Jaime Sprock, a Caribbean merchant, went to Cuba where he sampled a...

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  • 19. OutdoorFloating Market

    While exploring Punda, don't miss the Floating Market, one of Curaçao's most famous and picturesque sights. Venezuelan merchants selling their fresh produce...

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  • 20. Curacao Liqeuer Factory

    Visit the factory. Try some samples. This liqueuer is made of the peels of Valencia orange contained an ethereal oil with an extraordinary pleasing fragrance....

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  • 21. Hato Caves

    This caves provided shelter for the Arawak indians 1,500 years ago. Later, slaves used this caves as hiding places, still you can see the smoke on the roof....

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  • 22. Scuba on the West Side of Curacao

    The west side of Curacao has several protected white sand beaches. The shore slopes gently to about 15 meters then drops off sharply creating a wall for coral...

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  • 23. Move over Mr. Stingray so I can feed the shark

    Okay, so maybe we aren't right in our minds, but swimming with the sting rays while trying to feed sharks and sea turtles was pretty amazing! We also swam with...

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  • 24. Aloë Vera

    Curacao has natural Aloe Vera plants. This world famous plant has natural healing powers!It can be used externally to treat various skin conditions such as...

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  • 25. Knip Beach

    Curacao beaches are paradise beaches.One of the biggest beach (wich is not very big) is Knip Beach (see picture) If you don't like crowded beaches, you might...

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