Clarion Hotel & Suites Curacao
Willemstad, Curacao, 0
Phone: (599) 9 433-6666
Fax: (599) 9 433-6602
The Hato Caves are situated in the Caribbean island of Curacao, and have been a popular tourist attraction. These 240-meter-(787 foot) long coral limestone caves are formed out of Karst processes. Visitors can enjoy and explore these fascinating show caves, Indian Trails, Cactus Garden and Iguana's (Island of dinosaurs). The guided tour to the cave takes 45 minutes. Check the website for more.
Dolphin Academy is not for the faint-hearted! Here is an opportunity to swim with one of nature's friendliest mammals, the dolphin. Offering courses and programs under the guidance of skilled experts, the academy bids to take interaction between man and nature to a whole new level. Dive across the Caribbean ocean as the graceful species glide by, in an exhilarating and breath-taking experience.
Nature lover or not, head to Curacao's largest park, the Christoffel. Rich in exotic flora and fauna, it prides itself on sightings of rare species and sessions of deer watching. Follow one of the many hiking trails or hop on a safari for an enchanting expedition and a truly unforgettable experience. The panorama of this slice of paradise is great, making it a hit among wildlife photographers, bird watchers, tourists and locals alike.
On the western coast of the island is Knip Bay, one of Curacao's most scenic locations. Known for its pristine sands and electric blue waters, it attracts throngs of tourists and locals alike. Unwind by the shore and soak in the sand, surf and sun, or if you're in a more adventurous mood, snorkel your way underwater for a glimpse of Caribbean marine life.