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Christoffel Park - This park was developed between 1972-1978 . This is the first and biggest park in the hands of Carmabi, a park with beautiful domestic flora and fauna, but also rich in culture and history.
Curacao Liqueur Factory - Since 1946, the home of the distillery Senior Co, which produces the famous Bleu Curacao. During the guided tour of the distillery you can also get a good impression of both the interior and exterior of the grounds. There is also a garden-restaurant with live music on weekends. Be sure to check out the displays of work from local artists.
Curacao Sea Aquarium - The Curacao Sea Aquarium was developed directly on the oceanfront with a healthy coral reef only a stone's throw from the entrance. This beautiful aquarium complex is one of the most unique in the world because of its 'open-water-system', which means that sea water is continuously pumped into the aquaria.
Hato Caves - The Hato Caves were formed below sea level millions of years ago. During the Ice Age the water level droped down and Curacao was born. The Hato cave covers an area of 4900 m2, and is the home to the beatiful limestone formations, romantic pools, waterfall and the famous Madonna statue. Also inside the Cave is a colony of seldom-seen long nose fruit bats.
Parke Tropikal Zoo - The Curacaoan zoo, on former plantation Cas Córà, is small but a lot of fun for children. It features tropical, Caribbean, but especialy Curacao plants, huge saaay trees, flowers and of course, inhabitants of the four legged, furry, feathered and scaly kind. There are monkeys, lions, bears, crocodiles, other mammals and many birds.
Courtesy Curacao Tourist Board
Fun Things to Do
Biking and Cycling - Curacao biking lovers will enjoy the island's different surroundings and countryside. Most organized trips don't follow surfaced roads, but travel along narrow off-road tracks. All guided tours should be arranged in advance. It is also possible to rent bikes or motorcycles and to map out your own route.
Bird Watching - More than 168 bird species have been registered on Curacao. At least 51 of these species are breeding birds, 71 are migrants from North America, 19 are visitors from South America, and 19 are seabirds. The most common of the native birds include the Trupial, a black bird with a bright orange underbelly and white swatches on its wings, and the Cuchubi, the Caribbean mocking bird.
Horseback Riding - Enjoy a private trip along unspoiled trails amidst Curacao's beautiful nature.
Windsurfing - Windsurfing on Curacao is windsurfing as it was meant to be -- riding a great surf on a clear blue sea!
Kite surfing - Kiteboarding or kitesurfing is the fastest-growing and most exciting water sport in the world. It's a mix of windsurfing, wakeboarding, surfing and parasailing. It's also an extreme sport, so be sure to get lessons from an island provider before trying it yourself.
Kayaking - Curacao has several professional organizations offering great kayaking tours. Each one provides a wide choice in variety -- from the Spanish Water with its many inlets and sea grass snorkel spots to a full day or sunrise or sunset trip along Curacao's coastline.
Golf Courses - The wonderful climate of Curacao offers the perfect atmosphere to play golf. Enjoy a round of golf at a fantastic Netherlands Antilles golf course.
Courtesy Curacao Tourist Board