2. Go to the beach
There are 38 beaches in Curacao. Some of the popular beaches are:Playa Porto Mari – suitable for families and for swimmingCas Abao Beach – beautiful scenery surrounded by cliffs and has palapas (for shades), perfect for snorkelingPlaya Lagun – also perfect for snorkeling and has rocky cliffs and fishing boats tooBaluwbaai (Blue Bay) is only 10 miles from Willemstad and has lots of coral and tropical fish
Information: List of beaches in Curacao
3. Guided Safari tour to Christoffel National Park
Nature lovers would love a four-hour guided safari tour on either a land cruiser or truck to Christoffel National Park. The four-hour safari tour is available on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays starting at 8 a.m. But if you have a few days to spare, here are five things you can do at the park:Bird watchingDeer spottingHikingGuided mountain climbingCamping
Christoffel Park is Curacao’s largest national park and is home to the Curacao White-Tailed deer, barn owl, and the unique Palabrua wild orchids. The park offers Savant History Tour. This tour will take you to one of the oldest plantations in Curacao. Visit the Savant Museum, dams, wells, and more.
Information: Christoffel National Park
4. Visit Hato Caves
Though small, Hato Caves is rich in history. Inside are 1,500-year-old petroglyphs by the Amerindian Arawaks. During the Caribbean slave trading period, many slaves escaped and hid inside the cave. You’ll hear stories of the slaves while looking at the stalactites and stalagmites.
5. Join in the fun at the Ostrich Farm
Feed, touch, and ride on the biggest bird in the world. Curacao Ostrich Farm provides a farm tour on a safari jeep where kids and adults can learn about the life of an ostrich. There is a souvenir shop and restaurant on-site. The restaurant serves ostrich steak, stir-fried ostrich and sashimi of ostrich too.