Some fun things to do in Curacao include sightseeing in Punda and Otrabanda, beaching, boating, snorkeling and dining, and enjoying the island's nightlife. Exploring the West End and Christoffel National Park are also great options.Continue Reading
The historic waterfront strip along Santa Anna Bay in Curacao is a favorite spot for professional photographers and visitors in general. Near the mouth of the harbor sits Rif Fort, a great place to start a walking tour of the island. Rif Fort has a number of dining and shopping options and is also located next to the Koningin Emmabrug Pontoon Bridge, which leads to the Punda district. The Punda district is the home of the Mercado Flotante, a thriving floating market with a wide selection of fruits, vegetables and fish.
With 38 gorgeous beaches, Curacao's finest sit in the West End. Beaches like Playa Jeremi are pristine and offer natural beauty with small crowds. Snorkeling is available right offshore, as is charter boat rental for sailing or diving. Outdoor restaurants and jazz clubs are accompanied by nightlife venues like martini bars.
The 4,450-acre Christoffel National Park is a wildlife preserve near the West End. Offering a variety of hiking trails, the park also includes the 1,240-foot Mount Christoffel, the island's highest point.Learn more about Geography