Recently I completed an article on the Best Curacao Beaches in collaboration with ‘GettingStamped.com.’ While I recommend that you check out the full article on their website, here are some highlights.
Curacao is considered to have some of the nicest beaches in the Caribbean, and each beach has its unique qualities. There are beaches with:
- fine white sand.
- parties on the beach.
- great snorkeling and diving.
- remote locations in the West.
- snorkeling with the turtles in the wild.
- schools of squid to see while snorkeling or diving.
- fresh caught fish bought directly from the fisherman.
- water sports shops.
- gorgeous views.
- bars, restaurants and snack bars.
Staying in Curacao 9 times in the past 10 years, Tom and I visited many Curacao beaches, and I share my top 10 beach picks. Details of each beach, the draw for each beach, parking and beach fee information are all shared in the Best Curacao Beaches article.
Curacao offers so much more than most islands. Its main town, Willemstad, is an UNESCO world heritage site – it’s so cute, and filled with waterside restaurants. Curacao has many museums, and rich history crossing many cultures, maritime history, gorgeous natural environments, beautiful birds, and fish life.
I am excited about Curacao’s commitment to Sustainable Tourism and restoring the reefs. In the summer of 2018, we helped the Coral Restoration Foundation’s project on dives to maintain the reef nurseries. Check out their website.
Curacao is a great place for people who like variety, lots of activities, or for those prefer to relax on the beach. If you want to learn more check out our many posts on Curacao.