Ships dock at the Port of Willemstad on the Otrobanda side of the Santa Anna Bay. Large ships at the Mega Pier, smaller ships at Mathey Wharf.
The tap water is safe to drink and refreshingly good thanks to the seawater distillery.
Guaranteed stores in Punda and Otrobanda have jewelry, watches, and island gifts.
Shete Boka National Park
A magnificent sight not to miss where giant waves thunder into an underground cavern. It makes a spectacular photo op.
The 4,450-acre wildlife preserve is home to white-tailed deer, barn owls, blue iguanas, rare wild orchids, as well as 8 hiking trails.
Just north of Willemstad, these ancient limestone caves are filled with pools, waterfalls, and 1,500-year-old cave paintings.
Curacao Sea Aquarium
Kids of all ages will enjoy exploring the aquarium, watching live feeding shows, and handling sea creatures in the touch tank.
South of Willemstad, the Curaçao Sea Aquarium is a great stop for families. The shallow waters of adjacent Mambo Beach are perfect for small children...
Outside of Willemstad, there is plenty more to see, do, and explore on the island. Shore excursions are the best way to see what Curaçao has to offer...
Board a trolley for a historical tour through Willemstad. Start at Fort Amsterdam, then see Scharloo’s picturesque homes built during the 1880s. Continue to the Mikve Israel Emmanuel Synagogue, the oldest in continuous use in the Western Hemisphere.
Visit the historic Curaçao Winery, the Caribbean’s first vineyard, and enjoy a wine-tasting experience featuring locally produced vintages. Discover the unique differences between European and Caribbean vineyards with an experienced guide, followed by a scenic stop at the Rif Fort.
Crown of Light Specialty Shop
Heinen Delfts Blauw
Milano Diamond Gallery
The Yellow House
Tous & Swarovski Boutique
Dancing Diamonds by MDG
Hearts On Fire
Mark Henry Alexandrite
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