Westpunt, the captivating westernmost region of Curaçao is renowned for its breathtaking beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters. While most of these stunning coastal gems are a 30-45 minute drive from Scuba Lodge, they are well worth the journey.
Among our top recommendations are Klein Curaçao, an idyllic island accessible only by boat, as well as Cas Aboa and Grote Knip. However, the list doesn't end there! With an array of remarkable beaches to explore, including Porto Marie, Lagun, Santa Cruz, Playa Piskado (also known as Playa Grandi), Daaibooi, and more, the possibilities for seaside adventures are endless.
Feel free to visit our reception where our friendly staff will be delighted to share our personal favorites and provide detailed directions to these stunning destinations. We can't wait to help you make the most of your beach-hopping escapades!
A day trip to Klein Curaçao is a must-do during your vacation. Klein Curaçao is a small island just off the coast of Curaçao. It consists of a pearly white beach, surrounded by blue sea with a spectacular reef and a beautiful underwater world. The island is uninhabited.
Klein Curaçao is only accessible by boat. Depending on which boat you take, the crossing takes between 45 minutes and 2 hours.
With its turquoise water, waving palm trees, and bright white sand, Cas Abao Beach is a favorite among locals and tourists. Whether you want to go swimming, snorkeling, or tanning, it's all possible at Cas Abao Beach. As a full-service beach, Cas Abao offers secured parking, restrooms, showers, and lockers for your valuables. There is also a restaurant & beach bar, and a palapa where you can enjoy relaxing massages.
Grote Knip, also known as Kenepa Grande, is one of the most well-known beaches on the island. And with good reason! This wide, sandy beach features crystal clear waters and boasts excellent views. After you have parked your car in the spacious parking lot, the ocean views will welcome you as you walk down the stairs to the beach.
Tip: Combine your visit to the Grote Knip (Big Knip) with a visit to the Kleine Knip (Small Knip)!