Well, don’t sweat because we’ve created the perfect 7-day itinerary designed to make sure you enjoy the best that Curacao has to offer from a gastronomical, cultural and natural perspective, without having to rush.
Curacao’s main attractions are the stunning secluded beaches and crystal clear blue waters with pristine diving conditions but it is important to note everything else beyond the beaches.
A charming island in the Carribean with pristine beaches, delicious cuisine, and a warm community, Curacao has primarily been known as a cruise ship destination or a diving and snorkeling paradise. Aside from these popular activities, this postcardperfect island has so many other things to offer. In this article, we're giving you a rundown of the five trips and tours you can't miss while you're on the island of Curacao.
Scuba Lodge & Ocean Suites is located in the colorful and lively neighborhood of Pietermaai. This district is well known for its trendy spots, its cozy cafes, its colorful architecture, and the amazing restaurants. Below is a comprehensive list of must-sees, must-dos and handy-to-have-close within a 10-15 minute walking distance from Scuba Lodge.
The Caribbean has become synonymous with paradise. Over the years, Curacao has garnered tourists from all walks of life. Whether you’re just looking to unwind or craving adventure, you can bet the island can give you what you want. One of the things that unite tourists in this summer paradise is their fondness for good food. As you can rightly guess, the entire island is adorned with stunning food finds, but we've narrowed it down to the best ones.
Curaçao is a very tourist-friendly island and getting from one side of the island to the other is quite easy. There are different ways to explore and see the best spots the island has to offer. Here, we have listed some of the best traveling options for your next trip.
A lot of travelers look to Instagram and other social media sites to find great locations for their travel destinations. With the instant sharing of information and travel photos, it can be difficult to find concealed spots off the beaten path in famous tourist destinations.
The Caribbean is undisputedly every diver’s paradise. With its diversity, warm weather and fine scenery, traveling to this side of the world make you feel like you’re in a dream you don’t want to wake up from. But the underwater world of these islands are quite vast, so we’re going to let you in on one of its best-kept secrets and introduce you to the diving haven that is Curacao.
New experiences can often be daunting, especially in a foreign country. Scuba diving is one of those awe-inspiring activities that fill you with apprehension and nervous excitement all at the same time. Breathing underwater for the first time is an amazing experience that you will remember forever, this plus the combination of witnessing whimsical aquatic wildlife beyond the shores of Curacao is definitely a quest worth taking.
Scuba diving in Curacao offers the chance to see the highlights of the Caribbean ocean such as: hundreds of species of colorful fish, sea turtles, white sand beaches and pristine blue waters.
Curacao and Bonaire have been referred to as the unsung heroes of the Caribbean. Cast your eye over a map of the West Indies and you’ll see Bonaire and Curacao hanging out, just off the north coast of Venezuela. You may be more familiar with their sister island, Aruba, thanks to that popular Beach Boys song, but while it may take a little more effort to reference Bonaire and Curacao, just rewards await.
If you’re dreaming of taking a vacation with endless diving possibilities and experiences, you should look no further than to the island of Curacao. Rounding off the “C” in the ABC Islands: Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao - this island is much less tourist congested than its Caribbean brothers.
The efforts of Curaçao to save the planet go on year-round. Scuba Lodge Boutique Hotel & Ocean Suites started a monthly beach cleanup in 2017 and has been consistent in protecting the Caribbean reefs and keeping it clear of debris.
In the 1980s, Pietermaai 104 was abandoned and gradually began to deteriorate. Discover how this damaged building was carefully restored and returned to its former glory.
Ever since its building in the 1800s, the Merchants Villa has served both as a residential home and a commercial property. Since 2015, it's been fully operational as part of Scuba lodge.
The Presidents Home was built in 1848 on a narrow but deep plot in between Pietermaai and the ocean. What makes this building unique is the lacework sawed-out panels of the covered balcony.
Pietermaai 98 was built back in 1897. What immediately catches the attention is the positioning of the house on the parcel; it's not aligned with the neighboring buildings.
Pietermaai 96 was built in 1865. It's the former parental house of S.G.M. 'Boy' Rozendal, who was prime minister of the Netherlands Antilles from 1977 to 1979.