Curacao Museum: Enjoy a guided tour through the museum and discover the impressive collection of contemporary cultural artifacts and artwork from nearly 400 years of island history.
Chobolobo Liqueur Factory: Landhuis Chobolobo is an iconic 19th century country mansion and one of Curacao's most renown tourist attractions. A guide will take you through the history of Curacao and the distillation process of the world-famous Blue Curacao Liqueur. Afterwards, try a sample of this famous liqueur and get some time to walk around, and buy a bottle if you wish.
Synagogue: Pass by the historical Mikve Israel-Emanuel Synagogue, the oldest synagogue in continuous use in the Western Hemisphere and take the best selfie at the famous Dushi Curacao sign.
Scharloo: Drive through the main street of this district, see its historical buildings, most of which are protected monuments, and learn about the Jewish heritage of the island. The Wedding Cake House is one of the must-sees.
Fort Nassau: Enjoy a 360° panoramic view of Curacao from this fort perched on the Sablica Hill. The fort tower houses the Vessel Traffic Control Center that ensures safe port operations and harbor traffic, while the fort itself is the location of one of Curacao’s best restaurants with magnificent views.
Souvenir Shopping: Take a guided walk with shopping opportunities at the Caribbean handcraft store and the famous Round Market.
Riffort Village: On the way back, stop at the Riffort Village, where you can get off the bus if you wish. Riffort is one of eight forts on the island and is part of Willemstad's city-harbor UNESCO World Heritage site. Now, it is the Otrobanda district's main tourist and shopping center. Enjoy some free time for shopping and walk back to the ship.
Accessibility: Tour is ambulatory accessible; you must be able to take a few steps (up/down) and walk short distances. Collapsible wheelchair or scooter can be stored, if advance notice is given; see the Shore Excursions desk on board.
Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age for liqueur tasting is 18 years and valid ID must be presented for verification.
What to Bring: Walking shoes. Valid ID for drinking age verification.
Good to Know: There are a lot of steps to climb to the fort. If you choose to get off the bus at Riffort Village to shop, you will need to walk back to the ship. The distance from Riffort Village to the ship is an approximate 0.4-mile walk, so please allow ample time.