Old Labor House: Enjoy a tour, with your certified guide, of Kas di Pal'I Maishi, a traditional adobe house, built about 130 years ago, illustrating the way the Afro-Curacaoan rural population lived until about 1950. Visit the small museum with typical household artifacts from the past.
Shete Boka National Park: Visit one of the national parks on the island. Described as a "breathtaking natural wonder,” Shete Boka National Park sprawls across more than six miles of Curacao's North Coast, home to 10 pocket bays where various species of sea turtles are known to lay eggs. Hot spots within the park include Boka Tabla, which sees massive waves crashing into an underground cavern.
Playa Forti, West Point: Take a short break for a photo stop from the bus, where you can enjoy the beautiful view of the Caribbean Sea at Playa Forti.
Knip Beach: Make a short stop at the most beautiful, rural and undeveloped tropical beach on the island, with its unforgettable azure blue sea and white beach.
Salt Flats of Jan Kok: Curacao is a protected habitat for flamingos. Most days you will find a couple dozen wading through the salt flats of Jan Kok. You will have a brief photo stop from the bus to observe the brightly colored birds in their natural habitat.
Requirements & Restrictions: For safety reasons, guests with walking difficulties may not participate on this excursion.
What to Bring: Walking shoes.
Good to Know: Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.