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.
Curacao Museum: Your certified tour guide will take you through the museum, a former military hospital built in 1853, and help you discover the impressive collection of contemporary sculpture in the garden and cultural artifacts from nearly 400 years of island history.
Hato Caves: Being more than 200,000 years old, the Hato Caves are the largest and most prominent caves on the island. Tour through the caves and see the famous Madonna statue, a colony of long-nosed fruit bats, impressive stalagmites, stalactites and a water pool.
Chobolobo Liqueur Factory: Landhuis Chobolobo is an iconic 19th century country mansion and one of Curacao's most renown tourist attractions. After your guide educates you on the distillation process, enjoy a free liqueur tasting and free time to walk around, and buy a bottle if you wish.
Willemstad: On the way back to the ship, take a scenic drive through Scharloo, with its historical buildings, most of which are protected monuments. Learn from your guide about the Jewish heritage on the island and later take in the breathtaking views crossing the Queen Juliana Bridge.
Requirements and Restrictions: Minimum age to drink is 18 years and must present a valid ID. This excursion requires a fair amount of walking and climbing stairs. In order to reach the entrance of Hato Caves, you’ll need to climb 49 steps, up and down. For safety reasons, guests with walking difficulties may not participate in this excursion.
What to Bring: Comfortable walking shoes. If drinking, must present your valid ID for verification.
Good to Know: Photography is limited to one area inside the caves. Guests may experience changes in temperature inside the caves.