The west end of the Island
The west end of the island is also characterized by expansive, hilly terrain, most of it encompassed by Christoffel Park. The 4,500-acre (1,820-hectare) park contains Mt. Christoffel, at 1,239 feet (377 meters) the highest elevation on Curaçao.
The east end of the island comprises flat and mostly barren plain, with few settlements and some secondary roads weaving to and from its coastal inlets.
Curacao is a very relaxed and certainly a modern place. It has a modern international airport and two docking spots for cruise ships.
The best part of exploring Curacao is that it feels undiscovered, like an exclusive hideaway. One of the tiny “ABC Islands” – Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao – this secluded slice of paradise is the Caribbean’s best kept secret.
Exquisite beaches and spectacular diving, stunning architecture, activities and adventures for every interest. A multicultural diversity, intriguing music, art, and cuisine.