Days:Every Tuesday Thursday and Friday
Duration: 7 hours
Min. age required:6
Discover the highlights of Curaçao and immerse yourself in the rich history of the island, its colorful culture and natural phenomena. For seven hours long a local guide will escort you from east to west, from Jan Thiel to Westpunt. What are you waiting for? Get on the bus and explore Curaçao!
This tour begins once everyone is picked up at approximately 9 am. For seven hours you’ll drive around the island starting with the beautiful Jan Thiel Area, known for its beautiful houses, white sandy beach, and nightlife. The next stop will be at the liqueur factory where they make the best liqueur on the island, since 1896. During a 20 minute tour, a guide will tell you all about the history and you will learn more about the craftsmanship of the production process. After the tour, you can taste the different liqueurs and visit the gift shop for a nice souvenir or, of course, your favorite Curaçao Liqueur.
Time to get back on the bus for our next adventure! Driving through Punda you will explore the monumental buildings of Punda. From Punda, we will continue our journey to Bandabou. The first stop there will be at the Shete Boka National Park where you can admire the rugged north coast and take beautiful pictures. Afterwards, we will take you to Landhuis Knip. This country house dates from the beginning of the 18th century. It was one of the most prosperous plantations on the island and is an important monument in the history of Curaçao. The guide will tell you all about the history of the plantation and the slaves working there. The last stop of this tour will be a swimming stop at Porto Marie where you can relax, swim, grab a bite to eat, and process all the highlights that you have seen on this tour. On your way back, look out for flamingos in the wild!
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