Curaçao is full of outdoor activities for active travelers. And for those who want to get even closer to nature, camping and eco-tourism are certainly possibilities.
Travelers should be aware that there are no official camp sites in Curaçao. However, campers are sometimes allowed to pitch tents on beaches, with the permission of the owner. This means travelers should be careful when planning to camp. Bringing your own gear is essential, but finding a place to pitch your tent may not be easy.
Eco-tourism is popular, and dive resorts line the beaches. Guesthouses are another popular alternative to camping, as these can often be rather rustic. Of course, no matter where you choose to stay, there are always plenty of eco-tourism activities to participate in, whether you're a diver in search of a beautiful underwater scene or an adventurer looking for a hike across Curaçao's unusual terrain.
Travelers who are interested in snorkeling and diving should be aware that Bonaire's dive sights are considered to be somewhat better, but travelers interested in seeing everything Curaçao has to offer won't be disappointed by its diving and snorkeling options.
Christoffel Park is another great place to explore. Birdwatchers can enjoy the many different types of birds on this small island, whether in the park or just around town. The Hato Caves make another good spot for explorers to learn a bit more about Curaçao's nature.
Curaçao has something for the adventurous traveler, whether it's a makeshift stay on the beach or something a little more organized.
Below is the one property we know about in Curaçao that can get you back to nature. Click its name to learn more about on-site details and nearby landmarks and activities. Who knows? It could be the perfect place for your vacation.
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