Island Tour and Hato Caves
USD65 per person
Soak up the dramatic beauty of the Hato Caves and get a taste of Curaçao’s cultural side.
Strolling through the striking grottoes of stalactites and stalagmites, you’ll marvel at the beauty and power of mother nature. Formed over the last 200,000 years, these limestone formations and glistening pools are magnificent.
The Curaçao Museum is housed in a beautiful colonial-style building and boasts a lovely exhibition of 19th century island life, alongside its contemporary art. At the Chobolobo Liqueur Distillery you’ll have an opportunity to taste the locally distilled blue Curaçao liqueur.
Travelling across the island you may spot the resident flamingos as you pass the salt flats, and you’ll get wonderful views of Willemstad’s candy-coloured buildings after crossing the Queen Juliana Bridge.