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Nice cave formations and old Indian drawings to visit. The guides are very knowledgeable and after the cave tour you can do a hike to visit some of the local flora.
Want something different than the beach? Go book a tour in the Hato caves, cool and informative, don't be scared of the bats!!! You can also take a stroll in the small park outside the caves and learn about the flora & fauna of Curacao.
The Hato Caves were formed below the sea level millions of years ago. With the Ice Ages the water level dropped down and Curacao was born. The Hato cave covers an area of 4900 m2, and is the home to the beautiful limestone formations, romantic pools, waterfall and our famous Madonna statue. Also…
Curacao has a lot of caves, at Hato Caves you have a chance to enter and enjoy them safely.
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“Nice to spend a morning and learn more about the big birds. Especially fun for families with kids.”
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“Great National Park, and the best spot for a great overlook on the westside (nature!) of the island. Climb the Christoffelmountain (approx. 1 hour hike) early in the morning when it's still a bit cool. Take enough water and a couple of sandwiches with you!”
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“THE ENTIRE CURALOE LINE IS PRODUCED On our own beautiful plantation... The process starts with radiant sunlight, healthy soil and organic farming techniques.”
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“We love this historic place with beautiful views to the lake and the artworks of Nena Sanches.”
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