Begin your day with a scenic drive past St. Anna Bay, an inlet that divides the capital city, Willemstad, into two separate regions. Enjoy views of the Rif Fort, a fort built in 1828 to protect the city that is now home to numerous restaurants and shops. Next, you’ll see the unusual Queen Emma Bridge, a beautiful floating pontoon bridge that moves to allow vessels to enter the bay. Your guide will regale you with historical facts about the buildings, forts, and bridges as you drive through the city. Afterward, journey across the Queen Juliana Bridge, the highest bridge in the Caribbean and make a stop to take some photos of the panoramic views of the bay. Soon after, you’ll arrive at the plantation house, Landhuis Chobolobo, for a tour of the liqueur factory, where you can see how authentic Blue Curacao Liqueur is made while enjoying some tasty samples.
Your next stop brings you to the Table Mountain and Spanish Water viewpoint, where you can take more photos of the magnificent harbor and hear your guide’s telling of the island’s discovery. Finish your tour with a visit to Mambo Beach for some time to sunbathe or swim
What to expect ?
A bus drive with live guide around the historic capital of Curacao Willemstad with some beach time at the Mambo beach.
- Pickup from Hotels and Pier
- City Tour
- Queen Juliana Bridge
- Plantation house Landhuis Chobolob (Liquor Factory)
- Table Mountain and Spanish Water
- Mambo Beach Curacao
- Return to Hotels and Pier
- Entrance fees
- Professional guide
- Hotel/port pickup and drop-off
- Bottled water
- Food and drinks (available for purchase)
- Beach chairs rental
Where to meet ?
We will pickup you at your hotel.
- A small amount of walking is involved
- Due to uneven surfaces, this tour is not recommended for those with walking disabilities or using a wheelchair
- May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
- Hotel pickup is not available for Banda Bou Hotels and the Santa Barbara Resort
- You should wear comfortable clothing, shoes
- You should bring swimwear, a towel, sunscreen, and a camera
- Must be legally 21 for liquor tasting