Where is the blue room in curacao?

If you go on Google maps and type in “blue room cave curacao” you will see that the blue room cave is marked on the map. Switch it to satellite view and you can very clearly see the path from Playa Sta. Cruz to Boka Sta. Petru and then on to the blue room cave.

Where is the blue room cave?

Blue Room Cave, Curacao. This blog post has information about the Blue Room Cave in Curacao. This beautiful cave is accessible by water and is an amazing place to go snorkeling. You have to go by boat or hike a trail to get there.

Where can I see sea turtles in Curacao?

The best locations for an underwater encounter with a sea turtle are Playa Lagun beach, the sunken tugboat at Caracasbaai and around Klein Curaçao. Sometimes the turtles will completely ignore tourists, but often they will be curious and approach people.

Where can I cliff jump in Curacao?

Playa Forti
Cliff Jump at Playa Forti Locals and visitors alike know this to be the prime spot for cliff jumping in Curaçao. At 40 feet high, this jumping-off point is just enough of a challenge for daredevils.

How do you get to the Blue Room cave in Kauai?

To get to the cave entrance, park in the lot on the makai (ocean) side of the highway just before the end of the road at Ke’e. On the mauka (mountain) side, look for a short trail leading up to the wet cave. A slippery slope takes you down to the wet cave entrance, so watch your footing.

Are there sharks in Curaçao?

Embark on a deep-dive submarine. Substation Curaçao has a shark-centered deep-dive excursion that is dedicated to spotting local shark species, including big-eyed Cuban dog sharks, sevengill sharks, and green murray sharks.

Can you swim with turtles in Curaçao?

Playa Grandi (Piscado): Best day ever, swimming with the sea turtles. Snorkeling is fantastic here. The local fisherman clean their catch which attracts lots of underwater life, including sea turtles. They will swim right up to you and you can even see them from the pier.

Can you drink the water in Curaçao?

Not only is Curaçao’s water safe to drink, it is of the finest quality. Around 1890, American wind turbines were imported to Curaçao for irrigation of the land. In 1928, a seawater distillery for production of drinking water was put into production.

What animals live on Curaçao?

The island hosts a total of 11 native breeds of mammals, which are the Curaçao White-tailed Deer, some field mice, small rabbits, and eight species of bats. The deer and bats are endangered species.

Are there flamingos in Curaçao?

Much like Bonaire, Curaçao is a protected habitat for flamingos. There are hundreds that reside on the island, and most days you’ll find a couple dozen wading through the waters of Rif-Sint Marie just before Sint Willibrordus.