The Queen Emma Bridge is a pontoon bridge across St. Anna Bay in Curaçao.
The unique historical core is protected by UNESCO. No wonder - the narrow streets and colourful houses are so charming!
Amazing beach and also a popular diving spot. Always bustling with people and music, this is a great place to be.
Koningin Julianabrug is a four lane road bridge across St. Anna Bay in Willemstad, the capital of Caribbean island country Curaçao, which is…
This promenade is probably the most photographed site on Curacao. Most charming during the night - just wander around and enjoy the powerful…
Explore the beautiful nature reserve on foot, horseback, or by car. Varied landscape and lots of wildlife to see!
Frenchman Pass is a narrow passage on the island of Aruba, between coral cliffs above the area known as Spanish Lagoon.
Klein Bonaire is a small uninhabited islet off the west coast of the Caribbean island of Bonaire, and is part of the Dutch special…
Washington Slagbaai National Park is a national park and ecological reserve on the northwestern part of the island of Bonaire in the…
Bird watchers will be in awe here - the scenic lake is a popular habitat for pink flamingoes and other birds.
Seems like being just made for the underwater photography and panoramic views. One of the most beautiful sites on the island.
Bushiribana and Balashi are the sites of two former gold smelters on the Caribbean island of Aruba.
Very beautiful and easy to get to, ideal for snorkelling as well as scuba diving. Popular for spotting amazing variety of lion fish.
Vast wetland area that is home to innumerable number of bird species. There's also a nice lookout tower - perfect for avid birdwatchers.
The best place to admire elkhorn coral and the tiny fish inhabiting it.
The Donkey Sanctuary is a British charitable organisation devoted to the welfare of donkeys.
Family-owned restaurant popular for its personal approach and always perfectly fresh fish and seafood dishes.
The oldest historical relict on the island now serves as historical museum documenting the colonial past of Aruba.
Shallow water and good visibility cause that this site is suitable even for the beginners.
An amazing display of traditional costumes, dances and music takes place every Tuesday evening on the Fort Zoutman.