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Curacao, Netherland Antilles

Dates: November 26 - December 3, 2022

Diver Price: $1870
Non-Diver Price: $1320
Group Air: Not Available

Everything about Curaçao is a riot of color, from Willemstad’s historic buildings and iconic floating market to the island's vibrant art scene and lively carnival schedule. The colors continue as you wade from white sand beaches into blue waters to discover the dazzling coral reefs that ring the island in garlands of orange, purple and yellow sponges and sea fans. Cooled by trade winds and sitting outside the hurricane belt, Curaçao is an ideal destination any time of year. The Colonial-era buildings, narrow cobblestone streets, and stone fortresses of the old town have made the United Nations' World Heritage list, and the island deserves a place on your “must visit” list.

What's the diving like?

For a preview of Curaçao's reefs, stroll through the historic district of Willemstad, where colonial-era buildings display cheerful shades of orange, yellow and red. These colors are mirrored in the prolific groves of soft corals and sponges that cover the island's submerged slopes. Equally brilliant is the marine growth that coats Curaçao's premier wreck, the Superior Producer. Whether making a shore dive on memorable sites such as Alice in Wonderland, or going by boat to ride the currents at Watamula, divers have a range of depths and topographies to choose from, with shallow coastal shelves giving way to drop-offs that hold an abundance of fish life.

The vast majority of Curaçao's diving takes place on the southern and western coasts. Coral reefs begin close to shore and follow slopes to depths beyond 200 feet. Sites at the island's eastern end have the steepest slopes, with some becoming vertical, while the western ends offer more gradual slopes, consistently calm water and large coral heads. A number of prime sites can be reached from shore, while boat diving provides easier access to a broader range of sites. Waters dip into the high 70s in winter, with summer temperatures rising to the mid 80s.

Where will you be staying?

An all-inclusive vacation with exceptional entertainment for all ages: beach volleyball, rock climbing, water trampoline, non-motorized watersports, Euro-bungee, two tennis courts, and more. Unlimited-Fun® continues in the evening with fun under the stars with nightly live entertainment, music and shows. Ocean Encounters is located onsite and offers daily dive excursions to Curacao's best dive sites.

Underwater World has reserved rooms in the Sun Club area only which is the adults only section and includes;

• Special Check-in and Check-Out
• In-room mini bar, coffeemaker, TV and safe
• Daily afternoon hot and cold hors d'oeuvres 
• Exquisite desserts and fine liquors
• Complimentary computer access
• Access to Sun Club Bar and Private Pool
• Private balcony or patio with easy access to and from pool
• Room service 7:00am - 11:00pm


Be Prepared!

Here's what to expect and a few tips for packing:


Included on your vacation;

  1. 7 nights in a Premium Deluxe Ocean Front Sun Club Room at the Sunscapes Curacao
  2. All meals and snacks
  3. All beverages, including alcohol
  4. All scheduled activities and entertainment
  5. All taxes and gratuities to hotel staff
  6. Free wifi
  7. $200 Resort Coupons per room. 
  8. R/T Airport Transfers in Curacao 
  9. 5 days of 2-tank boat dives and unlimited shore diving.

Not Included;

  1. Airport transfers in the United States
  2. Divemaster Tips
  3. Airfare. Recommend Flights
    1. AA1074 PHL - CLT
      AA789 CLT-CUR
    2. AA596 CUR-CLT
      AA1091 CLT-PHL


  1. Advanced Diver Course
  2. Nitrox Diver Course 


Tips and Info

  1. A 3mm-5mm wetsuit, open-heel fins and thicker-soled boots for shore dives. 
  2. Water can be choppy on the closer to the east-side. Consider motion sickness pills if needed. 


Best Places to Dive in Curacao 

  1. The Superior Producer is one of the most colorful shipwrecks in the Caribbean.
  2. Mushroom Forest provides a relaxing dive on a gentle slope covered in large, mushroom shaped coral heads, plus a cave filled with baitfish and napping nurse sharks. .
  3. Watamula is a prime place to see turtles, sharks and rays, while sites near East End feature walls and brilliant orange and purple overgrowths of soft corals and sponges.