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Snorkeling on Klein Curacao

Snorkeling Klein Curacao is great if you know where to go and if the conditions cooperate. The great spot has healthy corals, lots of fish in good variety and nice clear water. The boat trip to Klein Curacao is worth it and a good way to spend a day. The small desert island lies six miles southeast of Curacao and has a gorgeous half mile long white sand beach. As…

Sightseeing on Klein Curacao

INTERESTING SIGHTS ON KLEIN CURACAO Over the years many ships have stranded on the eastern side of the Klein Curacao island. The recent wreck of a tanker ran aground 28 years ago. Now only a part of it remains. The anchor is still clearly visible in the bow. In the middle of the island the monumental lighthouse is located, which was built after the hurricane of 1877 and is still in…

Sightseeing on Klein Curacao

INTERESTING SIGHTS ON KLEIN CURACAO Over the years many ships have stranded on the eastern side of the Klein Curacao island. The recent wreck of a tanker ran aground 28 years ago. Now only a part of it remains. The anchor is still clearly visible in the bow. In the middle of the island the monumental lighthouse is located, which was built after the hurricane of 1877 and is still in…

Klein Curacao History

KLEIN CURACAO HISTORY Klein Curacao is three square kilometers and is located ten kilometers south-east of Curacao. Today it is uninhabited, but formerly fishermen lived here. The island is now quite bare, but once a lot of grass grew here and small farmers often left their goats behind here to graze. Klein Curacao was a haven for seabirds in the 19th century, which came there to breed. The droppings of the…

Klein Curacao History

KLEIN CURACAO HISTORY Klein Curacao is three square kilometers and is located ten kilometers south-east of Curacao. Today it is uninhabited, but formerly fishermen lived here. The island is now quite bare, but once a lot of grass grew here and small farmers often left their goats behind here to graze. Klein Curacao was a haven for seabirds in the 19th century, which came there to breed. The droppings of the…