The Island of Klein Curacao
If you could imagine diving around a picturesque deserted Caribbean island surrounded by warm aquamarine waters, then welcome to the Klein Curacao Isla. Located approximately 6.5 miles off the eastern tip of Curaçao, this is a very special trip for divers and for snorkelers alike.
The locals say that the underwater habitats of the Klein Curacao Isla is where everything is bigger and there is more of it with almost the guarantee of turtle sightings, ocean triggerfish and large groupers. This tiny, rugged, desolate island of volcanic rock is located off the southeast coast of Curaçao – about one-and-a-half hours by boat – is a true Caribbean dive site which is pristine and unspoiled.
Make the time to dive Klein Curacao, this is an essential Curaçao experience.
“The best beach isn’t on Curacao at all, it’s on Klein Curacao, an uninhabited cay a few miles off the southeastern coast.” – Lonely Planet, Travelbook.
Surrounded by spectacular coral reefs, Klein Curacao is a sunlit pearl in the Caribbean Sea, just off the coast of Curacao. This uninhabited island is about an 1,5-hour boat ride away from Curacao and holds an intriguing history, mystery and beauty on just 1.7 square kilometers! Explorers, sunbathing enthusiasts, snorkelers and divers will all really enjoy a trip to the diverse Dutch Caribbean island of Klein Curacao!