Cas Abou Beach
Cas Abao Beach, also spelled Cas Abou, has been proclaimed to be the most beautiful beach of Curacao and is also in the top 5 of most beautiful beaches of the world.
“With its clear turquoise water, waving palm trees and white sandy beach, Cas Abao is a true paradise. Located at the northwest coast of Curaçao, the beach is and ideal spot for shore diving, snorkeling, and swimming because of the spectacular shallows leading to the healthy fringing reef. Runners-up include Kenepa Grandi, Playa Kalki, Playa Porto Mari, Klein Curacao, and Kleine Kenepa.”
About Cas Abou
“Cas Abou Beach, Curaçao: Ringed by reefs, Curaçao hides a Caribbean underwater wonderland, and this beach is one of the few sandy ones on the arid island, with a bar and a shop to rent snorkel gear. Slip straight into the shallow crystalline bay alive with sea fans and coral, tropical fish, sponges, sea turtles, and more.” says Kimberley Lovato from National Geographic
B Diving & Watersports is located on the most beautiful beach of Curacao and also has an Spectacular wonderful and healthy reef which is home for all kinds of animals like Eagle Rays, Stingrays, Turtles, Morays, Seahorses, Frogfish and many more.
B Diving & Watersports is known for its hospitality, quality professionalism and focus on safety. The knowledge and skills B Diving & Watersports has is transferred over to their guest and students with love and dedication.
B Diving & Watersports is PADI (Professional Associations of Diving Instructors) 5 Star Dive resort offering Introduction Dives, guided dives and a wide range of PADI Courses for beginners and advanced divers, including Freediving with the latest diving equipment. Beside all this, B Diving & Watersports also rents out all diving equipment, snorkel equipment or Stand Up Paddle Boards & Kayaks.
Cas Abao Beach has all facilities needed for a great day on the beach like a restaurant, toilets and showers, sunbeds and a little beach shop with a big variety of things you need on the beach.
The Cas Abao plantation has existed since the 17th century and used to include almost a thousand acres of land. It used to be named Engelenberg after its owner, Willebrord van Engelen, who also owned the Van Engelen plantation in the heart of Willemstad.
The main activity was agriculture, while salt mining was also practiced. The plantation incurred heavy damage during the slave rebellion of 1795 and the English sackings which took place some 14 years later. It was completely restored around 1970, at which time a number of modifications were applied to facades, dormers and windows.