If you could imagine a picturesque deserted Caribbean island surrounded by warm aquamarine waters, then welcome to Klein Curaçao. 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 Klein Curaçao 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.
This is a true Caribbean dive location which is pristine and unspoiled.
The Netherlands has designated Klein Curaçao as its 55th Wetland of International Importance. The Site (Ramsar Site no. 2355) consists of the small, uninhabited island and the surrounding sea.
Klein Curacao is part of a Sea Turtle Protection Initiative by
Dive Type: Boat
Snorkel Site: No
Experience Level: Drift (Min)
Depth: 40 -120ft (12-36m)
Due to currents, diving with
an inflated surface marker buoy
is recommended. Consult a
for additional details & recommendations.