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LD Ocean View Package: Dive Curaçao Week 2025

Travel Dates: April 12-19/2025* / Booking Window: NOW – February 12, 2025*

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  • 7 Nights in a Ocean View Room at LionsDive Beach Resort
  • Welcome happy hour at Ocean Encounters
  • 5 Days of 2 Tank AM Boat Diving with Ocean Encounters
    • Including unlimited air for shore diving
  • Daily Breakfast at Hemingway Beach Bar and Restaurant
  • Round-trip Airport Transfers
  • Coral Nursery Dive with Reef Renewal Curaçao
  • All-inclusive Sunset Cruise with the Millennium Curaçao
    • with optional all-inclusive 4 course Dinner (drinks extra) and a guided cultural experience at Punda Vibes
  • Lionfish Scuba Dive Experience with Ocean Encounters
  • All-inclusive Closing night BBQ at Ocean Encounters
  • Sponsored Participant Gift Bag
  • Single, triple, quad and non-diver rates available on request
  • $40.00 donation to Reef Renewal Curaçao included to support coral restoration in Curaçao
  • Book Direct by August 31, 2024 - SAVE 10%!


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  • The package price displayed is based on a diver/per person double occupancy rate and quoted in USD.
  • The LionsDive Ocean View rooms are located throughout the resort and have a view over our tropical garden, pool or street. These rooms are equipped with one king size bed or two queen size beds and can accommodate up to two adults and two children (up to 18 years old). All LionsDive Resort View rooms have a shared terrace or balcony.
    • Contact us for single, triple, or quad occupancy rates plus non-diver rates.
    • Extended stays (>7 nights) are available on request. Contact us for more information.
    • Accommodation upgrades are available subject to availability. 
  • All reservation confirmations are subject to availability.
  • Contact our Dive Travel Team for more information. 

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LionsDive Package Options include:

  • DAN Dive Medical Insurance - be prepared and add it on when booking for those "unlikely or just in case" situations.
  • Stream2Sea Dive Travel Curaçao Kits - Before your dive vacation, you should consider waving goodbye to sunscreens with harsh chemicals that pollute the ocean and beach. Customize a personal dive travel pack with Stream2Sea biodegradable and EcoConscious travel size products in a convenient, hand made bag.
Stream2Sea Curaçao - Reef Safe and Biodegradable Personal Care Products
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Help Restore Curacao's Coral Reefs

Are you wanting to make a difference and truly “Dive for a Purpose”? Whether you are a resident of Curacao or a visiting scuba diver, we invite you to immerse yourself and to create a lasting impression for future generations by “Diving for a Purpose” with Reef Renewal Curaçao!

Why? Because ultimately, if everyone works together to protect what we love it will lead to greater efficiencies in recovery and achieve long term sustainability for our coral reefs and marine habitats here in Curaçao.

Already certified but have not been scuba diving for awhile?

Your PADI or SSI scuba diving certification never expires; but if you haven’t been diving in a while, it’s better to be over-prepared than risk a problem because you forget something important.

As a good diver, you should be able to use your own own judgement to determine whether or not you would benefit from a thorough refresher program, or just need an easy check-dive to get yourself back into the water.

BUT… If you’ve been out of the water for any length of time then some form of refresher is eminently sensible. The Scuba Diving Refresher Course is a fun, engaging, and efficient way to refresh your scuba skills. You can move quickly through topics you know well, but have the ability to dive deeper into the topics where your knowledge may have lapsed.

Deep Diving in a Submarine

Are you interested in deep diving in a Submarine where you can visit a shipwreck or coral reefs that lie below recreational scuba diving limits? Have you ever wondered what life exists in the deep dark recesses of the Caribbean Sea? Do you have a dream, of becoming an underwater explorer, to venture beyond the traditional “sunlight zone” of our oceans or seas to penetrate the “twilight zone”?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions then you certainly should consider going on a Submarine Tour in Curaçao with Substation Curaçao!

Optional Snorkel Trips

Are you thinking about a snorkeling boat trips, tour or even a private charter while vacationing in Curacao? Then board one of Ocean Encounters’ large comfortable boats to enjoy our islands beauty and discover the incredible possibilities for snorkeling at famous sites like the iconic Curacao Tugboat Boat!

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LD Ocean View Sleep and Dive Package

Experience the ultimate aquatic adventure with the LD Ocean View Package for Dive Curaçao Week 2025 at LionsDive Beach Resort, coupled with unforgettable dives with Ocean Encounters. This package offers exceptional value for both divers and non-divers, promising a week filled with excitement and relaxation. Divers can explore vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life, while non-divers can indulge in beachfront luxury and a range of land-based activities. The resort's comfortable accommodations, delectable dining options, and stunning views ensure a memorable stay for all guests. Dive into crystal-clear waters, discover hidden treasures beneath the surface, and unwind in paradise at LionsDive Beach Resort for an unparalleled Caribbean experience.

About Dive Curaçao Week 2025 at LionsDive Beach Resort

Calling all dive enthusiasts and adventure seekers! Mark your calendars for Dive Curaçao Week 2025 at LionsDive Beach Resort, in collaboration with Ocean Encounters. Led by Bryan Horne, the Managing Director of Dive Curaçao, and David Leander, a 36-year veteran of Curaçao dive tourism, this event promises an unforgettable diving vacation experience. Explore the vibrant marine life and stunning coral reefs of Curaçao's crystal-clear waters alongside expert guides.

But it's not just about diving; it's a total immersion into the island's rich culture and dedication to sustainable dive tourism. Discover hidden treasures beneath the waves and indulge in top-notch accommodations and amenities at LionsDive Beach Resort. Dive Curaçao Week 2025 is the ultimate dive adventure you don't want to miss!

About the LD Ocean View Room at LionsDive Beach Resort

The Oceanview Sleep and Dive Package, at LionsDive Beach in Curaçao, provides amazing value at one of the best dive resorts in the Caribbean!

LionsDive Beach Resort is a natural place to consider for your next ideal dive vacation. Here you can freely indulge yourself in its warm and casual atmosphere that is set amidst a stunning tropical location. It is the perfect resort for everyone especially if you are a beach-lover, a snorkeler, or an avid scuba diver in combination with their on-site dive shop, Ocean Encounters.

The Oceanview rooms are located throughout the resort and feature partial ocean view. These rooms are equipped with one king-size bed or two queen-size beds. The rooms can accommodate up to two adults and two children (up to 18 years old). All Oceanview rooms have a shared terrace or balcony.

About LionsDive Beach Resort

LionsDive Beach Resort is a perfect launching point for discovering some of the Caribbean’s best reefs which includes the incredible house reef called Stella Maris. This 4-star resort is located on an idyllic, palmtree studded private beach overlooking Curaçao’s clear waters and the fringing reef of our national underwater park.

Ocean Encounters main offices and marina are located at LionsDive Beach Resort. There are 4 restaurants/bars (Nemo, Hemingway, Chill and Piazza) on the property that will cater to all your wishes. A 50-meter swimming pool is at your disposal for training or you can get fit at The GYM at LionsDive.

Close by LionsDive Beach Resort you can discover the Historic downtown of Willemstad (a short drive away), the Curacao Sea Aquarium is next door, and the famous Mambo Beach Boulevard is a short walk on the beach to explore more great restaurants, bars and of course, shopping!

This is the most common FAQ that we always get asked! So, unlike it’s Dutch Caribbean island neighbors of Aruba and Bonaire, Curacao is home to over 70 world class boat diving and shore diving sites along its southern coastline. Due to the natural shielding created by the unique topography of the island, Curacao has a plentiful amount of diving opportunities that includes amazing fringing coral reefs, walls and and a large variety of wreck diving.

Like Bonaire, Curacao has more than 38 dive sites that are easily accessible from shore plus most of the dive resort resorts have gorgeous house reefs to explore.

Curaçao is situated, between Aruba and Bonaire, roughly 43 miles (70km) off the North Coast of Venezuela . It is not only southern Caribbean diamond but it is a reward to any who are willing to make the trek to the heart of the Dutch Caribbean.

Since October 10, 2010, Curaçao is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of The Netherlands. Together with Aruba and Bonaire, it constitutes the “ABC” islands, or Leeward Antilles. However they are also closely tied to Saba, Sint Eustatius (Statia) and St. Maarten.

Located just 12° north of the Equator, Curaçao has a warm, sunny climate year round. The average temperature is about 27°C (81°F). Cooling trade winds blow constantly from the east, strongest in the spring months.

You can travel to Curaçao by air with direct flights from North America (Toronto, Montreal, Newwark, JFK, Charlotte and Miami), Central America (Panama), South America, the Caribbean, and Europe (Schiphol and Frankfurt) or by sea on a cruise or yacht.

Before arriving on the island, be sure to fill out your Digital Immigration (DI) Card and know what you can bring with you through customs.

There are currently over 70 world class dive sites listed in Curaçao, of which 38 are shore dives, 33 are Reef, 17 are Wall, 11 are Drift and 10 are wreck dives.

Find the perfect dive site in Curaçao for you by using the Curacao Dive Site Guide and Interactive map.

Each dive site has its own page complete with video’s, dive site recommendations and many more details.

Curacao is laid out in a way that makes the southern side of the island almost perfect for shore diving. Thanks to the geographic location, the winds in the area come from the Northeast, meaning that almost the entire southern shoreline is protected from heavy sea winds.

On the south side of the island, the fringing reef in most cases is within 60-feet (20m) from the shoreline which leads to incredible drop offs that allow divers to venture a little bit deeper into the aquatic wonderland.

Of the seventy popular dive sites the island has available, over half of them are reachable from the shore.

Nearly all these shore dive sites are clearly marked along the road way because Curaçao knows they have great shore diving. They have gone out of their way to accommodate adventurers, like you, looking to take advantage of the matchless wonder.

Dive Tip: Open heel fins and booties are recommended when shore diving in Curaçao.

The Curaçao Carnival period (February and March) is always immensely popular with all kinds of different parties and of course the many parades during the last 10 days of Carnival.

In April we have events like the Curaçao International Film Festival Rotterdam and King’s Day, and there’s always something to do during the summer holidays.

In late August through early September, the Curaçao North Sea Jazz Festival is a great festival to visit.

December to early January is also a special time to be in Curaçao, with a bevy of parties and time-honored events like the pagaras and fireworks shows during the last week of the year, New Year’s Eve parties, the Unox New Year’s Splash, and of course Fuik Day.

Curaçao, located at 12° north of the Equator, has a warm, sunny climate year-round. The average temperature is about 27°C (81°F) with noon temperatures generally over 30°C (86°F). Trade winds blow constantly from the east, providing a welcome cooling effect.

International weather websites commonly show a chance of rain in Curaçao, due to clouds being directly over the island, but much of this rain (average yearly rainfall is 22cm) never reaches the ground.

The water has an average temperature of 27°C (81°F), which makes it ideal to cool off without getting too chilly! However, we do recommend wetsuits (short or long) to increase your comfort.

This recommendation is based on experience in order to protect against the elements over the course of multiple dives.

For shore diving and snorkeling, booties are also highly recommended.

Curaçao, as a part of the Leeward Antilles, is geographically located outside the Hurricane Belt. As on other islands, strong winds may pass, but rarely pose a threat. Of course, even though Curaçao is outside the hurricane belt, one can never guarantee perfect weather.

The Caribbean Hurricane Season runs from June 1 to November 30. For Curaçao this generally means that there is less wind than normal during this period, which makes it feel warmer than during the rest of the year.

While sometimes your hotel / resort or its neighbors may offer sufficient options for your vacation (see your hotel detail page on this site for facilities and distances), if you plan to really get around and explore the Island, renting a car at one of the many car rental agencies is the best option.

This allows you to travel freely, frequently, and on your own schedule so you won’t miss out on anything Curaçao has to offer. Most of Curaçao is accessible within a 30-45 minute drive, regardless of where you start. This may vary in peak traffic hours.

The currency used in Curaçao is the Antillean Guilder (ANG), also called the Florin. The Antillean Guilder’s exchange rate is fixed to the US Dollar at a price of 1 USD = 1.80 ANG. When exchanging money at a bank the exchange rate is 1.78 or 1.82 ANG, depending on if you’re buying or selling.

You can use US Dollars everywhere in Curaçao. In stores and restaurants and such the exchange rate used is usually 1 USD = 1.75 ANG for ease of calculation.

All major credit cards are accepted in most businesses in Curacao with the exception of gas stations. Gas stations all over Curacao only accept cash and mostly require a minimum purchase of at least $20.

ATM’s in Curaçao (recognizable by the “Bankomatiko” sign) accept major credit cards as well as debit cards. For the latter they use the Maestro, Cirrus, and Cashnet systems; if you plan to use your debit card, make sure your card has at least one of their symbols on it. You can withdraw either US Dollars or Antillean Guilders from ATMs in Curaçao.

If you plan to use your credit or debit card during your stay, be sure to inform your bank that you’ll be using your card abroad, including the dates you’ll be traveling.

Tipping is highly appreciated at all times. Individual practice is left to your own discretion however it is recommended because it shows your appreciation for the hospitality and services provided.

It is recommended that you tip at least 10% of your fare to Taxi drivers and 1 ANG per bag to Porters.

For all other services including dive staff and waiters, it is recommended that you tip between 10% and 20% of your bill.

The Decompression Chamber in Curacao is located at the Curacao Medical Center.

It is a HAUX-STARMED 2200 / 5.5 / XL type built by the German manufacturer HAUX-Life Support, GmbH with additional 2 places in the pre-chamber. It is possible to treat a patient on the bed in the chamber.

The maximum operating pressure of the chamber is 5 bar (6.5 ATA). Standard features include built-in fully automatic fire extinguishers, patient audio / video monitoring, air conditioning, computer / manual exposure control,% saturation O2%, chamber atmosphere O2% aspiration. A storage chamber tunnel is part of the chamber. The chamber is filled with air (pressurized) (not 100% oxygen as in 1-chamber chambers). 100% of medical oxygen is inhaled by patients through closed masks.

In Case of Suspected Cases of Decompression Sickness or Illness – Contact a Doctor immediately. Report the incident to the Divers Alert Network for additional advice and assistance especially if you have DAN Diving Insurance.

Curacao Ambulance Service
To contact the ambulance service, you can call 912 free of charge.

In the event of a life-threatening situation, we request that you contact 910 immediately.

Please contact our Dive Travel Team for availability and package pricing for specific travel dates.

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