• Curacao


July 13th to 20th, 2024

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Curacao 2024 - July 13th  to 20th

Join us this summer at the All-Inclusive Sunscape Curacao for a week of diving, fun, and relaxation.

We have 8 days and 7 nights at the all-inclusive Sunscape Curacao with .  We really enjoyed our previous trips with some divers coming back to Sunscape two and three times. 

Diving –

  • 5 days of 2 tank boat dives with Ocean Encounters. 
  • Unlimited shore diving  included on scheduled dive dates.
  • Dive shop on site. 
  • In the past we had our own dedicated boat with great crews.

Hotel –

  • 7 nights at the Sunscape Curacao
  • Deluxe Ocean view  or Deluxe Garden view with 1 king  or 2 double beds
  • Airport transfers
  • All meals, snacks, non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages
  • Resort scheduled activities
  • Entertainment
  • Private beach
  • Wifi
  • Resort coupons
  • 6 restaurants
  • 7 bars & lounges
  • Casino
  • Taxes and gratuities


  • Deluxe Ocean View
    • Double Occupancy        $1759.00 per person
    • Single Occupancy           $2361.00 per person
  • Deluxe Garden View
    • Double Occupancy        $1699.00 per person
    • Single occupancy           $2305.00 per person
  • Non-Diver
    • Subtract                              $540.00 per person


About Curacao –  

Formerly part of the Netherland Antilles, Curacao is now an independent country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.  Like Bonaire, it is a semi-arid island with plant and animal life to match.  Hummingbirds, bananaquits, orioles, terns, herons, egrets, and flamingos make their home on Curacao. Curaçao's most notable animal is the white-tailed deer. This deer is related to the American white-tailed deer, or Virginia deer.  Several species of iguana, light green in color with shimmering shades of aqua along the belly and sides, are found lounging in the sun across the island. T Along the west end of the island's north shore are several inlets that have become home to breeding sea turtles. These turtles are protected by the park system in Shete Boka Park.

Curacao reefs are abundant and varied.  The diving is on par with some of the best in the Caribbean.  There is much shore diving and many small beach entries.  The “Blue Edge” is a sharp drop off with wall diving.  Watamula, Booby Trap, Beacon Point, and the Empire Producer are a few of the excellent sites.

The currency of Curacao is the Antillean Guilder (ANG).  The exchange rate is fixed at 1.8 ANG to the US Dollar.  Most places will accept dollars but will give ANG as change unless you request dollars. The official languages are Dutch, Papiamentu and English. Most residents are multi-lingual, speaking three or more languages. Willemstad is the capitol of Curacao and is know for it’s colorful buildings and architecture.  A pontoon pedestrian bridge crosses the entrance to the harbor and is pivoted to one side of the waterway when boats pass..    


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