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Seaquarium

The Seaquarium is one of the Caribbean’s finest marine exhibits and a definite winner with kids. Along with tanks of local fish, coral, and sponges, the aquarium also has several outdoor tanks with larger species—including sharks, sea turtles, and stingrays. Divers and would-be divers can take a dip here and feed the sharks through holes in an underwater Plexiglass wall. Complete instruction and equipment are provided.

For those who want a drier look at these toothy denizens, just walk down into the Seaquarium Explorer, a semi-submarine parked by the shark tank.

After the Seaquarium have a dip at the Seaquarium Beach, a full-service beach with watersports, restaurant, bar, and plenty of action. There’s a small admission charge. This is the beach where Curaçaoans and visitors come to see and be seen. Waters as calm as a lake make swimming inside the breakwaters easy and popular with families.

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