Forget about exploring a tiny corner of the island, or spending your day on a single secluded beach. If you are looking for more than a mellow day on the water—if your thirst for adventure calls for more than a stand-up paddle board tour ora sunset boat trip—then an off-road buggy excursion is the answer. This is an activity for the adventure seeker in the family, the one who always needs another shot of adrenaline, and who isn’t satisfied until they have seen everything there is to see, no matter where they are. Once you have explored the Caribbean on a high-speed jet ski tour, the only logical next step is to head inland and go off-roading. The views from the top of mountain peaks and the discoveries made well off the beaten path will create memories that last long after your tan is gone and the warmth of a beach day fades.
- Duration: Two hours
- Age min: 8 years + 1 adult, or 16 years if alone.
- Price: $145. Additional passenger $20.
This excursion includes steep climbs and drops, high-speed bush trails, and rambling under trees and past the water. You will see all sorts of geological formations native to Curacao, and enjoy scenic stops where you can cool and dust off, or even hang out for an hour or two enjoying the wildlife and solitude.
When people envision the Caribbean, they often think of sandy beaches and warm blue water, but they typically forget that the majority of the Caribbean culture lies in the heart of the islands. Mountainous peaks and hidden valleys are the foundation of traditions that stretch back hundreds of years, and provide a beautiful alternative to the stereotypical beach experience. But with the accessibility of off-road buggies, there’s not reason you can’t experience both, even on the same day!
From the ocean to the mountains and back again, rambling over radical terrain and watching the beauty of Curacao blur by, or stopping for a quiet picnic hours away from the nearest people—going off-road means going wherever you want, without being limited to pavement and cities. And after all, who comes to the Caribbean to be surrounded by lots of people? Get out there and explore—Curacao awaits!