Netherlands Antilles

Last updated: 26 March 2018
The islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao makes up the Netherlands Antilles in the Caribbean Ocean. These tropical islands are popular for their water sports, all year warm weather and top-notch facilities.

Curacao has more than forty beaches, many contain resorts and offer visitors the luxuries of modern living. Along the shoreline, dive amongst shipwrecks or in the Mushroom Forest so called because the lower parts of the corals have been eroded into mushroom shapes.

Aruba is situated twenty-nine kilometres off the Venezuelan coastline. It is one of the most visited islands in the Caribbean, as its warm and dry climate attracts sun lovers and water sports enthusiasts. It also boasts modern shops, resorts, restaurants and casinos.

Netherlands Antilles

Bonaire, also just off the coast of Venezuela boasts some of the best diving spots in the Caribbean. The island landscapes include mangroves, salt pans and hills peppered with cactus. Flamingos, parakeets and herons, sea turtles, goats and iguanas live in the wild.

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