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Playa Manzaliña

Nice secluded beach with plenty of shade. The entrance from the beach can be rocky at some places. After a short swim from shore, the coral reef starts at 8 m/26 ft and gently slopes down. The best part of the reef is between 10-20 mtr/33-66 ft.

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Playa Cas Abao

Known by many as the most beautiful beach on Curacao, and thought to be one of the 5 most beautiful beaches in the world, Playa Cas Abou is a wonderful shore dive with a healthy reef system teeming with marine life siting right off the beach.

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Playa Hundu

This is a very nice dive site just a short swim away from a small quiet beach where the coral reef drops off starting at 5 m/15 ft and reaching a depth of about 30 m/ 100 ft before becoming a sandy bottom again.

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Porto Mari

A beautiful house reef great for snorkelers to advanced divers. This site is technically a double reef with the first reef starting close to the beach and the second reef running out into the deep with a valley of sand running in between them. Easily accessible from shore.

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Playa Daaibooi

A great shore dive accessible from a quiet, calm beach out of the way of most of the tourist action. There are plenty of parking spaces, lots of shade, and benches to set up your gear on. The reef is healthy and beautiful.

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Mushroom Forest & Blue Room

A boat dive, Mushroom Forest is one of the most famous dive sites in Curaçao, where hard coral formations have grown and eroded into large mushroom-shaped corals.

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Playa Lagun

Located on the northwest end of Curacao, Playa Lagun is a narrow cove surrounded by rocky cliffs and is an excellent shore dive site. It is known as the best snorkel spot on the island to swim with turtles and a great location for beginning divers.

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Playa Jeremi

Playa Jeremi is a small beach sandwiched between two mighty cliffs. The cove is a sandy plateau which slowly changes into a beautiful coral garden. Divers should swim out until just before the blue line. The reef is a slope that you can follow in a northerly or southerly direction.

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Vaersenbaai (Kokomo)

The beach is an easy entry shore dive with parking just a short walk from the water. The actual dive site just offshore is called Car Wrecks as the bottom is covered in a bunch of sunken cars. To see the cars descend from the blue buoy line and watch your depth, it can get very deep very quickly at this site.

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Car Pile - Vaersenbaai

Car Pile is a dive site that was create in the mid 1970’s. The reef initially starts in a 45 degree angle. In the 1970’s, this area was seleted as a “dumping area“ for old cars that were no longer operational. The engines were removed from the vehicles and placed on a barge.

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