You can also stroll the Indian Trail Walk on your own to view island vegetation and 1,500-year-old carvings. to 4 p.m.; 45-minute tours given on the hour) The art galleries of Curacao showcase everything from traditional to post-modern "Bumper Art"; the island has a thriving creative community, and artists will often be on-hand to discuss their work at venues like Landuis Bloemhof, Arawak Craft Products (at the Cruise Ship Wharf, Otrobanda, Willemstad) and Kas di Alma Blou. The 18-hole golf course at the Blue Bay Golf Resort was designed by Rocky Roquemore.The par-72, 6,735-yard course offers a putting green, driving range, pro shop and bar.Don't forget, museum gift shops are perfect for last-minute trinkets and souvenirs.The Museum Kura Hulanda, an anthropological museum that focuses on Curacao's culture, showcases African exhibits dating from 500 B. (Klipstraat 9, Otrobanda; open Monday to Saturday, a.m.
As the seal was introduced during September 2013, existing licensees have until 31 December 2013 to display it on their websites.
There are remedies for matters of the heart, including love potions, and of the head, like elixirs for curing baldness.
Natural perfumes, oils and herbal potpourri are also on sale.
At the Curacao Ostrich Farm see first-hand how an ostrich develops from an egg to the biggest and fastest bird in the world.
(If you're lucky, you may even see one hatch.) Take a tour of Landhuis Chobolobo to see how Curacao (the liqueur, not the island) is made.In one pool, snorkelers and divers swim freely with stingrays, angelfish, tarpons, groupers and more.