Choose from a 9am or 2pm tour time. You will be picked up at your hotel (optional) for an extra fee and taken to the main office where you will be fitted with a helmet and googles. Choose to ride single or double.
After elaborate instructions and a practice ride, the tour starts near the Curacao Seaquarium at a leisurely pace through low traffic roads in residential (and beautiful) neighborhoods of Curacao, giving you a taste of the "real" Curacao. You will have a picture stop for a dramatic view of the eastern side of the island. On most days, you can easily see the neighboring island of Bonaire and the mountains of Venezuela, which is a truly spectacular view.
The tour continues to the Aloe Vera Plantation, where you receive a brief explanation about this unique farm and its products. Here you will take your first break for beverages and restroom.
Continuing off road, eastward to the St. Joris Bay, the terrain gets a little rough now and then, but can still easily managed by all drivers. St Joris Bay is an inlet in the rough North Coast of the island and the habitat of many sea turtles, which can usually be easily spotted coming up for air - even by the untrained eye.The wild North Coast always offers stunning sights of waves crashing onto the rocks.
Throughout the tour, the guide will provide coaching and instructions on how to handle each type of terrain. Along the way the tour guide will also provide ample explanation about the unique plant life and history of this part of the island. You will also stop at the Ostrich Farm and Playa Kanoa Beach for a chance to take a break and stretch your legs.
The "hidden treasure" of the trip is an (optional) visit to a cave that even most locals have never visited. The cave lies above the ground on one of the higher planes of the island that is guaranteed to take your breath away. For the more adventurous, there is the possibility to climb to the next plane for even more awe-inspiring views.