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I highly recommend stopping here during a trip to Curacao. The coast on the North side of the island is just so wild and incredibly different from the lovely beaches on the other side. Photos don't do the size and strength of the waves justice.
This was a nice stop on our tour with Peter Trips to Shete Boka National Park. There was a little platform where you could stand and feel the waves beneath you. Just be careful and make sure the waves aren’t too strong, because the water...More
I’ve my doubts, 17,50 per car OK but this is interesting but not the Louvre Museum...
I found the amount exagerated for the importance of the site. Put your money in other visits on this beautiful island
Boca Tabla was our first stop a Shete Boka National Park. This is where you can see thunderous waves crash against the craggy coast of Curaçao. The sounds are unbelievable and the erosive force is impressive. The sea cave that has been carved out of...More
Shete Boca National Park is in my opinion one of the top sights in the Caribbean. Huge waves pound the rocky coast. The are two walks which show different aspects of the coast. Boca Table is the sight nearest the parking lot. Five metre waves...More
We had a brief stop here during an island tour. Part of Shete Boka National Park, Boca Tabla is an area where large waves pound the rocky coastline. It's very interesting to see (and safe), plus just a short, easy walk from the parking area.
Be sure and include a trip to the Boca Tabla area when visiting the Island of Curaçao. It is an unpopulated quasi-desert wilderness with crashing ocean waves and rocky inlets. It provides a stark contrast to the colorful, friendly city of Willemstad, and the lush,...More