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The Christoffel Park is the national park of Curacao, harboring a rich variety of local flora and fauna. Visit the park and enjoy the beautiful nature and outdoor activities. You can also climb the 372 meter high Christoffel mountain. NOTE: Mountain...more
All reviews per person great hike great view bring lots of water early in the morning park entrance rock climbing parking area visitor center gets hot an early start challenging hike flip flops worth the effort boca grandi copper mine take your time
This is an experience you will not want to miss when visiting Curacao. The mountain is over 1000 feet so you should be in moderate shape to make the hike. Wear good shoes and bring water and snacks. The hike up the mountain is full...More
This beautifull park shows you the bounty of the island in all its glory. Birds, cacti, plants, flowers and ofcourse iguana’s acommpany you as you ascend the Christoffelmountain.
It is a bit of a climb, but the view is spectacular.
Worth every step of the...More
We went as a family, I have not been there for almost 9 years. It took allot of effort and pauses, but after 1,5 hour we reached the Top. Start as earlier as possible, so the sun wont bother you. We definitely will go again,...More
We hiked to the top of Christoffel peak. It has great views from the top. You will sweat on your way up, so bring water. The trail is well marked. If you are scared of heights, I would recommend not going all the way to...More
You might think from the outline statistics (length under 2km, height 378m, typical duration well under 1 hour each way) that this is, literally, a "walk in the park". However, you'd be wrong, as although not difficult or lengthy it would be a mistake to...More
The mount Christoffel hike of approx 3 km is hard work as almost every step on the way to the top is up. The path is rocky and as a result of erosion worn out. Do not go when it is rainy! These days there...More
The entrance fee was $15/person & you buy the tickets at the ticket office, then go across the street & enter the park to drive to the base of the mountain. If you are using MAPS.ME, there is a road that is closed so I...More