After meeting your guide, listen to a safety briefing, get set up with equipment, and hear a full rundown on how to operate the ATV. Choose to ride a single or double vehicle, and try some practice runs.
Ride along low-traffic roads through the residential neighborhoods of Curacao, which gives a picture of how the island residents live their daily lives. Stop for photos distant Venezuela and the neighboring island of Bonaire.
Next up is the Aloe Vera Plantation, where you’ll learn about the plant’s importance to Curacao’s economy. Then, go off-road toward St. Joris Bay, an inlet on the remote north coast frequented by sea turtles, stopping to hear commentary about the island’s flora and fauna.
The day’s last stop is a hidden cave, located on one of the island’s higher planes. Adventurous travelers can opt to climb even higher for epic views before returning to the departure point.