Curaçao’s longest and whitest beach is on Klein Curaçao, an uninhabited island eight miles off the southeast coast and two hours by boat.
Dive operators and charter boats take passengers out to the oversized volcanic rock for beach parties, cookouts, and fantastic diving. The shore is covered in soft white sand and the water is crystal clear, but there is little shade.
The northeastern side routinely has calm water with gentle waves. If you want to go over here,
check with dive operators or sailboat charters offering trips featuring snorkeling, refreshments, and usually a picnic or barbecue lunch.