A park full of surprises
Did you know you can visit a surreal ancient cavern that’s over 300,000 years old? Hato Caves is the place, and the grounds to and mazes have been beautifully equipped to host the public safely with enlightening guided tours suitable for all ages. Marvel at the stalagmites and stalactites in a magical labyrinth showcasing Mothers Nature’s artistic side at its best. Meet a colony of rare bats and become enchanted by a secret pool. Outside, walk the indian trail that retraces the paths of the Arowaks, the island’s original peoples who left their own artwork behind 1,500 years ago. Then enjoy the Cactus Garden to learn about Curacao’s flora and encounter indigenous animals. It’s a ideal way to spend half a day.
Animals in the Park
Home made "Table Games"
During the lockdown of the Covid,our team kept coming together in small permitted groups to take care of the park its flora and fauna. Here the idea was born to create something nice for you our guest for when the park could open again, this is where the creativity came out and we designed and painted our own game tables . The fun part is that you are the Rule maker of your game table! Wanna have fun ask for the box with dice and stones at the Bar.
Stories about Geography, Nature & History
Hato Caves Curacao, a testament to the island’s geological history, stands as a majestic testament to nature’s sculpting prowess. Carved over centuries by the rhythmic dance of water upon limestone, these caverns form a mesmerizing labyrinth of stalactites and stalagmites, casting ethereal shadows amidst their ancient embrace. Nature’s artistry adorns every inch of these cavern walls, painted in hues of earthy tones, offering a canvas that tells the story of time itself.
Beyond the captivating formations, an ecosystem thrives within these rocky walls. As visitors venture through this subterranean world, they are enveloped by an otherworldly tranquility, reminded at every turn of the intricate harmony between nature’s raw beauty and the historical legacy etched within Hato Caves Curacao.