Curacao Island | North-West Bay
The North-West bay side of Curacao Island is renowned for its large sloping wall and being home to arguably the biggest diversity of corals of all the inner sites. Expect to see an array of large sea whips, fans, barrel sponges, enormous patches of spaghetti coral, plates, staghorn, boulder and brain corals at this secluded spot.
A large variety of exotic marine life can be found off Curacao Island including schooling fusiliers, angel, parrot, butterfly and damsel fish. Some anemone and lion fish, moray eels, nudibranchs and painted crayfish are also often spotted in the calm waters.
This site has a max depth of 25m and depending on tides can offer an exciting drift or little to no current. Great for all levels of diving!