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Sunscape Resort & Spa

Sunscape Resort & Spa

Package Rates On Request - Seasonal Rates Apply



PADI 5 Star Certified
Nitrox $
WIFI Available
Sunscape Curacao Resort, Spa and Casino is an all-inclusive resort that is perfect for families due to all of the activities, most of which are included in the price of staying at the resort. It is located in Willemstad, Curacao, and is partnered with Ocean Encounters. Guests often fly in directly from the US, Canada, South America, or Europe. Some even arrive on the island by cruise ship.

Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Sunscape Resort & Spa
Accommodations include guest rooms and suites as well as options to include family rooms and connecting suites. All rooms include a view of either the gardens or the Caribbean sea. Room categories include Deluxe Garden View and Ocean View, Sun Club Deluxe Ocean View, Sun Club Premium Ocean View, Sun Club Junior Suite Ocean View, Sun Club Suite Ocean Front, and Presidential Suite Ocean Front. The Junior Suite includes a kitchenette. Room amenities include mini-bar, cable TV, in-room safe, coffeemaker, hairdryer, and an iron and ironing board. All rooms are non-smoking.
With six different restaurants on the resort property, guests have many food options to choose from during their stay. There are a la carte restaurants, a grill, and a cafe. With menu items ranging from traditional kid’s menu choices to cocktails, there are options for any type of visitor to enjoy. The Barracuda is beach-bar casual, the Coco Café offers coffees, teas and late night snacks, Da Mario offers authentic Italian cuisine, Himitsu offers Pan-Asian delicacies, The Oceana offers savory seafood, and Starlight is a sports bar and music lounge. Guests can also take shuttles off the resort and into Willemstad to shop and explore everything the city has to offer.
The Sunscape Resort is equipped with an onsite dive operation provided by Ocean Encounters and there is an excellent house reef called Oswaldo’s Drop Off. There are over 70 dive sites off the shores of the island, leaving plenty for divers to explore. Some of the closest dive sites include Punda’s Tarpon City shore dive, Superior Producer wreck dive, and Double Reef, which can be accessed by both boat and shore. Ocean Encounters is a PADI 5 Star and SSI facility. Ocean Encounters provides a wide range of training courses and speciality courses. The dive operation offers EAN nitrox to certified divers but does not support tech diving or rebreathers.
Rates include seven days of accommodation in a garden view room, five days of two-tank boat diving, six days of unlimited shore diving, entertainment, sporting activities, airport transfers, 1% donation to support coral restoration, and a free room upgrade. High season is typically June through July and November through December. Room rates and packages are slightly higher during the high seasons.



Dive Conditions

Curacao is home to plentiful diving opportunities. This Caribbean island features amazing coral reefs, walls and sunken ships. The island’s dive sites are protected from strong currents, there is little river runoff to hinder visibility and the waters are warm year-round, making this is a great place for those just blowing their first bubbles or learning a new skill. Most of Curacao’s dive sites are accessible from shore, and most resorts have gorgeous house reefs to explore. However, boat diving is the method of choice for dive operators on the island. Mushroom Forest is one of the only dive sites where a boat dive is necessary.
Curacao enjoys consistently good weather year-round. April to June has the calmest weather, while January to March see an occasional winter squall. Trade winds keep the average temperatures between 26-30°C 80-86°F. It may be a bit hotter in the summer and if it rains, it will be from October through February. Curaçao is at the far southern edge of the hurricane belt and is usually unaffected during the Caribbean’s hurricane season.
Curacao’s dry season lasts from about April to November. During these months, the island will be extremely dry and sunny, experiencing consistently calm weather. Sea conditions remain steady throughout the season with sea temperatures at 85°F (29°C) and air temperatures at approximately 89°F (31°C). The dry season is recommended for those who value both beach time and dive time.
The rainy season on Curacao begins in December and lasts until March. These four months will bring a brief daily downpour to the island. You can expect only slightly cooler temperatures both in and out of the water. Air temperatures average 85°F (29°C) and water temperatures drop to 79°F (26°C). The only disadvantage to visiting at this time of year is the increased trade winds which blow from January through April.