Pick up time at the hotel: 8.45 back at the hotel at 13.00
Times may vary on your request

East Side Tour

Our East side tour will bring us first to the Aloë Plantage or to the Herbgardens (your decision)

This tour will give you an insight on everything you want to now about our aloe vera plantation, the medicinal powers of the aloë vera, also known as Curaçao aloë.

Come and discover the secrets of aloe vera for yourself and enjoy our interesting and entertaining tour of the plantation and the production plant!

Or the Herb Gardens of Dinah Veeris:

In 1981 Dinah Veeris started her research for healing herbs and traditions by interviewing the older people to recover and preserve the secret knowledge of the former generations. She studied at the California school for Herbal Studies. In 1991 she started the garden plant by plant. She wrote a book about the herbs and their use and received several awards for her input in preserving the culture and the healing herbs. She also got a decoration form the Dutch Royal Family.

Den Paradera refers to Paraguiri Indians who long ago had the biggest herb garden at the east side of the island. When the Spaniards came, they brought their slaves to the Paraguiri Indians to be cured and called the location " En Paradera". Later the local people changed the name into "Den Paradera" which means "the place where you feel at home." The next stop is the Ostrichfarm: Visit the Curaçao Ostrich Farm and make use of this opportunity to see these fascinating birds up close. You will be able to touch them, feed them and even ride them (only for the most daring). On the hour every hour the Safari truck depart for an amazing tour. After this amazing tour at the Ostrich farm, we are driving back to your hotel.


What is Joseph Cares about?

“Joseph Cares” is a company on Curaçao specialized in services for tourists with special needs. Our services contain tours and transportation. We define ourselves as a company with high quality custom made services. Do you long for a tropical break from every day life? Take a look around.

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