This name for Curacao's Shete Boka National Park comes from a Papiamento phrase that translates as "seven mouths"—a reference to its seven natural inlets.
Shete Boka showcases a spectacular cavern, Boka Tabla, carved into limestone cliffs on the north coast by millions of years of pounding surf. Steps lead down into the cavern, and a path on the bluff above takes you to the edge where you can watch the crashing waves. For hikers, there are trails along the bluffs.
Entrance to the park is about 10 ANG (US$5.50) per person
It's always wise to lock your car, and don't leave anything valuable inside.
For information about the park, phone 864-0444 or contact the CARMABI Foundation at 464-4242. http://www.carmabi.org/nature-management/shete-boka-national-park.
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