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The Aloe Vera Plantation, Home of Curaloe

#41 of 109 things to do in Willemstad Features Animals
Weg naar Groot St. Joris West 9, Willemstad, Curacao
+599 9 767 5577
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The Aloe farm, home of the famous CurAloe(R) products. The Aloe plant has been known to have at least been used since 2000 BC by the Egyptians for medicinal use.This amazing plant has many benefits for the human body, external as internal. Come and visit the Aloe farm in Curacao. It's a interesting short stop to combine with the Ostrich Farm, Serena's Art Factory and The Amazonia mystery forest (L'Aldea). You can browse around the plantation and factory, our staff will give you a lot of information and we have a video where you can see our process more in detail. Our largest attraction are the high quality and quantity (of Aloe Vera content) Skin Care and Health products that you can test in our shop. We are wheelchair accessible, have restrooms, offer drinks and FREE WIFI.
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Weg naar Groot St. Joris West 9, Willemstad, Curacao
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+599 9 767 5577
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

They have over 100,000 plants and it was a great area to stop in on our ATV tours. Bought products in the shop and did not feel they were over priced.

Thank Lynette H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visited the shop twice. Excellent products, especially the anti-mosquito solutions. Otherwise, nothing spectacular to be seen.

Thank Gerhard O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was a first for us--an aloe vera farm. There were several plants planted in rows just like other crops you would see on a farm. The presentation was well done, informative and fun. She showed us several ways to use aloe vera, we even...More

Thank Kay M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Really cool place, Very friendly staff and cool to see how aloe is grown and made into all the different products. Nice gift shop.

Thank oallbrite
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Anna Maria told us all about the aloe plantation and even cut up some fresh aloe for us to eat and put on our skin. They have tons of really great products for cosmetic uses and some 100% aloe juice.

Thank B0bby28
Reviewed 29 April 2017

The only saving grace is we didn't make a special trip out to here we were already in the neighborhood. No tour available when we inquired the extremely unfriendly person working in the shop told is to walk along the walk way and read the...More

Thank cmrtraveling
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Stopped here during our Eric's ATV tour of North East Curaçao. Enjoyed a cold drink and views over the rows of aloe plants. Pleasant shop with a good variety of well priced aloe products including aloe insect repellent.

Thank librarygirrrl
Reviewed 9 April 2017

The plant itself cannot be visited anymore, so the only thing you can visit is an exhibition room. The - very seemingly annoyed by our visit - lady (guess the owner, otherwise I'd recommend her to be fired right away if the real owner ever...More

Thank MauriceLuxemburg
Reviewed 6 April 2017

Super crowded. So many people. The hallway on second floor is basically circles around the "factory" down below. We could barely move. So many different tour groups all mixed together. It was shoulder to shoulder the whole tour which was pretty quick and not very...More

Thank USACorgi
Reviewed 6 March 2017

This was part of our island tour off the Caribbean Princess. Though the tour itself was not worth it because it was simply opportunities to bring you to the gift shop, but... the gal who did the demonstration and talk on the aloe vera plant...More

Thank BluePointer
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