Flanked by limestone cliffs, Playa Kalki in Curacao's far northwest is a popular beach for activities both above and below water. Beach chairs and cabanas dot the sand, while a shady upper terrace (complete with a snack bar) is pretty much made for a cold drink.
Snorkelers and divers, meanwhile, covet Playa Kalki's extensiv and easy-to-reach reefs (not to mention the on-site dive shop). There's a floating platform providing nice access to the aquamarine depths, banked with coral and patrolled by colorful reef fish.
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