Delve deep into the Jewish history of Curaçao with this tour that takes you around some of the most marveling landmarks around the island. The trip comes with inclusive return hotel transfer, so get ready in the morning and onboard the pickup transfer that will arrive at the scheduled time. Join an experienced guide on this tour that will help you understand the diverse culture of the island. The first stop of the day is Beth Haim Jewish Cemetery, the oldest Caucasian cemetery in Curaçao which was built around 1659. This historic building is also a Curaçao National Monument. Moving on, you'll be visiting the Rooi Catootje plantation house, bought by a businessman, the founder of a prominent trading company called Maduro Holding in the island, S.E.L. Maduro, for his wife. The plantation house has been turned into a museum now and holds several antique artifacts and treasures of the island. Continuing this expedition, another plantation house Chobolobo, built in the 17th century, is something that should not be missed. Owned by a Jewish family, the house is now a major production house of the famous Curaçao liqueur. Take a look around this ancient house and taste the samples of exquisite local drink while appreciating the elegant decor of this 19th-century mansion. In this last part of the tour, take a drive around the Jewish neighborhood of Scharloo and visit one of the most historic and oldest surviving synagogues of Curaçaoo the Mikvé Israel-Emanuel Synagogue. A gem of Curaçao, this unique Synagogue holds a Jewish community museum that tells the tales of their contributions to Curaçao. The museum contains some rare and ancient artifacts and collections that have been marked by historians in the golden pages of Curaçao's history. At the end of this long and eventful day, a drop-off transfer will take you back to your hotel.