Bungalowpark Morena ****

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Nature and comfort go hand in hand in the lively eco-friendly Morena Resort. With its beautiful spacious villas and apartments, hidden in the tropical garden, this forms an ideal choice for your holiday on the Jan Thiel Bay.

    General information

    • 32 luxurious apartments, 2 adapted for handicapped people
    • 25 luxurious villas, 2 adapted for handicapped people
    • Officially acknowledged environment friendly accommodation
    • The Jan Thiel beach on about 400 m
    • Closest center on about 10 km
    • Airport on around 27 km
    The adapted apartments and villas have wider doors and an adapted bathroom and toilet. These can be, as throughout the entire resorts, accessed excellently by wheelchair.

    Green accommodation
    Morena is the only Eco Resort on Curacao that is the proud owner of both a golden ‘Green Key Award’ as a golden ‘Travel Life Award’, two internationally acknowledged environment hallmarks.

    Good to know
    Free access to Jan Thiel Beach (sun beds against payment)
    Free shuttle service to super market Vreugdenhil and Best Buy

    Upon arrival at Morena resort you need to pay a deposit of US$ 100, in cash or by credit card
    Air conditioning only in the bedrooms
    The swimming pool is low on chlorine and lightly salted

    • Parking facilities
    • Reception open from 08:00 – 22:00 hours
    • Internet facilities
    • Garden
    • Shuttle Service
    • Wi-Fi Service

    Swimming pool

    • Luxurious tropical ‘eco’ swimming pool
    • Children’s swimming pool, climbing rack and playing sand
    • Activity center with free use of PC
    • Sun terrace
    • Sun beds
    • Towel service

    Food and drink
    • Restaurant and bar from 08:00 – 22:00 hours

    Wellness facilities

    • Massage and spa/Thalassic facility

    Extra

    • Shopping package


    Optional accessories

    • Scoot moped
    • high/low bed
    • a weight lift

    Home care

    • Home and medical care can be arrange.

    Excursions and activities
    Curacao has plenty of sightseeing opportunities, too many to mention them all. For instance, it is possible to see the always present flamingos; to enjoy the nature of the Christoffel Park, the largest National park.
    The Hato caves offer plenty of history with the stalactite caves, water parties and ancient wall paintings. Curacao has also got a number of interesting museums that are worth a visit, as well as the ostrich farm. Also the renowned 18th century plantation Brievengat and the Cunucu-homes are well worth visiting.

    Diving surf
    Concerning the ‘under-water-nature’, Curaçao is one of the most beautiful islands in the entire Caribbean and far beyond. For divers and snorkelers the waters around Curaçao are therefore a true paradise. But not just for them, Curaçao also has good surfing locations!

    Transport
    Buses on Curacao (called Konvoi) are a cheap mode of transport to see the island. It must be said that the location of the stops is not always clear, nor are the departure times. In addition there are mini buses that will bring you anywhere you want for slightly more money.

    Taxis are also very suitable and they charge a fixed rate. For a round trip though the Christoffel Park, you had best rent a car or a jeep. Renting a car is possible on many locations and proves to be a good idea on Curacao. That will allow you to discover the beautiful places.

    Transport adapted for wheel chairs is also available on Curacao.

    You can rent bicycles on various locations or form one of the hotels. Fees are between $ 5-10 per day. To rent a moped or a scooter, you need to have at least a moped drivers’ license and you need to pay a deposit.

    Practical information Curaçao
    Number of inhabitants of Curacao around 150,000, total area around 444 km².

    Population
    Curacao is a melting pot of as much as 40 groups within the population with roots in a Jewish, Portuguese, Dutch, African and South American past. The art of dance is one of the most important elements from the culture of Curacao. Also on this island there are many influences from other cultures like the Caribbean, Western European, African, Latin American and North American. The official languages are Papiamento and Dutch, but the popular language is in general Papiamento (kon ta bai ku bo? = how goes it with you?).

    Electricity
    The power voltage on Curacao is 110-130V/50Hz, some hotels and apartments however do have 220 volt. Most sockets are according to the American model. A converter plug or adapter is very handy; both are available on the island.

    Food and drink
    On Curacao there are many sorts of restaurants in various price ranges. The Antilles cuisine is a fusion of various influences, the Creole influence having the upper hand. A typical Antilles dish is funchi, which consists of maize semolina, salt, butter and water. The island does not have many own products. Because of the dryness many products need to be imported. Because of the affluence of fish around the island, you will find fish on the menu often.

    Fruits often from the basis for all kind of delicious summer drinks. Going out on Curacao, is around ‘Happy hours’. The tap water is good and safe to drink.

    Financial matters
    The Antilles guilder (ANG.) is the official currency on The Euro is more and more accepted as method of payment, but is still often exchanged for the local currency, the Antilles Guilder and/or American Dollars.

    ATM’s can be found anywhere; Credit cards are accepted almost everywhere.

    Climate
    Tropical climate; a lot of sunshine and a cooling north-east trade wind. Average temperature is 30°C.

    Time difference
    Curaçao is GMT/UTC Offset – 4h, Curaçao does not utilize Daylight Saving Time.

    Transport
    Buses on Curacao (called Konvoi) are a cheap mode of transport to see the island. It must be said that the location of the stops is not always clear, as are the departure times. In addition there are mini buses that will take you anywhere you want for slightly more money.

    Taxis are also very suitable and they charge a fixed rate. For a round trip though the Christoffel Park, you had best rent a car or a jeep. Renting a car is possible on many locations and proves to be a good idea on Curacao. That will allow you to discover the beautiful furthest points of keeps you independent from bus transport.

    Transport adapted for wheel chairs is also available on Curacao.

    You can rent bicycles on various locations or form one of the hotels. Fees are between $ 5-10 per day. To rent a moped or a scooter, you need to have at least a moped drivers’ license and you need to pay a deposit.

    Watch the video of the Morena resort below.


    Contact

    Email:
    info@challengeresorts.org

    Telephone:
    +31 624 60 62 69 (NL)
    +49 260 7795 4900 (DE)

    Our Mission

    Stretching boundaries for people who are physically challenged or need care, devices and mobility equipment on their vacations.

    WE STAND FOR

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    • Fully qualified care available
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    • Modern Resorts with high standards
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