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Boka Wandomi Natural Bridge
Caribbean
Boka Wandomi Natural Bridge is situated in the Shete Boke National Park. This part of Curaçao, with its crashing waves, is accentuated by several beautiful inlets and caves that are half immersed in water. The most important natural treasures in this area are the nesting beaches of sea turtles.
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Uploaded: 24/08/2013
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