On the island of Curacao, the Jan Thiel Lagoon Trail is a 10 mile route along a packed-clay path. Located on the southeastern side of the island, the Jan Theil Lagoon Trail passes salt flats, old colonial forts and the Jan Thiel Lagoon, which is known for its flamingos.
To reach the Jan Thiel Lagoon Trail trailhead by car, you can drive to the Jan Thiel Beach or start at Lions Dive by the Seaquarium. The mile long section between Lions Dive and Chogogo is narrow, with a few short but moderately technical hills. Halfway between the resorts you arrive at the mouth of Jan Thiel Lagoon.
Curacao is located in the Netherland Antilles off the coast of Venezuela. Mountain biking on Curacao has greatly expanded over the last decade. Overall, there are 25 miles of singletrack mountain bike trails on Curacao spread over 9 trails in five distinct areas.
Overall, Jan Thiel Lagoon Trail is the 1st most popular mountain bike trail of all 4 mountain biking rides in Curacao.