Join us on our Bonaire Island tour, an intimate journey through the island’s nature, history & culture!
Starting the Island tour in Kralendijk, the capital of Bonaire, many historical buildings and landmarks can be seen, such as the Government House and the Old Fort, our local tour guides have years of stories to tell you about it!
Continuing South, Discover Bonaire’s CARGILL Salt Company, which is also the protected nesting ground of the flamingos, followed by the stone Slave Huts (ca. 1850) that served as shelters for the slaves working the salt-pans, in this tour you will learn all about Bonaire’s History.
The vibrant colors of Bonaire’s Caribbean Sea are set against pink colored salt-pans, snow-white salt mounds and brilliant blue skies while touring around the South of Bonaire. A real live postcard!
This is an island of contrasts, in our Bonaire island tour you will also discover the rustic northern coastline, an impressive assortment of dramatic scenery including 1000 Steps and Devil’s Mouth that then opens to show Goto Lake, a natural salt-water lake & one of the most beautiful places on the island, where the shy flamingo can often be spotted as well as shore birds, and lizards.
Rincon Village was built by Spanish discoverers and is the first settlement of Bonaire, as well as the oldest settlement of the Netherlands Antilles still in existence (ca. 14th century).
When you take our island tour, you will enjoy a comfort stop at Bonaire’s Washington Slagbaai National Park entrance for a bit of history and culture in a natural setting. Visit the natural museum and the open-air Cultural Center, or enjoy the island breezes on the spacious terrace.
We wind down the tour at Seru Largo with a spectacular view over Klein Bonaire (‘little’ Bonaire) and a panoramic East-West-South view of the island.
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