Those who know Bonaire are aware of how important the nature of our island is to us. The waters surrounding this small paradise in the Caribbean are no exception, proof of it is our National Marine Park, one of the oldest marine reserves in the world. From the moment you are arriving by plane
The south of the island is host to the famous Bonaire salt flats. An area where Cargill has been operating since 1997 producing some of the purest salts in the world Using the salt, the sea and winds of Bonaire, the salt accumulated in the impressive mounds of crystals is produced. The Salt pyramids of
Seru Largo is one of the highest hills in Bonaire, it means "large hill". The impressive cross at the top of the hill was built between 1999 and 2000 by the members of the Catholic Church with funds given by the inhabitants of Bonaire. The words written in Papiamentu "Christu Ayera, Awe, Semper"