Bonaire Essentials Island Tour
Why take this tour?
This Tour stars from our capital Kralendijk. The name Kralendijk can be refer also as “coral dike” due to the natural coral formation all around the island. See the pink flamingos, salt hills and salt ponds. Learn about the history of the slave huts and the beginning of the salt industry. Travel through the scenic countryside, learn about the 1000 steps dive site, bat caves, wild life, flora & fauna and the Karpata Plantation where once used to cultivate and export the processed aloe, cruising on your way to the first settlement village on Bonaire. Rincon is considered the oldest village in the Caribbean. Situated at the basin of the north hills hidden away from sight of the roaming pirates along the shore. Visit the old monument home transformed by the original family descendants into a cultural historic museum. Leaving Rincon you will drive along the north-eastern desert-like terrain features giant cacti, wild donkeys, and crashing surf through on your way back to the ship.
Round-trip shared transfer
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Mobile tickets accepted
- Regular temperature checks for staff
- Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
We recommend for travelers to carry own hand sanitizers and mask. Avoid contact with staff. Staff may ask wellness questions for safety precautions.
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Discover the best of Bonaire during this 3-hour sightseeing bus tour. Begin in the capital city of Kralendijk and discover the key landmarks of the island including the salt mines of Cargill, the old slave houses, Goto Lake, and many beaches. Learn about the history of this small Dutch island from your tour guide and end the tour with a tasting of the island’s cactus liquor.
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