Bonaire Discovery

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Price: $62.00   Sale Price: $52.00   Save: $10.00
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Shore Excursion Size ? Standard
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 3 Hours 30 Minutes
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? An approximately 5 minute walk from the cruise ship pier.
Food/Beverage Provided Not Included
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable clothing and footwear.
Restrictions Participants must be able to step in and out of the vehicle. This tour is not recommended for those with mobility issues. This tour is not foldable wheelchair or walker accessible.

Bonaire Discovery

Experience the best of Bonaire on this comprehensive tour. Explore the island's captivating nature, history, and cultural highlights with a professional guide. Start in the city's capital, Kralendijk, continuing to landmarks such as Goto Lake and Seru Largu. As you travel from destination to destination, enjoy Bonaire's stunning scenery from the comfort of your vehicle.

Begin your Bonaire tour with a drive to Kralendijk, the island's picturesque capital. Enjoy seeing historic landmarks dating back to the 19th century, such as City Hall, the Fort, and the island's first protestant church, built in 1847. Cruise along Bonaire's famous coastline and enjoy the breathtaking ocean view. The area's rustic landscape is home to iguanas, goats, wild donkeys, and unique birds such as the Lora, a parrot found only in Bonaire.

Your next destination is Goto Lake, a gorgeous natural saltwater lake. One of the most beautiful locations in Bonaire, this captivating lake is a popular spot among flamingos. Travel through tree-lined country lanes to Rincon Village, Bonaire's first settlement. Enjoy a brief but interesting history lesson about the village, built by Spanish explorers in the 14th century. Arrive at the entrance of Washington National Park for another glimpse into Bonaire's heritage.

Head to Bonaire's southern region, home to a salt factory, and protected flamingo nesting grounds. At the salt factory, learn the modern and historical process of Bonaire's salt manufacturing. See and touch history at the Slave Huts, where you can observe original huts used by salt mining slaves in the 17th century. Afterward, enjoy a scenic drive back to port.

Book this Bonaire excursion today for a magnificent island experience full of vibrant colors and rich history.

5 Stars4.8 / 5  |  67 ReviewsReview This Tour
Bonaire excursion
June 02, 2022
Guide was knowledgeable. Good review of the island-slave huts were interesting. Watching the salt get loaded on the ships was interesting too. It helped that it was a beautiful day!
Reviewer: Reese
4 Stars
Very nice
April 25, 2022
Very personable and knowledgeable guide!
Reviewer: Eugene Lock
5 Stars
April 25, 2022
Excellent guide to take us on a history tour of your island . Took many photos
Reviewer: Moearii Evans
5 Stars
Great Way to Experience Bonaire!
March 31, 2022
You won’t be disappointed when you book this amazing tour! Bonaire was our favorite of the ABC islands and the history is fascinating. For such a small island it is vastly different from the north and south ends. The coast is gorgeous and we were able to see some flamingos up close. Our guide Will was incredible and knowledgeable!
Reviewer: Chris Anderson
5 Stars
January 15, 2022
While the tour was good, there is not much to see on this island. Its claim to fame rests off-shore with over 85 dive sites for scuba afficionatos. Salt industry development was interesting.
Reviewer: Marf
4 Stars
great tour
January 03, 2022
We were very lucky on this tour, we were the only ones that was on the tour, so it was a private tour by the driver I think he name was Wil. He tooked us everywhere on the island. Showed us the salt flats, where the slaves used to live in by the salt flats. We then drove down the coast of the island. But the water is so clear that you can see the turtles swiming in the water. The different colors of the water. While we were there one of the colorful birds from the island just sat on top of the tree to check us out. Also along the shoreline you see the caves made from the volcanos on the side of the road. Then we went to the goto lake where all of the flamingos are at. You can take pictures of the flamingos because thet get real close to you. We then went to a little town in the hills and showed us the house that Indians still live, because they have Indian heads on the front of the house. Then he took us back to the port. It was a very good tour and I would recommeded it anyone.
Reviewer: Willis Gay
5 Stars