Discover Bonaire and Beach Club
Start your scenic adventure along the northern coastline where Bonaire's legendary blue waters wash up against the limestone rocks containing embedded fossils. Pass by candelabra cacti and Divi Divi trees as you make your way to Goto Lake, a natural saltwater lagoon that draws dozens of flamingos to its shores.
Over in Rincon Village you will hear tales of Spanish explorers who settled here in the 14th century, then continue to Washington National Park with its full-scale juvenile whale skeleton. While here, visit the Natural History Plantation Museum and watch the amusing lizards scurrying around the terrace.
As you progress further south you will reach the salt mining company with its accompanying salt flats. Learn how slaves mined salt in the 17th century as well as how Bonaire produces salt today. See and touch the original slave huts that were used as shelters for the slaves who worked the mines. Be sure to get an Insta-worthy photo of the pink-colored salt pans and snow-white salt mounds against the blues of the sky and the Caribbean Sea!
From here you will make your way to a popular beach club that includes a beach bar and restaurant. Relax on a beach chair, snorkel along Bonaire's colorful reefs, munch on fruit salad, or enjoy an ice-cold beverage with your newfound friends.
Book this 5.5-hour small group tour now and escape to the natural beauty of Bonaire.