The charming trolley ride begins at the pier and heads to the pleasant residential Nikiboko area before passing San Bernardo Church, the island's largest place of worship. You continue on to Waterfront street for a delightful view of the Bay on Bonaire. Before looping back to the pier, you pass Kaya Grandi, where you're free to stroll the craft markets. This Bonaire tour provides travelers a wonderful way to see the capital.
Kralendijk is the capital of the Dutch side of the island; it's also referred to as "playa" or beach. The trolley tours the capital, which conveniently begins at your pier. Upon boarding you'll pass through Nikiboko, a picturesque neighborhood build during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Thereafter, you pass San Bernardo Church, built in 1829. Its interesting history will be shared by your guide. Continuing through town, you will see traditional architecture amid a spectrum of Caribbean colored homes.
Upon reaching Waterfront Street, you'll see the Bay of Bonaire and a bevy of visiting sailboats bobbing in the blue waters. Next, you pay a visit to Kaya Grandi. Here you can stroll the boutiques and markets prior to walking the five minutes to your pier. Book this delightful trolley tour of Bonaire today.