Discover Bonaire with this comprehensive tour which goes to the North and the South. You will see the beautiful natural and historic sites. Your tour guide will have many stories to tell, including the history of Bonaire. In the South we will visit the slave huts and the salt pans, where you will learn more about the history of Bonaire. Later, in the North, we will see the beautiful coastline, Goto Lake, Rincon and Seru Largu. Goto Lake is a flamingo sanctuary where you will see the flamingos in the wild. In Rincon, visit a museum where you can look around or relax with a beverage.
Your journey begins in Kralendijk, the busy port of Bonaire. Translated into English, Kralendijk means "embankment of coral stone" and as we drive along the coast, you will see what early explorers saw where the waves have washed all the coral onto the shore. Heading south, we will take in the sights of the impressive pink waters and massive piles of Bonaire’s pristine salt, some of the purest in the world and like no other in the Caribbean. Enjoy Bonaire's turquoise waters along the coast. We will make a stop at the historical slave huts. Heading north, the coast road heads inland and an increase in elevation reveals Bonaire's scenic hills, cacti, trees and more. We will have a photo opportunity at the famed Gotomeer Lake with view of the flamingos in the lake. In the village of Rincon it looks like time stands still. Throughout Bonaire’s elevated northern end, visitors can see a desert landscape reminiscent of the American southwest. Varying cacti species, including candle and prickley pear, are present. The last stop will be at Seru Largu, which has the most beautiful vista in all the island.