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Cultural Tours

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Local Native Guided North and South Tour Bonaire

See the highlights of Bonaire on a half-day, small group tour. The adventure begins at 1,000 Steps, a series of limestone steps that leads to a shore diving site. (Don’t worry, it’s actually only 67 steps.) Then it‘s on to the Flamingo Sanctuary, Salt Pier, and finally, the slave huts to view the living quarters of workers forced to labor in the nearby salt mines during the 1800s.
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  • 3 hours
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation

Day Trips

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Scenic Bonaire and beach

Take a journey around the beautiful Caribbean island of Bonaire during this small-group shore excursion. Discover the dark history of the island as you explore the old history and see the salt flats where salt is still mined and processed to this day. Then, conclude your tour on the white sands of Coco Beach where you can swim or sunbathe before heading back to your ship.
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  • 3 hours
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation

Nature & Wildlife

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Washington Park Tour with a local guide

The best way to experience Bonaire Washington Park Tour is with a guide who knows the most beautiful spots!Beautiful and unspoiled are understatements when describing Bonaire Washington Slagbaai National Park. Discover its treasures on this specially guided tour through hidden coves, secluded beaches, salt lakes & magical watering holes. Originally inhabited by the Caiquetio Indians, Bonaire Washington Park is the first nature sanctuary of the former Netherland Antilles. Established in 1969 and located in the Northwest part of the island, it covers an area roughly one fifth of Bonaire, and it had Slagbaai, the largest most productive plantations during the colonial period.Today Bonaire Washington Slagbaai National Park and its pristine beaches are an important nesting ground for the sea turtles that visit the waters of our island, Bonaire. With a flexible itinerary, you will have plenty of opportunities to admire and photograph the flora & fauna in their natural habitats.
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  • 5 hours
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  • 5 hours
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Day Trips

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North and landsailling

To give informations about the tour, we will take you to 1000 steps, goto meer, Rincón, and then to the landsailling. We can also customize the tour. At the end of the tour we can also drop you to any beach you want and we will pick you up later and drop you to the cruise pier. We are a familiy business and we want our guests to feel at home. The trip will be with a native tour guide. At every stop, you will get out of the car to walk and take picture. The guide will explain you about the history, culture, nature of the island. With the tour is included water, sprite or coke, chips or preferences, just advise us one week before what you would like to eat. Our bus has A/C, let us know if you want the wifi in the bus and snorkel gear.
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  • 3 hours
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation

Cultural Tours

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Private Photography Tour

The tour is the only private photography tour on Bonaire. With a max of 4 persons. We'll find the best places and I can help you with your settings on your camera.
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  • 5 to 6 hours
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  • 5 to 6 hours
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Historical & Heritage Tours

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Local Native Guided Tour, Rincon Visit

Rincon Village is the oldest village on Bonaire. Additionally, it is the oldest in continual existence within the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba. Originally settled by the Spanish in the early 1500’s, Rincon was strategically nestled within a valley to ward off impending danger from pirates and other threats. Slaves were brought to Bonaire and worked tending crops and in the salt pans. Slaves lived in Rincon and walked to the salt pans in the south to work, and stayed there for the work week. They returned to Rincon to gather supplies at Mangazina di Rei (King’s store house), and family visits before heading back to the salt pans. In Rincon we will be visiting the Magazine di Rei (King's store house) and then the Kadushi distillery (where you will be able to taste the local cactus liquor made on Bonaire.After visiting Kadushi we will be stopping at Local Restaurant called Posada. Here will be our last stop and you can enjoy a local food made by local people living on the Island.
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  • 2 to 4 hours
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  • 2 to 4 hours
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