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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.
Henk Transfer & Tours is a locally owned and operated tour company with over 15 years of experience. Discover Bonaire with a 3-hour Northern and Southern van tour from Kralendijk as we offer on-board commentary on local culture, history, flora, fauna, sights. See Bonaire’s beloved pink flamingos, as well as local donkey’s in their natural habitat, and experience the huge salt pyramids and colourful salt pans on Bonaire’s south end. Visit Bonaire’s oldest village, the Slave Huts, downtown-Bonaire, the Catholic Church, and among others, the Goto Lake. Sit back and relax in a clean, air-conditioned coach and let one of our friendly and experienced local tour guides take you on an unforgettable excursion of Bonaire.Henk Transfer and Tours offers certified island tours in English, Spanish, Dutch, and German.
Get a comprehensive tour of the island of Bonaire during this 3.5-hour excursion from Kralendijk. Learn about the history of Bonaire through visits to landmarks such as the salt pans and slave huts, visit a museum in Rincon, then see the flamingo sanctuary at Goto Lake. Round-trip transportation from Kralendijk hotels is included.
Explore the highlights and landmarks of Bonaire with this 3.5-hour tour. With your local guide, tour Kralendijk, the capital of Bonaire, visiting historical buildings such as the Government House and the Old Fort. Drive along the island's rugged northern coastline, including Rincon, 1000 Steps and Goto Lake, home to an impressive population of flamingos. Learn about the island's history and culture from through your guide's engaging narration along the way. Round-trip transportation via air-conditioned coach from Bonaire hotels is included.
Don’t worry, “walking tour” doesn’t mean you’ll trek or hoof it from place to place. It’s only that you’ll spend part of the morning and/or afternoon with your feet on the ground getting up close to our local history. This usually takes about two hours at a leisurely pace. On our all walking tours, an expert local guide will describe the walk and we can take our time and blend in to the”Dushi” city around us. Traveling Solo? Walk this way!Nearly a third of our guests are solo travelers who want the thrill of exploration minus the what-ifs of going it all alone. You’ll enjoy the camaraderie of your fulltime guide and like-minded travelers, and to make your solo sojourn practical, we offer the lowest single supplements you’re likely to find.Are you feeling more adventurous and you have your own transportation.We can custom tailor a special nature or private tour for you.
The tuk-tuks are 3-wheeled scooters which seat 4 adults. They are the eye-catchers of our fleet and we lost count of the number of people who wanted to have their picture taken while sitting in the tuk. Please bear in mind that the tuk-tuks may be not the right choice for you if you are very tall, over 200 lbs (100 kg) or if you have knee- or hip problems, as you will be sitting with your knee above your hip. In such a case we advise to book one of our big tuks.Our tuks are electric, emission-free and quiet! You will enjoy the natural airco of Bonaire, the prevailing Northeastern tradewind, as the tuks are open-air. As a bonus, you can take beautiful pictures right from your seat without that annoying reflection of windows. Join us for the best tour you have ever had!
Descubra Bonaire con un recorrido en camioneta por el norte y el sur de 3 horas desde Kralendijk, ya que ofrecemos comentarios a bordo sobre la cultura local, historia, flora, fauna, lugares de interés.Vea los queridos flamencos rosados de Bonaire, así como el burro local en su hábitat natural, y experimente las enormes pirámides de sal y las coloridas salinas en el extremo sur de Bonaire. Vea el pueblo más antiguo de Bonaire, las Cabañas de esclavos, el centro de Bonaire, la Iglesia Católica y, entre otros, el Lago Goto.Otorgamos la oportunidad en muchas de nuestras paradas para salir y tomar algunas fotos. Para los entusiastas de la playa, opcionalmente, puede optar por finalizar su recorrido en Coco Beach para practicar snorkel y nadar. Previa solicitud, podemos organizar una recogida en la playa.Siéntese y relájese en un autobús limpio y con aire acondicionado y deje que uno de nuestros amables y experimentados guías locales lo lleve a una inolvidable excursión de Bonaire.
Local culture is just two feet away.When you’re on foot, our “Dushi” city of Kralendijk can’t slide past you faster than you can absorb it. You’ll have time—and proximity—to explore our local history unlike you would have experienced it before. On our walks, you encounter our local monuments and you will experience the tempo of our “Dushi” city of Kralendijk in a way you never would have noticed if you breezed through in a vehicle.
Mangroves are nature's way of building land mass. On Bonaire, the mangrove area at Lac, for generations, has been the island incubator for the various species of fish that thrive in Bonaire's water. The remnants of the old trees can still be seen. The fisherman recognized the importance of mangroves to the eco-system. They used to ply the canopied waterways in their boats, fishing and harvesting mangrove twigs. They used the long, pliable sticks to make mats, window coverings and other useful items. This was done by slicing the twigs into long pieces and weaving them into the desired items. Now that the mangroves are protected and the old fishermen have passed on, this art has been lost. Today the mangroves are used as a recreation area.Want to learn about Bonaire’s history and culture? Step in our air-conditioned van/ car or pickup with our native tour guide and explore the great scenery and history off the Island.
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.
Spend a few hours learning about Bonaire’s history and enjoying a bit of relaxation time, too. First, visit the salt flats as well as the nearby slave huts. Learn how slaves lived and worked during Colonial times and reflect on the country’s complicated past. You’ll also visit Coco Beach, where you can swim, sunbathe, or simply take in fantastic ocean views.
Get to see the highlight of the South of Bonaire, with the mains attractions on this part of the island, Bachelor's beach, the salt mountains and the slave huts. We are flexible, we can also customize the tour to give you the best experience.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.
Small signposts direct the way to the Indian inscriptions found on a 3-foot limestone ledge that juts out like a partially formed cave entrance. Look up to see the red-stained designs and symbols inscribed on the limestone, said to have been the handiwork of the Arawak Indians when they inhabited the island centuries ago. The pictographs date back at least to the 15th century.Driving near the North East ocean of Bonaire, seeing the splashing waves hitting the cliffs on the coastline with some donkeyswalking around until we reach the downtown.We will be also visiting the Boca Onima where you will be able to see a nice inlet of waves entering the shoreline. There you can see the other 12 wind turbines that help produce the electricity of the Island.