The journey begins at Kralendijk, the island's capital, before heading towards the South side of the island where we will be stopping at the Salt Company and the Slaves huts. Our journey continues to the north side where you will see some of Bonaire's most well-known landmarks. Your first stop is 1,000 Steps, an island beach reached by a long, steep staircase. The bleached coral and white sand beach is surrounded by limestone cliffs and is a famous diving spot, thanks to the frequent presence of sea turtles in the clear, shallow water. Continue to Goto Lake, a saltwater lagoon and popular hangout for the island's flaming-pink flamingos. Stop to watch and photograph the flamingos in one of their very few nesting areas. You'll also have views of the Washington Slagbaai National Park. In Rincon Village, learn about the settlement's history as the island's oldest village. Then, head for the Cadushy Distillery to see how cactus liqueur is made and sample some for yourself.