Salt Flats & Salt Pyramids: Stop for a picture opportunity at these huge piles of crystals that create an “icy” unreal landscape. The white salt pyramids are a must-see in Bonaire. You may spot the Caribbean pink flamingos, too!
Scenic North Coast: Drive along the breathtaking northern coastline with famous dive and snorkel sites. Catch a glimpse of fossils embedded in the limestone, 1000 Steps viewpoint, Devil’s Mouth rock formation, huge candelabra cacti, divi divi trees, diverse birds and other wildlife species.
Former Aloe Plant Karpata: Slow down as you drive through Karpata, a former aloe plant, where you’ll receive an explanation of aloe and the history of the plant.
Goto Lake: We will make a photo stop at Goto Lake, a saltwater lagoon in the north of the island that is known as a flamingo meeting place to spot pink flamingos.
Dos Pos Well & Viewpoint: Pass by Dos Pos, a drinking well for animals, on the way to Rincon Village and slow down at a viewing point for a beautiful overview of the countryside of the village.
Rincon Village: Hear ancient tales and history as you drive through Rincon Village, the oldest village in continual existence in the Dutch Caribbean, originally settled by the Spanish in the early 1500s.
Washington National Park: Stop at the Washington National Park and visit the natural history plantation museum and the open-air exhibit for a peak into Bonaire’s heritage. Relax on the large covered terrace where you can hear the birds and watch the lizards and iguanas.
Salt Flats: Head south for a photo opportunity at the salt ponds and flats. Learn how salt is produced today in Bonaire, and how it was mined in the 17th century.
Historical Huts: Visit the original huts used as shelters by the workers. Following your visit, reboard your motor coach and start the short drive back to the pier via the scenic coast.
What to Bring: Comfortable clothing and shoes and cash or credit/debit for purchases.