Salt Flats: Your first stop will be at the famous salt flats & mounts. An area that has been operating since 1997, producing some of the purest salts in the world. These distinctive line of white salt pyramids are roughly 50-feet high, contains approximately 10,000 metric tons of pure salt.
White Historical Huts & Obelisks: Visit the historical huts constructed in 1850. These huts served as sleeping quarters and shelter for those that were forced to work on the fields. Four obelisks on Bonaire were used as landmarks to guide ships coming into land.
Willemstoren Lighthouse: Continue your journey to Bonaire's first lighthouse “Willems Toren” which was built in 1837. Locals stop here to collect pieces of driftwood in spectacular shapes and to build fanciful pyramids from objects that have washed ashore.
Sorobon Beach: Enroute to “Sorobon” beach at Lac Bay, where you will experience a nice and relaxing two-hour beach break, your guide will be on the lookout for the leggy, pink shy flamingo, with its deep pink coral feathers. Amongst the landscape and seascape, you’re also likely to catch sight of donkeys and goats that are commonplace in the area. At “Sorobon” beach you will have a breath-taking view of the entire Lac Bay area.
Requirements & Restriction: Wear casual clothes. For environmental responsibilities, your tour guide will set boundaries as to where you are allowed to go. For safety reasons, guests with difficulties walking may not participate in this tour.
What to Bring: Beach Towel. Cash or credit card for additional purchases.
Good to Know: Walking will be done on uneven surfaces such as gravel, concrete and sand at the beach. Showers, restrooms, changing facilities, restaurant & bar are available.