Seru Largu Mountain Trail & Sightseeing

Starting at
$79.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$69.99 / Child (ages 12 and under)
Difficult Activity Level
Minimum age 8 years
2.0 hours
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Sightseeing: Embark on an exciting sightseeing and hiking combo tour to explore Bonaire’s history, culture, and natural wonders. Your adventure begins with a guided drive to the Seru Largu mountain, which means 'long hill' in Papiamento. This is the highest lookout point and the fourth-highest mountain in Bonaire. During the drive, you'll get to see the island's rural, residential, and downtown areas.

Mountain Trail Hike: Once you arrive at the mountain, you will begin a 45-minute trail hike, led by an experienced guide. This hike will take you through the unique flora and fauna that call this island home. Regular visitors to the hill are two species of parrots and other local birds. You will also hear a variety of lizards rustling in the bushes and iguanas in the trees. You might even encounter wild goats and donkeys!

Millennium Monument: The walking activity starts and ends at the Millennium Monument which reads “Kristu Ayera Awe Semper” which translates to “Christ yesterday, today forever”. The white cross on the monument can be seen from almost anywhere on Bonaire, making it a handy landmark. The top offers an incredible view from an elevation of 125m (about 410.1 ft).

What’s Included:

  • Unlimited cold bottled water.
  • Granola energy bar.

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Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age - 8 years. For safety reasons, pregnant women, and guests with back or neck injuries, high blood pressure or heart conditions may not participate on this excursion.

What to Bring: Comfortable walking shoes.

Good to Know: Walking will be done on coral stone, sand, and lava stone. Some areas are a bit inclined. The tour guide will brief you on where to walk and what to touch. It is not allowed to pick up any natural elements during the tour and bring them back to the cruise ship.