Tuk Tuk Cars: These fun and open-air rides run totally silent as they are customized with an electric emission-free and environmentally friendly motor.
Kralendijk: Drive through the colorful capital with your tour guide and pass historic landmarks, monuments and picturesque scenery.
Fort Orange: Stop at the small 1639 fortress, the oldest stone building on the island, built in the Dutch West India style with four impressive cannons that defend the fort against attacks from the sea.
Divi Flamingo Resort: Drive along the coast to the first built hotel on the island and enjoy narrated information. The building was used during World War ll to house interned German prisoners then converted into Bonaire’s first hotel.
Kaya Grandi: Pass by the colorful main shopping street with stores and places of interest as well beautiful preserved historic buildings.
St. Bernard Catholic Church: Stop at the biggest Catholic church, built in 1948, located in the center of Kralendijk.
Captain Don Stewart: Stop at the statue of Captain Don, the Father of Bonaire, as your guide shares the history of this dive pioneer who made Bonaire’s underwater world internationally famous.
Malecón: Drive along the ocean boulevard, also named Malecón, with several stops at the flip-flop tree, fishermen’s pier, the million-dollar bar and historic oceanfront houses.
Accessibility: Tour is ambulatory accessible. Wheelchair and walker can be stored at the pier.
What to Bring: Hat, camera and wear comfortable clothing and shoes.
Good to Know: All open-air rides feature a sunroof.