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Approximately 4¼ Hours
Meals not included
Discover the five things for which Bonaire is famous -- salt, flamingos, donkeys, mangroves and beaches.
You'll head to the southern end of Bonaire with a stop at the beautiful pink salt flats with towering mounds of dry salt.
The history-rich slave huts are a chance to contemplate the island's grisly past. Despite the sadness of the story behind the huts, their purpose, and their original occupants, the spectacular color contrasts of the Caribbean Sea against the pink-colored saltpans, snow-white salt mounds, and clear blue skies make for fascinating photos.
The Willems Toren lighthouse, built in 1837, is Bonaire's oldest. Locals come here to collect pieces of driftwood in spectacular shapes and to build fanciful pyramids from flotsam.
En route to Sorobon Beach at Lac Bay -- the windsurfing capital of the Caribbean -- watch for leggy pink flamingos. You're also likely to spot wild donkeys and goats among the landscape. Enjoy two hours at the beach (beach chair included).
A panoramic drive past Caribbean mangroves brings you back to Bonaire's capital -- Kralendijk.
Wear your swimsuit under your clothing; bring a towel, reef-safe/biodegradable sunscreen, light clothing to act as a full cover-up for further protection from the sun, and a hat. Swim at your own risk.