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Curacao Island and Mambo Beach Tour
"Curacao is an island rich with history unique attractions and breathtaking scenery. Enjoy this fun tour as you venture across the the island to enjoy amazing views a trip to a local distillery and time at the famous Mambo Beach. Begin your day with a scenic drive past St. Anna Bay an inlet that divides the capital city Willemstad into two separate regions. Enjoy views of the Riffort a fort built in 1828 to protect the city that is now home to numerous restaurants and shops. Next you'll see the unusual Queen Emma Bridge
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East Side and Sea Aquarium Tour
"Curacao is an island rich with history unique attractions and breathtaking scenery. Enjoy this fun tour as you venture across the the island to enjoy amazing views a trip to a local distillery and time at the famous Mambo Beach or the sea aquarium. Begin your day with a scenic drive past St. Anna Bay an inlet that divides the capital city Willemstad into two separate regions. Enjoy views of the Riffort a fort built in 1828 to protect the city that is now home to numerous restaurants and shops. Next you'll see the unusual Queen Emma Bridge
From $60.00
 
Curacao Full-Day Private Custom Island Tour
"Customize your own full-day private tour in Curacao. Whether you want to relax on a beach or tour the island the friendly local staff will help you design your customized tour.An example of a combination tour is starting with a little tour of the city center and its monuments. Depending on your preference you can go look at more of the history of Curaca if you are adventurous and don't mind a 15-minute hike you can go to the bat cave and stand on top of the cave to get an amazing view of the north side of the island. Then you can go to the beautiful Shete Boka National Nature Park to see the amazing coves and the famous blow hole. After that you can hav the exact itinerary is completely up to you! All guests will be supplied with bottled water and snorkeling gear. When visiting certain attractions there may be an entrance fee which is an additional cost.""""Visit amazing spots around the island
From $70.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Bonaire

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salt flats

We accidentally ran across these salt flats and the slave huts on our short stay to the island. We divided our trip between Bonaire and Aruba. This was our first and only trip to Bonaire .. made the...
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Cemeteries

Since I am part of a group that documents cemeteries, I am always looking for new ones to photograph. There are a couple of cemeteries in Kralendijk. They were even on the otherwise useless port map...
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Take a Drive...

If you have access to a vehicle, go for a relaxing drive along Bonaire's winding roads to see some beautiful scenery. There's the Scenic Drive along the Northwest coast which has lush vegetation and...
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Visit an art gallery

There are no huge major attraction art galleries in Bonaire, but there are a few unique small galleries on the island that sell pieces too. Richter Art Gallery features Linda & Jake Richter and other...
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Don't miss the land animals

Bonaire is known for amazing reefs and marine life, but also has interesting and unique birds and land animals. You can spot a variety of different species with a short hike through the cliffs and...
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Slave huts

These are down near the Southern tip by the Solar salt works ponds.It was really sad to see and imagine how horrible it must have been to have to live in these huts.The Slaves were brought in from...
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Wilemstoren Lighthouse

Old abandoned lighthouse on the Southern tip of Bonaire.We could not find much info on this lighthouse while here but you can see that there was once a need for it, as it is located at the tip of some...
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See the salt!

Is that snow on Bonaire?No, it's just the salt mine.There is a conveyor belt that goes over the road to a pier for loading onto ships.Next time you salt your fries, just think that it may have come...
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Lighthouses and beaches

The south side of the island is where the main beaches and diving spots are since they are on the leeward protected side. The north coast is rocky and has larger wave action. If you have a car, drive...
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Watering hole for the birds

Directly across from the bay is Salinas Slagbaai. You will see flamingos here since these salt pans are a favorite feeding ground from Jan. to June. There are also many other species of waterfowl seen...
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Colonial-style building

The salt industry was also introduced during this period of time. The large yellow colonial-style building seen here was used as a salt storage warehouse. It dates back to 1868 and has been restored...
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Boca Slagbaai or Slaughter Bay

Down a steep decline to what was once one of Bonaire's most important harbors, Boca Slagnaai or Slaughter Bay. Nowdays it is a popular dive and snorkel site.Its history dates back to 1868 when goats...
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You may pass a donkey or two

On the road around the park you will probably see a donkey or two. These donkeys have been running wild since 1925. We happened upon a mommy,daddy, and baby. We passed the adults but the little one...
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Playa Funchi you may be joined by a whiptail

If you stop by to check out Playa Funchi you probably will be joined by whiptail lizards.Found only on Bonaire, these lizards are quite used to people and will come out to see what you have to feed...
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Top Hotels in Bonaire

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E.E.G. Boulevard 10, Caribbean
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Kaya Gobernador N Debrot 71, , Bonaire, Caribbean
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J.A. Abraham Blvd 40, P.O. Box 413, Kralendijk, Bonaire, Caribbean
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103 Kaya Gobernador Debrot, Bonaire, Caribbean
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Blvd Santa Barbara 50, Bonaire, Caribbean
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79 Kaya Gobernador Debrot, Kralendijk, Bonaire, Caribbean
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Top Things to Do in Bonaire

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Bonaire National Marine Park

Purchase the Marine Park tag ($10.00 cash) and receive orientation about park. The waters are warm and clear with visibility averaging between 100 and 150 feet. Heaven for scuba diving or snorkeling....
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Slave Huts

If you are touring Bonaire, and on your way to the salt pier, you will pass this small, but very important stop. Here you will see the huts in which the slaves, until the 1860s, would dwell in small,...
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"A bounty of natural beauty"
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"Bonaire Sights - Mostly Above Water"
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"Divers' Paradise: Bonaire"
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"Bon Bini!"
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"Divers' Paradise"
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