The food storage facility for the slaves of Bonaire Magazina di Rei still exists and is now part of a cultural park. On the way to Rincon on a hill stands a large white building on an open field around which small traditional houses are situated. The second oldest stone building on Bonaire is part of the Magazina di Rei cultural park.
book an hour of Class Bottom Boat Tours. During the tour you will receive expert explanation from Kim and Mark about the underwater life while you sail over the coral reef of the Marina Park and you can take beautiful underwater pictures. During the tour you will receive expert explanation from Kim and Mark about the underwater life while you sail over the coral reef of the Marina Park and you can take beautiful underwater pictures. From the harbor of Harbor Village you leave for Klein Bonaire for an hour.
Will you please help us to care for the donkeys on Bonaire? The donkeys need your help! Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire is a small not-for-profit organization. We are totally dependent on donations and the work of volunteers. You can help the donkeys in different ways. For instance, you can make a one-time gift to us. All amounts, small or large, are very welcome! Donations can easily and securely be made online. You can also adopt a donkey, become a donor, or sponsor the donkeys through your business or firm.
Bonaire, with its capital city Kralendijk and village of Rincon, was in the past made up of six different villages: Antriol, Nikiboko, Noord Saliña, Playa, Tera Cora, and Rincon.The former villages of Antriol, Nikiboko, Noord Saliña, Playa, and Tera Cora now make up the five districts of Kralendijk. Rincon, in the north of Bonaire, remains a separate village. Every district of Kralendijk is made up of different neighborhoods. In total, the five districts of Bonaire’s capital are divided into nineteen different neighborhoods.
On the way to Rincon next to Arawak, the Indian Style restaurant where on Sunday afternoons the locals come to enjoy local dishes and live music you will find Landsailing Adventures BonaireLand sailing is a spectacular sport. The speeds that one experiences are comparable to a sports car, with the main difference that the wind provides all the energy that is needed. Experience is not necessary, the instructors give you enough training to drift over the sand on 3 wheels. Landsailing Adventures Bonaire is open daily from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
Why pay too much for groceries on Bonaire while in the same street as Warehouse and van Tweel is a cheap alternative. Bondigro Supermarket on the Kaya Industria 29 was founded by Ronald Schalker in 2013 because the high prices for food were a thorn in his eyes. Bondigro is an affordable and very accessible supermarket, where you will find food and non-food products. The stocks are highly dependent on the supply, but this cheapest supermarket on Bonaire ensures that other supermarkets adopt a different attitude and no longer charge prices for their products.
Next to Te Amo Beach on the road to Belnem and in front of the Flamingo Airport runway you will find this wonderful stretch of beach with lots of shade. Each beach has its own beauty and you can make many discoveries. We have listed all the beaches of Bonaire. Next to Te Amo Beach on the road to Belnem and in front of the Flamingo Airport runway you will find this wonderful stretch of beach with lots of shade.
In the Washington Slagbaai National Park in the north west of Bonaire you will find 10 special beaches.Each beach has its own beauty and you can make many discoveries. We have listed all the beaches of Bonaire. Playa Chikitu gives you a deep awe for the wild nature that is formed by the constant waves crashing on the rocks. The bay has a nice beach where you can lie nice and quiet. Playa Benge is used by turtles as a nesting place. If you are not afraid of lizards and iguanas then go to Playa Funchi, a beautiful location where you can relax.
The Terramar Museum in Kralendijk is the first museum in the Caribbean Netherlands that tells the story of the Caribbean Netherlands.
The many tourists who visit Bonaire are introduced to the museum with the history and the mix of cultures that have left their mark in the region. Visitors can experience the story of Bonaire in an interactive way, from the first inhabitants and the slave trade to the contemporary way of life on the island.