For those who need a break between sports, or something to do the day before flying... take a tour of the park. Pack a nice pick nick and head out for a day of sightseeing and relaxation (we have a cool box for you). The park is located at the northern tip of the island and has a variety of flora and fauna, and a diversity of terrain and wildlife. A pick up truck is recommended due to its rugged dirt roads. You have different route possibilities depending on your schedule and interest, and you will find wonderful spots for diving and snorkeling.
There is more to Bonaire than its magnificent underwater realm, Hans from Outdoor Bonaire can show you just that! Hans has been a long time island resident and guide. Through Outdoor Bonaire you can discover Bonaire in a very different way. All trips are scheduled with and facilitated by Hans. Hans provides knowledgeable and informed training and excursions in a variety of island outdoor activities, providing detailed information about Bonaire’s wildlife, history and landscape…and anything else about Bonaire that peaks your interest. You may have your tour in English, Dutch, German, and Spanish!
BOWALIE Captain Walter and hostess Liezeth welcome you on board of Bowalie, their luxury sailing yacht. Join them for an unforgettable sailing trip on the waters of Bonaire. You have options from exclusive day, half day or sunset charters. With 6-8 guests maximum, you are guaranteed personal attention and excellent service. From Bowalie you will have a fantastic view of Bonaire and of Klein Bonaire, with the opportunity to take some amazing pictures from a different viewpoint.
To find out more about Bowalie sailing trips, please visit their website: http://www.bowalie.com
Note:***It is required that everyone who wishes to use the waters pay a “Nature Fee”. The waters surrounding Bonaire are a National Marine Park. For divers the fee is $25 for the year and $10 for non-divers. At the time of purchase, you will receive a tag showing your support toward nature preservation and a receipt. The Nature Fee also includes access the Washington-Slagbaai National Park for free for the year.***