Bonaire Travel, Hotels & Lodging Guide

Bonaire Sights & Attractions

Salt Pans Along the southern portion of Bonaire you will see salt pans which shine in colors ranging from pink and brown to purple. The color is caused by high salinity that causes bacteria.

Pekelmeer is a salt water lake where solar salt is produced though a crystallization process and then exported to the Eastern United States and other Caribbean islands. The salt pans shield the 135 acre flamingo sanctuary which is home to an estimated 40,000 birds.

Washington - Slagbaai National Park On may 9th., 1969, Nicholaas Debro, the Bonaire born Governer, officiated at the opening ceremonies for the Washington Slagbaai National Park. In 1999, marked the parks 30th anniversary serving as an educational and recreational area for all Bonaireans and our visitors.

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Seru Bentana Lighthouse
Seru Bentana Lighthouse

Boka Slagbaai
Boka Slagbaai

Slave Huts
Slave Huts

Gotomeer
Gotomeer

Wayaka - Smallest Beach
Wayaká (very small beach)

Willemstoren - Lighthouse
Willemstoren (Lighthouse)



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