Bonaire

Two routes, north and south from Kralendijk, the island's small capital, are possible on the 24-mile-long (39-km-long) island; either route will take from a few hours to a full day, depending on whether you stop to snorkel, swim, dive, or lounge. Those pressed for time will find that it's easy to explore the entire island in a day if stops are kept to a minimum.

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  • 1. Mangazina di Rei

    Museum/Gallery

    Built around the second-oldest stone structure on Bonaire, this cultural park a few miles before Rincon provides a fascinating insight into...Read More

  • 2. Rincon

    Town/Village

    The island's original Spanish settlement, Rincon is where slaves brought from Africa to work the plantations and salt fields lived. Rincon is...Read More

  • 3. Rooi Lamoenchi Kunuku

    Museum Village

    Owner Ellen Herrera restored her family's homestead north of Lac Bay, in the Bonairean kadushi (cactus) wilderness, to educate tourists and...Read More

  • 4. Seru Largu

    Mountain

    Just off the main road, this spot, at 394 feet, is one of the highest on the island. A paved but narrow and twisting road leads to a magnificent...Read More

  • 5. Washington–Slagbaai National Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Once a plantation producing divi-divi trees (the pods were used for tanning animal skins), aloe (used for medicinal lotions), charcoal, and...Read More

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