WE GET EXCITED BY ALL OUR LANDSCAPES
The landscape of Bonaire has great contrasts. Where the north is green and hilly and the central region consists of limestone terraces, savannas and mangrove forests, the south is mostly flat and barren.
In the North you will find our Washington Slagbaai National Park with rugged coves, rough lava rocks, impressive salt lakes and our 719 feet high mountain Brandaris, that is part of a ridge with multiple peaks. On our trails you can intensely enjoy the pristine, deserted nature and our wide variety of animals.
In the middle of our island you can find the Ramsar wetlands, our mangrove forests that are a haven for many fishes and birds. The mangroves are part of the backbone of the beautiful Lac Bay Lagoon in the south. If you come here with your kayak, you will be deeply impressed by the natural beauty and overwhelming peacefulness.
In the South there is a special lagoon, enclosed by coral reefs: Lac Bay, with beautiful blue greenish water. You can windsurf here perfectly. It is a nature reserve without buildings and that means you can enjoy a serene calmness.
The adjacent salt production area with the salt pans in various fascinating colors and the pure white salt mountains against the blue sky give the area, especially at sunset, an almost magical appearance.