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Woodwind guided snorkel tours is conveniently located close to the airport in Kralendijk, capital and main town of Bonaire, one of the so-called ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao) that are part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. From its private mooring outside Divi Flamingo Beach Resort, Woo
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Woodwind guided snorkel tours is located in Bonaire.
Bonaire is located in the Caribbean Sea and it’s one of the islands that make up the Leeward Antilles chain. This island is only one hundred miles away from the South American coast and what makes it particularly interesting is its Dutch heritage as Bonaire is one of the so-called ABC islands that belong to the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Bonaire has a rich and fascinating historical heritage; the island’s first inhabitants were the Caquetio Indians, originally from Venezuela. In the 15th century, the conquistador Alonso de Ojeda was the first European who set foot on the ABC Islands and started their conversion into Spanish colonies. A long chain of events led to the Spanish-Dutch war which ended with Bonaire’s surrender to Dutch ownership in 1636. The official language spoken on the island is Dutch. However, almost 80% of the population uses the creole language Papiamentu and roughly 11% of the population speaks Spanish.
There are plenty touristic activities that travelers can enjoy: the local cuisine with its exotic dishes, sightseeing, water sports, berth booking or sailing are also common for those who are fond of navigation. Visitors have the chance to practice various types of water sports like diving, snorkeling, kite surfing, windsurfing or sailing. There are plenty service providers offering affordable accommodation, sports equipment and guidance and the local currency is the dollar.
Travelers who prefer sightseeing can visit Rincon, the first settlement of Bonaire which has a rich culture and breathtaking views, well as plenty local events and traditions.
Another popular destination is Washington Slagbaai National Park which spreads over one-fifth of the island and has been declared an ecological reserve. The Bari Reef and the Bonaire National Marine Park are two top attractions offering tourists the possibility to observe the ecosystem’s diversity and unspoiled beauty.
The landscape is splendid and one of the best ways to enjoy it is by sailing. MarinaReservation.com provides a fast and easy way to book a berth.
In Bonaire, there are more than 20 breathtaking beaches that offer unique sights. Some of the most popular ones are: the Pink beach whose sand got this colored tint due to the types of shells the water left behind, the 1000 steps beach which gets its name from the limestone stairs that are the passage way to get here, Boka Kokilishi, an amazing black sand beach, Eden Beach hosting modern resort which lies on the finest white sand and many others.
Bonaire offers plenty opportunities for a genuine immersion into indigene culture through various events like bird watching trips, midnight walks, local arts’ week, fishing competitions and many others.
The island’s mild climate, exotic destinations and friendly atmosphere are key ingredients for a memorable vacation with family and friends.
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