Kralendijk, Bonaire Cruises

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Kralendijk, Bonaire overview

Kralendijk is the chief town of Bonaire in the Netherlands Antilles. Tourism is the economic mainstay, though salt mining is also a significant industry. The island is known for its fine beaches, skin diving, and pink flamingos.

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Discover Bonaire and Beach Club

Discover Bonaire and Beach Club

$75/Adult

Start your scenic adventure along the northern coastline where Bonaire's legendary blue waters wash...

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North Coast Drive, Rincon Village, and South Side Salt Flats

North Coast Drive, Rincon Village, and South Side Salt Flats

$45/Adult

North Coast Drive, Rincon Village, and South Side Salt Flats Bonaire's history is deeply rooted in...

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Southern Scenes

Southern Scenes

$39/Adult

Southern Scenes This short and concise tour is the perfect introduction to the Southern end of Bona...

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Bonaire Discovery

Bonaire Discovery

$52/Adult

Bonaire Discovery Experience the best of Bonaire on this comprehensive tour. Explore the island's c...

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772 Kralendijk, Bonaire Port Reviews

by Hoorayforvacay

Bonaire has amazing snorkeling, but take water shoes if you visit No Name Island! Seriously! (your feet will thank you as you depart the water taxi and step into rocks and bits of coral). You needn't bother snorkeling the reef if you are not an adventure buff. There are more than enough fish to see right off the beach in shallower water. I preferred the beach snorkeling as deep water snorkeling starts the Jaws theme song in my head. And did I mention to take water shoes? We caught Good Return Water Taxi at Karel's Beach Bar and spent the time waiting for the taxi sitting on the dock watching fish swim by in impossibly clear turquoise water. And did I mention to get some water shoes?!

Visited: Jun 25, 2016

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by MarksaCruising

Horse Ranch Bonaire- we booked online. Pricing was good. Picked us up across the street from port entrance. Took just my wife and I riding. Rode about 1.5 hrs to the beach. Then rode in water over the horses head. Really cool! Total ride time was about 4 hours. Energetic horses. Well trained. We had a blast. Dropped us off at the port. We walked bow legged back on the ship.

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by cruiserdh

Loved this Island! We rented a car (from Budget Car Rental) and drove all over island - Awesome opportunity & would definitely recommend! We went to Donkey Sanctuary, saw the pink flamingos, slave huts on beach, Lighthouse, Salt flats & beautiful beaches. Ate lunch @ Karel's Beach Bar & Waterport. Tried Iguana Soup, coconut breaded shrimp and cocktail called "Sex with an Alligator!!" Fun, memorial day! Can't wait to return someday . . .

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by redbeardhoosier

The southern Caribbean's best-kept secret. I have not had as much fun exploring any island more than Bonaire, which we did via golf cart, thanks to Bonaire Cruisers. From postcard port town, to peaceful western beaches, to the flamingos at Lake Goto, to the tropical wilds of Washington-Slagbaai National Park, to quaint Rincon (and the unique cactus liqueur worth a sample at Cadushy distillery), to the Onima inscriptions, to the panoramic views from Saru Largu, there's something for everyone - and that's just the northern loop. Head south from Kralendjyk past the airport to see Pekelmeer, the salt pans, slave huts, Willemstoren lighthouse, the wild eastern shore beaches, Lac Bay, and mangroves. The island is small enough to explore on your own - and we did so with plenty of time, even taking a two-hour lunch break on the ship. Simply put, this was one of the best days I've ever had in port.

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