Washington-Slagbaai National Park Visitor Center Museum, Washington-Slagbaai National Park
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Stop by Washington-Slagbaai National Park Visitor Center Museum before entering the park itself to learn about the its animal and plant life. Bring your trip alive with useful information so as to enjoy sightings even more. Photos, artifacts, and informative plaques all combine to create a comprehensive view of Bonaire. Pay special attention to the room with a timeline of Bonaire's history, as well as the one with local historical figure Captain Don's old scuba-diving regulator. Use our Washington-Slagbaai National Park tour planner to visit Washington-Slagbaai National Park Visitor Center Museum on your trip to Washington-Slagbaai National Park, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • With friends we visited the Washington Slagbaai National Park. If you snorkel or dive you are obliged to buy a tag by stinapa. With this tag you have free access to the park. If you decide to do this make sure you with a pickup, jeep or other solid car to enter the car park. On certain spots in the park is driving no fun and normal passenger cars will have great difficulty to ride the park. For people who do not know well Bonaire this is a good introduction to the rugged nature. There are relatively few animals in the park. So occasionally you will see a goat or bird. Do see your flamongo's remote. As soon as you want to have a picnic you are unfortunately in no time surrounded by iguanas. Apparently lured by people who feed them they come at you what sometimes really unpleasant.
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  • I took the long route and thoroughly enjoyed myself. I was glad that I was driving a rental truck. Do not try this in a car. Take your lunch with you. 
  • We have done the short route and were not really impressed with the whole what do not want to say that we do not appreciate. There are landscapes and a few birds to be seen but you need something or what handy with the car to drive (4 x 4). The coastline was beautiful but also not special, the former buildings are empty what sin is. The inland waters are populated by flamingos. We are nature lovers but it has not fully satisfy us. on the other hand, the Museum was worth a *****
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