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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  • We were advised to hire a pick-up truck so we could drive round the park and it was good advice. On arrival, after a brief introduction at the park office where we were given a map, we decided to driv...  more »
  • When the Spanish visited many years ago they described the island as useless. They did not see the north part which is beautiful and very different from the flat, dry south. There are marine lakes, gr...  more »
  • With our own hire 4 x 4 we went twice to the park. A Stinapa penning is of course mandatory. With your entrance ticket for the park you can then the whole year. The dirt roads are (especially on the last stretch) bumpy, but that we found a fun adventure. Without a guide and with a decent car, you can park just fine. You get a ticket along with main points. In 2.5 hours you ride the big round. The water wells, where we expected, very beautiful birds. It was more a kind of pee, there were especially mosquitoes and what iguanas. In addition, the boka's were great and the ride itself was just best varied. The reason we went twice in five days, were the angel fishes and parrot fishes which just swam around us at Wayaka II. For us, this was the coolest snorkel place that we saw on Bonaire and Curacao.
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