Washington-Slagbaai National Park Visitor Center Museum, Washington-Slagbaai National Park

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National Park Visitor Center
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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  • The National Park is a wonderful place to visit with so many different things to see. There is such a variety of interesting environments from white sandy beaches to rocky blowholes, from crystal clea...  more »
  • Have you ever been on the Disney Jungle Cruise? Well that's the closest comparison I can make with this place. Whether or not you enjoy it depends on how adventurous you are and what you enjoy. We wen...  more »
  • With a rented car we entered the park around 10:00am. Entrance fee for tourists is $25 per person. This allows you to snorkel and to climb the different hills. Before you pay your fee you have the cha...  more »