Full Moon Walk in Washington Slagbaai National Park

Full Moon Walk in Washington Slagbaai National Park
STINAPA Bonaire is hosting a fun full moon walk in the Washington Slagbaai National Park next Friday. This event is open to anyone up for an adventurous hike under the full moon. The walk is along the Lagadishi trail which brings you to a limestone plateau with a vista over the island. Expect to see plenty of plants and animals including iguanas and flamingos as well as scenery such as blow holes, mangroves, beaches, sand dunes and a salt pan. Bring water, be ready for some adventure and watch out for cacti!
STINAPA Bonaire stands for Stichting Nationale Parken Bonaire, a non-governmental, not for profit foundation commissioned by the island government to manage the two protected areas of Bonaire: the Bonaire National Marine Park meaning all waters surrounding Bonaire and Klein Bonaire as well as the Washington Slagbaai National Park which is the uninhabited land north and west of Rincon.
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What: Full moon walk with STINAPA Bonaire
When: Friday July 27th 5pm – 8:30pm
Where: The Lagadishi Trail along the coast and back.
What to bring: Comfortable walking shoes and a flashlight for looking at the ground beneath your feet for safety. Water bottle and snacks.
How: Call 717-8444 to register. Space is limited to 25 participants. Cost is $10 per person. Meet at the entrance of Washington Slagbaai National Park.

Things to do with kids on Bonaire

Things to do with kids on Bonaire

Your kids are probably pretty happy to be here already. But, in case you’re having trouble coming up with things to do with kids on Bonaire, we have some ideas for you:

  • Donkey Sanctuary
  • Horseback Riding
  • Windsurf Lessons or in season a windsurf clinic for kids
  • Kite Surf Lessons (approximately age 12 and up)
  • Get Scuba Certified:  Children age 10 and up can already begin with either a one day “Discover SCUBA” course or junior open water certification courses.  Ask your dive center for details.
  • Snorkeling
  • Fishing – from land or boat fishing excursions
  • Trip on the Aquaspace
  • Trip on the Woodwind
  • Swimming and Exploring at Lac Cai
  • Bachelor’s Beach
  • Explore the Donkey Sanctuary
  • Photograph the island
  • Build a sculpture out of rocks on the windward side of the island
  • Thousand Steps for swimming, snorkeling, exploring
  • Land sailing
  • Beach Tennis
  • Mangrove Kayak Tours
  • Stand up paddle board rental (SUP)
  • Films at Bonaire’s outdoor movie theater, Empire cinema
  • See or climb Mermaid Rock
  • Cliff Jump Washington Slagbaai National Park
  • Explore Washington Slagbaai National Park
  • Ice cream or gelato at Gios or Luciano
  • Watch the planes come in overhead at Donkey Beach
  • Kite City food truck at Te Amo beach
  • Crepes at La Creperie in downtown Kralendijk
  • Sea Shell Collecting
  • Driftwood Collecting
  • BBQ night at Captain Don’s Habitat
  • BBQ night at Plaza Resort with the steel drum band
  • Climb Mt. Brandaris in Washington Slagbaai National Park
  • Salt factory tour
  • Souvenir shopping in downtown Kralendijk
  • Learn a little Papiamento or Dutch
  • Local Cuisine
  • Barbecue at the beach
  • Paddleball or beach volleyball

There’s a lot to be explored on Bonaire. Kids can go almost anywhere that adults can go. If your kids are adventurous and want to get up close and personal with donkeys, iguanas, flamingos, pelicans, the fish in the sea and most of all with the water, this is the island for you!

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