Unhurried, unspoiled, unforgettable … these are just a few words that describe the natural wonders awaiting you in Bonaire’s Lac Bay mangrove forest — and you’ll experience them in all their glory on an off-roading adventure.  

Alongside a friendly and informative safari guide, set out to explore one of the best preserved mangrove forests in the Caribbean and the biggest lagoon in the Netherlands Antilles. Learn about the biological diversity of Bonaire National Park, a recognized RAMSAR wetland site of special significance and home to three different mangrove species.

Very few cruise guests get to visit Lac cai, this is a protected wetland area globally recognized as a RAMSAR SITE. Ramsar site: A wetland considered to be globally important, supporting populations of plant and/or animal species significant for maintaining the biological diversity of a particular bio-geographical region. Measures 700 hectares, 2,5 miles long by 2 miles wide.

Throughout the journey your guide will point out the native wildlife that abounds in this protected bird sanctuary — pink flamingos, great white herons, goats, donkeys, lizards, brown pelicans and frigate birds included.

Then enjoy some relaxation along the secluded shore of Lac Cai Beach, where you can swim in calm, shallow, crystal clear waters or stroll along the coast and capturing picture-perfect scenery.

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