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Cruise ship stop in November - what are the “must sees”?

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Cruise ship stop in November – what are the “must sees”?

Only in Bonaire for the day – anything we shouldn’t miss? We’re not divers/snorkellers or into very extreme sports.

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1. Re: Cruise ship stop in November – what are the “must sees”?

Bonaire is a diving/snorkeling paradise but since you are not interested in either of those how about an island tour? There is much to see -- salt pans, salt operation, slave huts, windsurfing beach, beautiful coastline, flamingoes, lovely downtown, donkey sanctuary to name a few.

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2. Re: Cruise ship stop in November – what are the “must sees”?

Rent a car..do it on your own. Budget will pick you up and bring you to their office. As Sue said, we have a very diverse island to see. Do your homework so when you get in the car you have a plan....We are not a beach destination so check out our reefs below and the windy beach at Lac for fun above the water..

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