15 Beautiful Places To Visit In Bonaire, Saba, And St. Eustatius
The vibrant reefs and protected marine parks are spectacular snorkeling and diving spots and some are very easily accessible and located near the shoreline. Here are the best and most beautiful places to visit in Bonaire, Saba, and St. Eustatius…
Klein Bonaire, Bonaire
Klein Bonaire is a tiny islet just off the coast of Bonaire. The island has long since been abandoned by humans but it boasts a more unique population – several sea turtle colonies.
Playa Chikitu is worth a visit because of its wild natural beauty. The winds have sculpted Bonaire’s only true sand dunes into the coast.
Playa Chikitu, Bonaire
Mount Scenery, Saba
Mount Scenery on the island of Saba is one of the Caribbean’s potentially active volcanoes. However, it’s in no imminent danger of erupting so it is perfectly safe to visit.
Wells Bay, Saba
The reef is close to shore and because the island is not as developed as the rest of the Caribbean, you can see more wildlife.
Visiting the village can be quite the leg workout since you have to climb up steep streets, but the picturesque surroundings make for great photo opportunities.
Boven National Park, St. Eustatius
Visitors to the rocky peninsula can spot red-billed tropicbirds, green-throated caribs, lesser Antillean bullfinches, and other species.
Zeelandia Beach, St. Eustatius
The beach is the perfect place to take in the majesty of the waters that surround the island. Waves crash onto the cliffs that border the beach before breaking on the natural sandy shore.
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