Great Things to do.

"Great Adventures Dive Shop"

On the beach at Harbour Village.  Rinse tanks, shower, storage lockers. The 5 Star PADI Dive Shop offers a wide range of diving equipment ideal for recreational and professional diving as well as Dive Packages and underwater photography classes.

If you are interested in renting dive equipment or booking a dive package during your vacation, I encourage you to make arrangements in advance by contacting the dive shop manager, Chris Ball, at

The Spa

The Spa at Harbour Village Beach Club features eight private treatment rooms, offering a full menu of professional massage, facial and salon treatments, using Pevonia Botanica spa products. A private cascade pool and pool deck offer a tranquil retreat before or after a treatment.

Fitness Center

Enjoy the open and airy fitness center, also located at The Spa, which has state-of-the-art treadmills, stair climbers, stationary bikes, universal gym, free weights and more.

Hours: 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Kayak the Mangroves

The mangrove forest of Lac Bay is one of the best preserved mangrove forests in the Caribbean.
In the Lac Bay area one can find three different species of mangrove trees in crystal clear waters.

While kayaking or sitting in their solar boat you can see why we call this area the nursery.
They can pick you up at the Resort for the 2 hour tour.
Of course, they provide instruction and guidance so as to avoid any damage to this fragile environment.

Bonaire Boat Rental

They offer a variety of boats, from super cool Wake board Boats to easy going Lounge Boats. They also offer several water activities, sports and lessons. Renting a boat with Bonaire Boat Rental will guarantee a day of fun on the water.  Walking distance.

Tour Washington Park

Washington Slagbaai National Park is the first nature sanctuary of the Netherland Antilles. It was established in 1969 and covers an area of 5.643 hectares.

The mission of the park is:

To protect and manage its natural, cultural and historical resources, while allowing ecologically sustainable use for the benefit of future generations.

Visit the Donkey Sanctuary

You are very welcome to visit Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire. Visit the little shop and learn about the work they do. Here you can also buy nice souvenirs of which all profits benefit the donkeys.
Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire is open for visitors daily from 10 AM to 5PM.  Your tour can be done by car, scooter of bike. Of course you can also make a walk through the park. Quads are not allowed.

The entrance fee is US$ 7.- for adults. Children up to 12 years only pay US$ 3.50. Adopters receive free entrance for 2 persons from their family.

Visit the Slave Huts

In 1633, the Dutch took possession of Bonaire and the nearby islands of Curacao and Aruba. The largest island, Curacao, emerged as a center of a large slave trade, while Bonaire became a plantation island of the Dutch West Indies Company.

African slaves worked on the fields, cultivating maize or cutting dye wood and harvesting salt from the expansive salt flats.

The only slaves that worked the salt pans were men. They worked 10 hour days. Each week the men walked down from Rincon along the coast, which took about 6 hours. They then walked back to their families for the weekends.