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Local Native Guide Tour Mangrove/Flamingos
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Local Native Guide Tour Mangrove/Flamingos

Mangroves are nature's way of building land mass. On Bonaire, the mangrove area at Lac, for generations, has been the island incubator for the various species of fish that thrive in Bonaire's water. The remnants of the old trees can still be seen. The fisherman recognized the importance of mangroves to the eco-system. They used to ply the canopied waterways in their boats, fishing and harvesting mangrove twigs. They used the long, pliable sticks to make mats, window coverings and other useful items. This was done by slicing the twigs into long pieces and weaving them into the desired items. Now that the mangroves are protected and the old fishermen have passed on, this art has been lost. Today the mangroves are used as a recreation area.
Want to learn about Bonaire’s history and culture? Step in our air-conditioned van/ car or pickup with our native tour guide and explore the great scenery and history off the Island.

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Lac Bay, Kralendijk Bonaire

You will see the Lac bay, where you can see fish , conch.
You will pass by the pink water and the mangrove where you can see the flamingos.

Duration: 5 minutes

Duration:1 hour 30 minutes
Commences in:Kralendijk, Caribbean Netherlands
Country:Caribbean Netherlands

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