You’ll get a close-up view of turtles, rainbow-coloured fish and coral today – without having to put on a mask, snorkel or flippers. Bonaire’s whole coast has been protected since 1979, so the see-through waters of the marine park are ripe for fish-watching. Plus, they’re home to three species of sea turtles – green, hawksbill and loggerhead. You’ll board a glass-bottom boat for an hour-and-a-half-long tour of the protected reef, near Klein Bonaire. As you make your way over to the uninhabited island, you’ll pass along Bonaire’s pristine coastline. Your guide will be your very own David Attenborough-style narrator, as you drift over the reef for 30 minutes. And you won’t have to leave your seat, as the viewing window runs along the whole 32-foot-long boat.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.