A Tuk Tuk will transport you along Kralendijk’s timeline on this trip. This auto rickshaw is an electric-powered, eco-friendly way to see the sights. You’ll start at the beginning, at Fort Orange. This defensive structure was built in the early 17th century and fronted by canons to warn off pirates. The guns did their job flawlessly, because the building was never attacked. Fast forwarding a few hundred years, you’ll see Bonaire’s first hotel and the prisoner of war camp, where German soldiers and Dutch Nazis were interned in the Forties. You’ll also catch a glimpse of the island’s first hospital. One of the most eye-catching sights you’ll see on this trip will be the island largest church and the statue of Betico Croes. This giant head is a memorial to the political independence fighter from the island of Aruba. Your tour comes to an end with a picturesque drive along the water side boulevard. Here you’ll have a chance to see both old and new homes in candy-colored hues and spectacular ocean views dotted with quaint fishing boats.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.