My husband & I embarked on a 2 and a half hour guided off-roading adventure via open-air vehicle through one of the Caribbean's best preserved mangrove forests.
We spotted pink flamingos, great white herons, frigate birds, brown pelicans, goats, donkeys, lizards and more.
We were headed towards Lac Cai Beach and along the way stopped at Witte Pan to observe and learn about the various colored slave huts.
These huts were constructed during the slavery time and served as camping facilities for slaves working in the salt ponds to collect and ship the salt.
These huts were also used as sleeping quarters.
Four Obelisks on Bonaire were used as navigational shore markers to guide ships coming in to load the salts. The Obelisks were painted red, white, blue and orange for the colors of the Dutch flag.
During the tour, we passed the Salt flats, the Spelank Lighthouse, and took photos along the water's edge.
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