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We hiked the Dos Pos hiking trail. It gives you a good feel for the terrain and flora of Bonaire. Be sure to bring water, sunscreen, hat, etc. Long pants may provide protection from plants with thorns. Some parts of the trail are a little...More
Hot and dry when we were there (except the actual water falling from the windmill). No real amenities, but this is a great spoet for birding due to the availability of fresh water. A little piece of the real Bonaire.
Across from parrot sanctuary (which has very limited hours open to passing public), this is of some historical interest, but not much to it...Located on rural road. Bike, hike & for-wheel trails nearby. Plenty of cacti to see, and lizards, off course. Saw traces of...More
Our taxi driver stopped to show us this well and gave us the history of how it was used and how they trained a donkey to carry water from the well to the people that needed it in town that was miles away. Interestingly, it...More
Since I was a volunteer at Echo, across the street from the Pos, I used the Pos to wash my clothes and shower every couple of days. It was nice and quiet most of the time, except for the occaisional tourist driving by haha! There's...More
Until 1898 this was an open well that served the principal settlement, Rincon, on the island as well as the rest of the northern part of Bonaire. In 1940 a windmill and reservoir were built to increase available water supplies. In 1949 two water distributions...More
Critical source of water for inhabitants of Rincon as well as wild life. Initially hand or donkey carried to individual dwellings. Windmill and reservoir built in 1940. Besides the windmill and information sign at site, there are still functioning faucets and small pool there. Interesting...More