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Flamingo Sanctuary

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Pretty Cool!

In the south of Bonaire you can see the Flamingos in there natural habitat. The day we were there... read more

Reviewed February 18, 2018
Duncan, Canada
Cool to see flamingos - bring binoculars!

Fun to see flamingos in their habitat - but we didn't see very many and what we did see were far... read more

Reviewed February 14, 2018
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Home to one of the largest flamingo breeding grounds in the western hemisphere--over 10,000 birds. This area is not open to visitors.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is my absolute favorite Island in the Caribbean. They are building a new cruise port, so I have a feeling it will become very popular. The Pink Flamingos are amazing.

Thank katiecruiser007
Reviewed July 9, 2018

We thoroughly enjoyed seeing the flamingos in their natural habitat. Our guide surprised us with stopping to see them.

Thank TarheelPeg
Reviewed May 25, 2018 via mobile

Spent an afternoon after some great diving touring the island. The pink flamingos are so lovely. Great island drive to the north end. Saw about 20 birds along the shoreline. Many great photo ops. Then on the way back to Kralendijk we stopped at the...More

2  Thank travlerlab1
Reviewed February 18, 2018

In the south of Bonaire you can see the Flamingos in there natural habitat. The day we were there there was about 20-30 of them. Which we have head it sometimes hit or miss. They also hang out at Gotomeer Lake in the North (Which...More

Thank amanda5805
Reviewed February 14, 2018

Fun to see flamingos in their habitat - but we didn't see very many and what we did see were far away. You need binoculars. It's not like the photos they show with tons of flamingos up close. Many signs tell you to stay off...More

Thank scrapbookchef
Reviewed February 10, 2018

This was a stop as part of a tour of the island. I seem to remember many more flamingos last time I visited.

Thank carribbeanmic
Reviewed February 1, 2018 via mobile

Wonderful to see flamingos in their native surroundings, but binoculars are a good idea as although there were a few close by most were in the distance,we could just see large patches of bright pink in the distance our friends got some wonderful photographs with...More

1  Thank Elaine W
Reviewed January 31, 2018

very nice drive out to the lake. saw some interesting wildlife along the way. guide was very informative. Got to the lake to see flamingos but from a distance. thought we would get closer but did not. still an interesting tour.

Thank steven25528
Reviewed January 14, 2018

Seeing flamingos in the habitat was so cool. The baby ones are pure white and we saw a couple of those. There was probably 50 or so birds in the water, their colors were so bright. Not all are close to the road but there...More

2  Thank Borders24U
Reviewed January 11, 2018

If you love flamingos and want to see them in the wild, then visit the flamingo sanctuary. If you are lucky there will be a few by the road that you can photograph, but you will also see many in the distance.

Thank lithlith
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Response from CarolinaNurse323 | Reviewed this property |
Hi David, The tour my husband & I took to the flamingo sanctuary was scheduled through our shore excursion with the Royal Caribbean cruise line we took. I looked at my photos and the open-air bus had a tour name on the side... More