Enjoy nature without disturbing it or leaving footprints behind. That’s the formula of the small-scaled eco-resorts that will be built on the Estate Bolivia.
Bonaire is perfect for eco-tourism. The island is sparsely populated, and the majority of tourism is concentrated in and around Kralendijk, on the south coast. A few kilometers islands, the land becomes (relatively) more calm and varied, hilly, and (especially after a refreshing tropical shower) green landscape unfolds itself surrounded by the turquoise-colored Caribbean Sea.
“The vast Estate Bolivia just invites to be explored and for the native flora and fauna to be discovered”
The vast Estate Bolivia just invites to be explored and for the native flora and fauna to be discovered, which is why walking and cycling routes are set out. For those who really want to immerse themselves in the unique nature of this particular part of the Netherlands, there is the option to stay in an eco-resort where sustainability and comfort go hand-in-hand.
From the small-scale, climate-neutral resort located in a quiet area on the estate, guided walk and cycling tours through the terrace-shaped landscape will be organized. For those interested, rangers can provide tips about the best places to spot birds. The area is extraordinarily photogenic with its dry tropical forest, towering cacti, dried-up cliffs filled with fossils, and waves that fiercely crash on its shores.