Rincon Village is the oldest village on Bonaire. Additionally, it is the oldest in continual existence within the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba. Originally settled by the Spanish in the early 1500s, Rincon was strategically nestled within a valley to ward off impending danger from pirates and other threats.
Slaves were brought to Bonaire and worked tending crops and in the salt pans. Slaves lived in Rincon and walked to the salt pans in the south to work, and stayed there for the work week. They returned to Rincon to gather supplies at Mangazina di Rei (Kings store house), and family visits before heading back to the salt pans.
In Rincon we will be visiting the Magazine di Rei (King's store house) and then the Kadushi distillery (where you will be able to taste the local cactus liquor made on Bonaire.After visiting Kadushi we will be stopping at Local Restaurant called Posada. Here will be our last stop and you can enjoy a local food made by local people living on the Island.
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: The Cadushy Distillery, Kaya C. D. Crestian 8 & 10, Rincon Bonaire
You will have the opportunity to go to the cadushy distillery.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Posada Para Mira, Kaya Para Mira, Rincon, Caribbean Netherlands
You will enjoy a great meal of Bonairian local food.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Cultural Park Mangazina di Rei, Boulevard Miguel A. Pourier z/n Rincon, Kralendijk Bonaire
One of the oldest structure on Bonaire, 1820. Museum where you can see a wonderful collection of the types of traditional homes and others structures utilised by Bonaire's early inhabitants. Admission price is 5$
Duration: 20 minutes
Duration:2 to 4 hours
Commences in:Kralendijk, Caribbean Netherlands
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