Photo Thursday – Washington Slagbaai National Park of Bonaire


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Washington Slagbaai National Park

Every Thursday, I will be posting a photo from my travels and a spotlight on the location.  Today’s Photo Thursday is from Washington Slagbaai National Park in Bonaire, Leeward Antilles.  My parents rented a car and we spent several days exploring the rough terrain of the Slagbaai as well as snorkeling in the Bonaire National Marine Park. From the high-water mark to 200 ft deep is part of the Bonaire National Marine Park.   The best snorkeling on the island is on the southwest lee side of the island.  The brackish water of the low elevation lagoons attract the famous pink American flamingos.  Bonaire has a donkey population introduced by the early Europeans.  The island is also home ot the vulnerable Yellow-shouldered Amazon.

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Check out my other photos from Photo Thursday.

MatD's Spotlight on Bonaire and Washington Slagbaai National Park

Photo Credits (Left to Right): Where to Stay – Chris Favero: Fun Facts – Matej Novak: Diving – David Elwood, Pedro Paulo Cunha, Aqua Immersion: Hiking –  Paul Asman and Jill Lenoble: Windsurfling –  Knight725, Kinght725 

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