If you have a thirst for adventure, jumping off this 25 foot cliff into turquoise water will be right up your alley. I watched these local boys jump time and time again and even do front flips off of it before mustering up the courage to do it myself. As heights always are, it feels much further up when you're about to jump off than what it does when you're watching other people from a distance. My advice: don't do it unless others are out at the same time, so you know exactly where to jump. And, be prepared for the craggy rocks to hurt your feet on the way up! Is it worth it? You'll have to decide for yourself!
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Pristine Beaches and Flamingo Watching at Boca Slagbaai
When you pull up to Boca Slagbaai in Washington Slagbaai National Park, on the northern coast of Bonaire, you no longer feel like a tourist: you're a traveler. This beach is remote and takes a while driving through the bumpy, unpaved roads of Washington Slagbaai National Park, but the views are worth it. The water is calm and swim-able, and on the other side of the park flocks of vibrant pink flamingos stand perched on one leg in their natural habitat, offering opportunities for both photography and relaxation.
Located in the Washington-Slagbaai National Park on the northern point of Boniare, the whole area is amazing. There are flamingos, coral forest and even mountain climbing. It is worth the effort to trek there!