Maximum Weight: 250 pounds
Minimum Age: 6 years
Please remember you have up to 2 days prior to your sail date to purchase your Royal Caribbean International Shore Excursions online. If you are within the 2 days, you will then need to purchase your Shore Excursions on board.
*Prices shown above are representative. Dates, times, and prices are subject to change and may not be available for your sailing. To purchase a Royal Caribbean International Shore Excursion, you must already have a reservation number for a cruise and have made a payment towards that reservation. Shore Excursions must be purchased in the same currency as your cruise reservation. Exchange rates are determined by a competitive pricing program and may be subject to change without notice. All monetary exchanges onboard are processed in U.S. Dollars directly to your SeaPass® onboard charge account unless otherwise specified.This tour requires a minimum number of guests in order to operate.
Explore the unique beauty of Bonaire's protected coastal ecosystems with a trained nature guide. The lush mangrove areas of Lac Bay, located within Bonaire National Marine Park, serve as a nursery for the reef and nesting grounds for birds. Glide noiselessly on shallow waters and down narrow canals of mangrove canopy to discover a variety of marine life in the clear waters and different species of birds in the trees.
Highlights: • Lac Bay: Explore the lush mangrove forests that border this stunning lagoon in Bonaire National Marine Park. • Natural Education: Learn how the mangroves serve as nurseries for the nearby reef and nesting grounds for many birds. • Intimate Experience: Ride with a trained nature guide in a quiet, electric-powered boat that only seats 8.
What to Bring: • SeaPass card and photo identification • Camera • Sun protection • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear: • Waterproof shoes • Hat and sunglasses • Swimsuit under cover-up or light clothing
Important Notes: • Due to park law, there is no dock/pier. • Guests step from shallow water (about 8 inches) directly into boat. • The boat embarkation area can be wet, muddy and slippery.