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Cycling Trail Map of Bonaire

Bonaire Cycling Trail Map

Cycling Trails - Descriptions:

  1. The Coastal Trail / Rincon
    Along the paved road and return via Rincon and the dirt road back to the STINAPA offices. Approx. 24km/15 miles, mostly flat with one medium incline, part dirt road.

    Optional diversions include:
    - the longer circuit via Gotomeer to Rincon
    - an even longer extension returning on the main paved Rincon-Kralendijk road
    - extending past BOPEC to Playa Frans
     
  2. The Seru Largu Trail
    A short, local circuit including typical rural areas and the fine viewpoint from the top of the hill. Approx. 12km/7.5 miles, undulating steep climb to viewpoint (elevation 124m/413 feet), mainly dirt road
     
  3. The Southern Trail
    A circuit around the south of the island featuring the salt works, the slave huts, and Lac Bay. Approx. 40km/25 miles, completely flat, paved road
     
  4. Lagun-Cai Trail
    A circuit through rural Bonaire featuring Lagun on the dramatic east coast and Cai in Lac Bay with its mangrove area. Approx. 35km/21.5 miles, generally flat, mainly dirt roads
     
  5. The East Coast Trail
    Across the island to Lagun and then following the raised cliff line to Boca Oliva, alternative return routes either by road or by hill track over to the west coast road. Approx. 36km/22 miles, generally flat except for the hill track which rises gently to 110m/367 feet
     
  6. The National Park Trail (two days)
    There are alternative routes to the National Park entrance but we recommend following the East Coast Trail and continuing along the coast via Boca Onima. Return should be via Rincon and the Coastal Route. Within the park, the tour is guided only per park rules. Arrangements must be made in advance for bicycle entry. Approx. 70km/43.5 miles, generally flat, combination dirt and paved roads