Eat ‘Til You’re Full at Taste of Bonaire, Walk it Off on a Full Moon Hike
Taste of Bonaire and a full moon hike top the charts for weekend events.
This week has two ever-popular events, and they are timed just right! On Saturday evening, be in Wilhelmina Park for the Bon Topa (Let’s Meet) Edition of Taste of Bonaire, from 6:30 PM until 11:00 PM. On Sunday, get in some healthy exercise with STINAPA’s Full Moon Hike of the Lagadishi Trail.
Ban Topa (Let’s Meet) Edition of Taste of Bonaire in Wilhelmina Park.
This is a very special Taste of Bonaire because anyone attending will have the opportunity to provide Bonaire’s tourism office with their ideas and feedback on a special survey about the future of Bonaire’s tourism and the island’s tourism strategic plan.
Music, performances, arts and crafts, and food.
But of course, there will be music, dancing, arts and crafts stall to peruse, and the main event, food! Both local and international foods can be sampled while enjoying music from
Grupo Kariño, FMK Formashon Musical Krioyo, and Projekto 2000.
Special performances and a new debut single by Jeon.
There will be performances from the Dominican Dancers, local dance artist Semi Marten–together with her dance partner from Curacao– and, direct from Aruba, we’ll be enjoying Jeon (Biggy Boy). At this special event, Jeon will also debut a new single dedicated to Bonaire.
Full moon hike of Washington Park’s Lagadishi Trail.
And, should you overindulge in all of the great variety of foods on Saturday evening, STINAPA gives you the opportunity to walk off those extra calories on their Full Moon Hike of the Lagadishi Trail in Washington Park on Sunday, March 12th, 2017 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
What you’ll see on the Lagadishi Trail.
The Lagadishi Trail takes one along the windward coast and back. You’ll see a limestone plateau that provides a complete spectrum of Bonairean windward scenery: historic sites, xerophytic vegetation (plants such as cactus, which are adapted to dry habitat), sand dunes, mangroves, a salt pan (a shallow seawater lake, which evaporates seasonally leaving a residue of salt), blowholes, and a true oceanic beach are some of the components of this trail. Flamingos are frequently seen in the salt pan. Interpretative signs are provided on this trail.
Items to bring on the trail.
Don’t forget to put on some walking shoes that are comfortable. Bring a flashlight along, because even if it is full moon you do want to see what’s on the ground right in front of you, as you don’t want to hit your toes against rocks or even cacti. Don’t forget to bring your own bottle of water and snacks if necessary.
Register your participation.
To participate, please call STINAPA at 717-8444 before 4:00 PM today. There is space for 25 people, and the entrance fee is $10 per person. Meet at the entrance to Washington Slagbaai National Park at 5:00 PM.
Enjoy your weekend!
(Source: TCB, STINAPA)