Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire, Bonaire

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#2 of 24 in Parks in Bonaire
Must see · Zoo · Zoo / Aquarium
Visit Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire and meet its charming residents. Founded in 1939 by a Dutch couple, the sanctuary provides refuge and care for sick or orphaned donkeys in Bonaire. Take a drive through the large park where the donkeys are free to roam--you can pet them and feed them carrots on the drive. Visit the special care meadow, where pregnant, injured, and baby donkeys are kept, learn about the efforts of the sanctuary, and support the donkeys by buying souvenirs from the gift shop. After the tour, you can admire tortoises and iguanas in the garden, or relax with a refreshing drink on the terrace, which overlooks a salt lake. Plan to visit Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire during your Belnem vacation using our convenient Belnem trip tool.
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  • There are many donkeys on Bonaire, they were used in the past for work but became "obsolete". They are still roaming around though. Marina started caring for the donkeys two decades ago and set up a.....  more »
  • You cannot leave Bonaire without visiting this sanctuary. Find out more about the donkeys walking around this island and what the sanctuary does for them. Meet the donkeys up close and discover the...  more »

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