Indulge in the amenities of Spice Beach Club, a lovely waterfront resort where you may swim, sunbathe, dine or pamper yourself in the spa.
Depart from the pier and enjoy a brief drive along Bonaire’s beautiful coastline to the Spice Beach Club, a spectacular resort with an abundance of amenities that ensure a carefree visit. Upon arriving, you will be greeted with a cool tropical drink and a sincere “bon bini,” a phrase that means “welcome” in Bonaire’s national language of Papiamentu.
Following a brief introduction to the resort’s facilities, you will then spend the next few hours enjoying the tropical setting. What you do is entirely your choice. You might sunbathe down on the powdery white sand on a beach lounger, or poolside in the shade of a swaying coconut palm. An intimate spa and restaurant are on site, as are several lovely private cabanas.
If you are feeling ambitious, you may swim in the crystal-clear, typically calm sea, rent a kayak and paddle up and down the shore, or don snorkeling gear for an up-close look at the marine life. Strict laws have protected the waters surrounding Bonaire since the 1970s, and as a result the sea is teeming with life. Tropical fish, seahorses and sea turtles are commonly sighted swimming along the reefs, which are among the healthiest in the Caribbean.
Whatever you decide to do, be assured it will be extraordinarily relaxing. Following your visit, you will bid the resort “ayo” (“good-bye” in Papiamentu) and transfer back to the pier.
Please note: Walking on this tour is primarily at the guests’ discretion. There will be sandy and uneven surfaces to negotiate at the beach. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Swimwear worn under light-weight clothing; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a towel from the ship; and flat, comfortable shoes with a non-slip sole or aqua socks are recommended. Amenities available for additional costs are: Cocktails and drinks from the Beach Bar, lunch at the restaurant, snorkeling equipment, kayak and dive shop rentals and spa treatments. Those who take part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.