Images of Bonaire's Washington Slagbaai National Park

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The entrance to Bonaire's Washington Slagbaai National Park features a traditional Bonairean fence made from intertwined cadushi cacti.  
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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A park hiking trail winds through arid desert scrub en route to a secluded white-sand beach.  
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Playa Chikita sits at the end of the Lagadishi Trail, a perfect spot to bodysurf in the tradewind-driven waves.  
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Other than birds, lizards are some of the most visible wildlife in the park, including iguanas and these fearless blue whiptail lizards.  
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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The park's coastal cliffs and interior mountains offer sweeping views of the desert landscape.  
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Slagbaai has the park's only facilities, including a food vendor and picnic area among historic harbor buildings.  
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Cool off in the ocean by jumping from the sea cliffs that overhang the blue Caribbean on the south end of Slagabaai Beach.  
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Caves pockmark Bonaire's interior, and some have small underground lakes where you can snorkel among the rock formations.  
Credit: Travis Marshall 
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Kayaking through the vast network of mangroves in Lac Bay offers a glimpse at one of the island's most vital habitats.  
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Lac Bay's Sorobon Beach boasts world-class windsurfing with shallow waters and constant tradewinds that make it ideal for beginners and experts alike.  
Credit: Travis Marshall 
 
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