Hamlet Oasis Resort

Address: Kaya Gob. N Debrot 123, Kralendijk, Bonaire | 3 star ranch
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This 3 star ranch, located on Kaya Gob. N Debrot 123, Kralendijk, is near Bonaire Marine Park, Lac Bay, Bari Reef, and Aquaspace Sailing Charters.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hamlet Oasis Resort Kralendijk

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Kralendijk

Bonaire 1

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jan 31, 2015

... can't escape them on this island. Hell I haven't been able to escape the Dutch in my travels, feels like they're in every country I visit. I'd heard divers gush about Bonaire since the first day I put on a wetsuit, so it's been on the list for a while. Every diver you talk to who's been here calls it a divers paradise, so naturally my expectations were high. Upon arriving to my hotel, I chatted with an American diver called Smack and a Dutch kitesurfer called Ronald who ...

Last day underwater

A travel blog entry by drmom on Mar 20, 2014

9 photos

... advanced dive site as well as an actual lighthouse) and passing by the slave huts. There were a few flamingoes in the brackish water just in from the shore, but they were too far out to see clearly. We also got to watch salt being collected from the evaporation flats.

Tonight is a laid back evening in. The girls have a test tomorrow evening and we have plenty of leftovers to eat.

Family fun times... In Caribbean diving wonerland

A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Sep 28, 2013

33 photos

... part of the island, in Lac Cai bay. Snorkelling in mangroves with upside-down jellyfish and schools of fish hiding between the mangrove roots was a little eery, but we were assured there were no crocs in here. Maybe a small shark, but no crocs... During a day of diving the north sites, we stopped in the town of Rincon for lunch. We asked around for local food and came across a little eatery half-filled with locals around tables full of empty Amstel ...

Kralendijk, Bonaire

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 05, 2011

26 photos

... called Polar. We decided on the local beer and it was good and cold. So we sat for awhile under a fan in the shade of the open patio drinking a Polar beer. Life is good when you don’t have to rush.

But time passed and we began our journey this time back to the ship. With the beach on our right and the town on our left, we were in perfect orientation to return to the ship. The ship appeared large in the not too distant front of us. This is one of the reasons we cruise, we ...

The Serengeti Monkey Story

A travel blog entry by normflach on Sep 10, 2011

4 comments, 3 photos

... with the matte black frame and the driver’s gradient lens. They are an amazing pair of glasses that I picked up in New York in 1991, the summer we moved to Curacao. My Serengetis and I had already developed a meaningful relationship on countless Caribbean beaches and to this day, remain the coolest set of shades you will find anywhere.

Lory’s first reaction to my misfortune was to laugh. She had been similarly surprised by the sweeping paw ...