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Aletta's Goat Farm

#41 of 100 things to do in Bonaire Features Animals
| Tras Di Montagne, Bonaire
+599 780 3608
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Great experience

Aletta's goat farm was magnificent. I'm so glad we went this morning. We arrived while she was... read more

Reviewed 28 December 2016
Patsy H
Cute goats, but not making goat cheese right now

Nice to see the cute goats and learn a bit about goat farming off the grid. There were lots of... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2016
S and A T
London, Canada
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| Tras Di Montagne, Bonaire
+599 780 3608
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Reviewed 28 December 2016

Aletta's goat farm was magnificent. I'm so glad we went this morning. We arrived while she was milking her goats. You get a very up close and personal visit with the owner and her 60+ goats. We even saw two brand new goats today that...More

Thank Patsy H
Reviewed 28 January 2016

Nice to see the cute goats and learn a bit about goat farming off the grid. There were lots of baby goats and we got to feed one. We tasted goats milk yogurt and some lemon balm tea made from herbs grown on the farm....More

1  Thank S and A T
Reviewed 27 December 2015

We spent a fun 3 hours with Aletta and her herd of goats last week and got to learn more that we thought we wanted to know about running a farm. She has a simple operation here run by herself and a couple of volunteers....More

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Reviewed 23 October 2015 via mobile

We loved this very simple goat farm. Aletta was full of information about her goats. We could not believe that she was running this farm on her own with sporadic help from volunteers. Her property has no running water (water must be purchased and delivered...More

1  Thank lizzard48
Reviewed 16 September 2015

Wonderful informative tour given by Aletta. Learned quite a bit about goats. Its amazing what she has accomplished without electricity. The yogurt was tasty was the cheese wasn't really to our liking. She really has a bond with the goats.

1  Thank Pamela H
Reviewed 8 July 2015

I visit the Goatfarm now several times with family and friends. Every time Aletta made te visit special. A great story about the goats and theit life on Bonaire and also how she made the choice to set up the goat farm. After her story,...More

1  Thank Jan1961_11
Reviewed 28 June 2015

No power no running water no money no problem for this great single farmer! go see what real work is...enjoy! And donate!

1  Thank Ben R
Reviewed 20 May 2015

Take a break form all the diving and go see the goats. They are fun to play with and actually the story behind the farm is very interesting.

1  Thank atollmedic
Reviewed 22 April 2015 via mobile

A very nice and relaxed tour by Aletta despite the problems caused by no electricity. She shows her love for goats. Very tasty milk and cheese.

1  Thank Ton R
Reviewed 7 March 2015

I just finished reading comments of the other visitors and fully agree with every single one of them. When visiting Bonaire, Aletta's Goat Farm is a must-see in order to observe/experience what a dream, sheer determination, lots of hard work and camaraderie can accomplish. Aletta...More

3  Thank Huri F
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Raymond E
how do I get to the goat farm from Eden beach resort? I will be visiting with my wife this friday. I cannot find an address or directions anywhere online. THanks!
21 March 2016|
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