With our cruise, Bonaire was one of the longest stops that invites you to mainly scuba.
We dropped off from our cruise to the terminal, we were a bit early so we were not sure if we were in the correct place as other tour operators were already picking and moving their guests.
Thankfully everyone knows everyone and they confirmed where to wait and who to expect.
We thankfully had Brenda, who mentioned that she has lots of experience in doing so and clarified a few things.
She will also suggest the best spot to swim with turtles (if that is your goal) as is not the "touristic" spot that many use.
Bonaire does not have much of sandy beaches but mostly coral based (so pack your beach/swimming shoes!).
Regardless of these limitations, we loved the tour as there was quite a bit more to see.
Brenda had not only a full and well detailed tour already laid for us.
But also had a few booklets so we could easily see the location, information and other details about the places we were visiting at the time, including birds and fish!. So for those history or photography nuts, you will be covered perfectly!
Brenda drove to the different location in her private truck ( we were only 3 tourists), which was comfy, plenty of space to store, good viewing angles and of course, cold water for hydration.
We visited the slave huts, the salt mine, the lighthouses, flamingos, etc.. We pretty much did a full circle to the island as we changed our mind regarding the snorkeling.
Brenda also accommodated our changes and suggested other things, like going to the top of the mountain's overlook to see the entire city and giving us additional recommendations to see turtles.
I am also thankful for the photo stops as I'm an aficionado.
So I recommend H20 Visions Bonaire.