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A yellow version of Bonaire

If you have ever been in Bonaire, you probably know its famous yellow-painted rocks. For decades, they have been employed to mark dive sites and recently they have been also used to mark areas of no-access to keep vulnerable habitats secure.

This October 24th, CIEE will be painting and placing “Do Not Enter” rocks at Gotomeer to help keep this important natural resource pristine.

Do you like flamingos? Gotomeer is a saltwater lagoon near the island’s northern end and it’s a flamingo hangout.

If you are on Bonaire, join CIEE and spend a few hours helping out for a good cause, either meet at Gotomeer at 10:00 AM, or arrive at CIEE’s headquarters at Kaya Gobernador N. Debrot by 9:15 AM for carpooling. Water and snacks will be provided.

Healthy and fun activities for you and your family are always available in this lovely Dutch Caribbean island, come to Bonaire!

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