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We are looking for volunteers & interns!

77 Kaya IR. Randolph Statius van Eps, Kralendijk, Dutch Caribbean 

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Bon dia!

My name is Yentl and I was born here in the donkey sanctuary. My mother's name is Jean and I can't wait to discover the park with her!

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We are open!

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
(Entrance until 4:00 pm)

7 days a week

In 1993, the Dutch couple Marina Melis and her husband Ed Koopman set up a donkey sanctuary on Bonaire for sick, injured and orphaned donkeys: Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire. You are very welcome to visit Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire yourself.

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Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire is committed to providing a protected life for all donkeys on Bonaire. Information is also given about the living environment of donkeys to the islanders, at schools and to tourists. Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire currently houses more than 700 donkeys. They are provided with food, drinking water and medical care and have a lot of space and freedom.

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We lov'iaaaa!

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77 Kaya IR. Randolph Statius van Eps, Kralendijk, Caribbean Netherlands

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77 Kaya IR. Randolph Statius van Eps, Kralendijk, Caribbean Netherlands

77 Kaya IR. Randolph Statius van Eps, Kralendijk, Caribbean Netherlands

News

Every year we publish 2 newsletters for the people who sponsor us, have adopted a donkey or simply give us a warm heart. ​

 

You can find us on Facebook for the most up-to-date news and you can take a look at our shelter via Instagram! .Here you can download our latest newsletter.

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