It's worth a quick stop to see these if you are driving by. I don't think I'd make a special trip to these white slave huts unless you're really a history buff, or unless this is something you are extremely interested in seeing, in which case you probably wouldn't be basing your decision to go or not on any reviews... 更多
My husband and I stopped here between dives to not only see a little bit of the history of the island. It was very eye opening to read about how the people lived & why they were placed here & as well ae how small the houses were that they were placed in.
In between dives my husband and I stopped at Witte Pan. Interested in the history behind Bonaire, it was worth the 5-10 minutes we spent. Its just amazing to see how small the homes were for the slaves. Really makes you appreciate what you have. If you are in the area its worth stopping by. It only takes about 5... 更多
There are two groups of slave huts on this road. The ones painted white are accompanied by a historical marker that tells about when they were constructed and a little bit about the lives of the people who used them and why. The yellow huts have no historical information that we could find. Both groups of huts are in great... 更多
The white slave huts are worth a quick stop. It doesn't take long; there are just a couple lines of huts and a plaque with information on the history of these huts, which were occupied by slaves long ago. Interesting to learn a bit more about the history of the island and to see this historical place.
Sad reminder of Bonaire's past slave trade. I'm sure the huts offered respite from the elements, but surely not much else. At 5'5", I ducked to enter and was able to stand upright in the middle. The front and rear windows allowed for the wind to pass through. Located on the edge of the beautiful turquoise sea, not far from... 更多
There are 4 areas near each other as you drive towards the light house they are marked by 4 distinct colors to guide ships to the correct "type of salt" they were to pick up in Bonaire. Each has the quarters of where the Slaves that did this work lived, if you are flexible enough or small you can enter... 更多
We went to Witte Pan as part of an island tour. These are the tiny huts where the slaves who worked at the salt flats lived during the times they were not doing their forced labor. Apparently there were six or more slaves stuffed into these cramped quarters, although the guide said most would probably sleep outside at night A... 更多