The Bonaire Botanical Garden is one of the weirdest things we’ve ever seen, and we’ve seen some really weird things around the world.
Botanical gardens are often on our list of must-see sights when we’re visiting a new destination. We’ve visited London’s Kew Gardens, the Seychelles National Botanical Gardens, Shanghai Botanical Garden, Canada’s Butchart Gardens, the Royal Botanical Gardens of Sri Lanka, Australia’s Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney and Melbourne, and the National Botanic Garden of Georgia in Tbilisi, just to name a few.
We’ve toured university gardens, private gardens, library gardens, and urban gardens, along with arboreta, greenhouses, seed vaults, and more.
Not once have we seen the likes of the Bonaire Botanical Garden, with its bone collections, bottled seawater, pet livestock, and, of course, plants.
Read more about what makes it so intriguing in Mike’s latest article for Atlas Obscura and take a tour of your own through our photos from this peculiar passion project.