Bonaire vacations overflows with natural beauty. Gentle trade winds and calm waters provide the perfect mix for watersports. Snorkel or scuba dive from the shoreline at any of the Marine Park’s 80 sites.
Bonaire is the quiet sister of the “ABC Islands” (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao) and enjoys the same sunny climate and breezy tradewinds. Famous for its coral reefs and underwater natural parks.
Bonaire is a diver’s haven for both certified scuba divers as well as snorkelers who can access many reefs from the shore. On land, Bonaire is relatively undeveloped, and still maintains a laid-back island feel. In the southern region, sea salt is “farmed” in miles of salt flats, which also doubles as wildlife preserves for thousands of pink flamingoes. The island offers a number of eco-adventure options such as kayaking, hiking, horseback riding and windsurfing.
Situated off the coast of Venezuela, well outside the hurricane belt, these islands offer a year-round warm and dry climate, perfect for a sunny Caribbean holiday.
A Bonaire Vacations will see you dive headfirst into a variety of ocean activities. The island’s award-winning diving and snorkeling are readily accessible year-round. Bonaire National Marine Park along the island’s entire coast offers a protected reef. Swim with sea turtles and over 350 varieties of multi-colored fish.
mere 100 miles from South America, Bonaire’s shoreline is protected by Bonaire National Marine Park. The caverns, lagoons, beaches, and wildlife of Washington Slagbaai National Park are also sheltered here. Explore Bonaire’s still-flourishing salt industry with a visit to the southern salt pans, stocking piles of salt crystals and home to a flamingo reserve.