Bonaire is a small Dutch Caribbean island with a population of approximately 19,000. The island is renowned for it's underwater world and has been ranked #1 Shore Diving Destination in the Caribbean/Atlantic region for 25 year in a row. It is ranked first among many other categories such as: Best Snorkeling, Best Macro Diving, Best Beginner Diving, Best Freediving and Best Healthy Marine Environment. The island is surrounded by a reef which is protected as a National Marine Park.
You can find a lot of useful & interesting information about Bonaire on the tourism site: www.tourismbonaire.com.
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Route to location
Direct flights from Amsterdam Schiphol airport to Bonaire are available daily from KLM and TUI. You can search for flights here.
Route from/to train or Airport
In Bonaire, the easiest and cheapest way to get around is to rent a car. You can find a list of rental companies here.
Hotels and other accommodations
Bonaire has many types of available accomodation ranging from small botique cottages to luxury resorts. Some sites to check are:
Tourism Bonaire - Where to Stay
Things to do...
Things to Do
Besides snorkeling and diving, many come to Bonaire to windsurf, kitesurf, sail, hike, mountain bike, or just to relax on the beach. Bonaire is home to some of the world's best windsurfers. It is an excellent place to try these sports for the first time!
You can also visit Washington National Park: a 5,643 hectare nature sanctuary located in the northwest part of the island. It was the first nature sanctuary of the Netherlands Antilles and was established in 1969. It is a safe habitat for the terrestrial endemic and endangered species of Bonaire. Parrots, flamingos, parakeets, iguanas and many other species of birds and reptiles can be found in this protected area. The beaches inside the park are an important nesting ground for all four species of sea turtles found in the Caribbean. Source: Stinapa Bonaire