Bonaire is one of the most amazing islands in the Caribbean! Like an undiscovered beautiful pearl, it lays in an ocean surrounded by colorful reefs and fish. Shining bright and being one of the best kept secrets of the Caribbean, it touches the heart of every visitor and many of them turn into friends who return to Bonaire every year.
No other island than Bonaire
Bonaire really touches the heart of every visitor setting steps on this island. Once you fall in love, you will be longing to return to Bonaire. Our rich history and culture, intriguing nature and tranquility, and colorful underwater world will show every visitor our beauty with both surprising new things and familiar great memories. There is no other island like Bonaire.
With a great variety of possibilities to spend your day, Bonaire has something for everyone. Whether you like to enjoy the tranquility of the beach or the excitement of water sports, there are multiple options for all preferences. Combine an early birdwatching trip in Washington Slagbaai National Park with a history tour through this park. Or go kiteboarding in the morning and end your day with a sunset dive and after-dive BBQ on the beach. Discover the South of the island, see the windward side of Bonaire (East Coast) and end the day at Lac Bay with a fresh fruit smoothie after some incredible snorkeling. Go hiking and the climb the highest mountain of Bonaire (Brandaris, 241m/784 ft.), spot iguanas and flamingos from your jeep tour through our National Park or challenge yourself by mountain biking these hills. We could go on and on about it, there is just so much to do, to see, to discover, to enjoy, to love…
Lo Mi Bolbe
We are glad to share one of the videos created by We Share Bonaire called Lo Mi Bolbe (I Shall Return). It’s the story of a man who loves Bonaire and is longing to return to his island one day. Accompanied by peaceful music and incredible footage of Bonaire, the man wonderfully describes his island in the local language Papiamentu, leaving you speechless and wanting to return to Bonaire.
Do you feel the same about Bonaire?