Bon Biní na Boneiru
When you visit Bonaire, it is love at first sight. With her stunning reefs, white sandy beaches and rich wetlands full of life she will surprise you and capture you forever. The island has a rich history and colourful people and we are happy to be able to introduce Bonaire to you.
Washington Slagbaai National Park
Washington Slagbaai is one of the many conservation efforts of Bonaire, founded in 1969 and located on the northern side of the island. This natural museum really shows you the amazing geographical history of Bonaire. The national park hosts several wetlands where flocks of the island’s famous flamingo’s reside. As part of your unique experience, we sail to the bay and will stop at one of the moorings in Slagbaai, so you can enjoy the park.
Bonaire has a small number of sandy beaches, not easily found or accessed by tourists as many are surrounded by coral reefs, but the ones we will show you are gorgeous.
Spend some quality time at Wakaya, situated in the National Park or stroll along the coasts of Pink or Te Amo beach.
By boat we will bring you to the small island ‘Klein Bonaire’, where hardly any tourists venture and you can find beautiful, secluded beaches - as if they were private just for you.
The Pekelmeer Flamingo Sanctuary is one of only four areas in the world where Flamingos breed. The Sanctuary is located on the vast salt pans at the southern end of the island and home to over ten thousand flamingos. Tourists are not allowed in the sanctuary, but the birds can be watched with binoculars from the road or nearby Pink Beach.
In 2022 Bonaire has been declared as a culinary capital by the World Food Travel Association (WFTA) and it will invite food lovers to discover the delicious high quality of Caribbean cuisine. Dine in at one of the best restaurants of the island. We will be happy to advise you and to help you with reservations.
Music for your soul
Bonaire has a rich culture and as a result, is home to many music festivals. Throughout the year we have a jazz festival, local band performances and a vibrant salsa community. It will no doubt bring a smile to your face and some movement in your hips.
Being a ‘Watersport Paradise’, Bonaire really has activities for everyone. You can learn kitesurfing or windsurfing on the famous south coast, head off on an adventure kayaking through the mangroves or discover our breathtaking underwater world with scuba.