Below is a list of just a few of activities and services on Bonaire ready to
make your vacation the best one you've ever had...
Driving through Washington Slagbaai
National Park -- Enjoy scenic views, diverse plant life, trees filled
with exotic birds, wild donkeys, goats and iguanas and spots that offer
excellent snorkeling and diving in Bonaire's 13,500-acre natural park.
Kayaking in the Mangroves -- Kayak
through Bonaire's beautiful mangrove forest in Lac Bay, one of the
best preserved mangrove forests in the Caribbean.
Take a day trip to Klein Bonaire --
Klein Bonaire, or "Little Bonaire" in Dutch, is a small island to the west
of the mainland, surrounded by coral reefs and beautiful sandy beaches.
Windsurfing at Lac Bay -- Beginners
can learn the sport in calm, knee-deep waters while more experienced
surfers can venture out to the challenging blue-green swells.
Sail or Cruise -- Known for centuries
as producing some of the world's finest sailors, Bonaire offers day, night,
weekend and snorkel sails.
Kiteboarding -- Year-round steady
trade winds, warm water and a relaxed atmosphere make Bonaire the perfect
destination for kite boarders of all levels. Beginners should visit
Atlantis, where the winds are steady and the water is clear.
- Biking -- Biking along Bonaire's coastline is the perfect way to
explore the island. Bike through Washington Slagbaai National Park or
through the Kunuku outback following hundreds of miles of paths. If
you pass Gotomeer, the landlocked salt lake, you're bound to run into
Bonaire's famous pink flamingos.