During your vacation on Bonaire you, of course, want to taste as much as possible of what this beautiful island has to offer. Your hotel room or apartment offers the ideal base for the many activities on Bonaire. For example, go out on a magnificent boat excursion and spot flamingos, or spend your day sightseeing with a rental car on the island. When you return to the resort, a comfortable lounger will be waiting for you by the pool where you can enjoy a delicious cocktail between the palm trees, specially prepared for you in the pool bar.
Perhaps one of the most impressive activities that you should definitely not miss during your vacation is diving on Bonaire. At the resort there is a diving school where you can go for all your diving equipment and the most beautiful excursions. Swimming among the turtles, coral and exotic fish; truly an experience to remember. Whether you want to snorkel, dive or enjoy a day on a boat. There are numerous activities on Bonaire to undertake. Besides diving there are, of course, many other activities to discover during your vacation on Bonaire by the sea. Take surfing lessons and defy the Caribbean waves, or try kiteboarding or windsurfing. Undoubtedly an unforgettable experience in perhaps one of the most beautiful places on earth.
🐠 Diving excursion
🚣♀ Mangrove kayak tour
💛 Visit the capital of Kralendijk
🛥 Boat excursions
In addition to the many water sports options you can, of course, move inland for the best activities on Bonaire. The island is buzzing with nice beach bars, shops and sights. For example, visit the capital of Kralendijk and admire the beautiful colorful houses, cozy bars and restaurants, and experience the warmth of the local population. The capital also offers the ideal base for nice trips to, among other things, the salt pans, coral island Klein Bonaire and donkey sanctuary. This donkey sanctuary offers a safe home to more than 600 donkeys and is certainly one of the activities on Bonaire that you should not skip. There are also several special museums on the island, including the Terramar museum and the Slave Huts. Both museums clearly show the rich history of the island and its inhabitants.