Bonaire - Globe Guide


Spectacular dive sites, secluded bays, pink lakes and flamingos are found in Bonaire, which is one of the Caribbean's most untouched islands.

Avid divers have been coming to Bonaire for decades, as the Dutch-ruled island is one of the world’s top diving and snorkeling destinations thanks to its clear water, bountiful coral reefs and marine life like turtles, sharks and rays. There’s just as much action on the water as below, due to constant winds that are perfect for sports like windsurfing and kiting.

Rugged, desert-like surroundings and national parks are prime for exploring, and the colourful capital Kralendijk features rainbow-hued facades a lively waterfront set against a backdrop of the shimmering Caribbean Sea.

Here are the best things to do in Bonaire, from sailing trips to high-octane blokarting to lounging at beach clubs.

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