Bonaire is the pearl of the Caribbean. With enchanting natural scenery, unique diving sites and beautiful beaches; your holiday in the sun will be one you will never forget. Discover everything to see on Bonaire. You have to visit the following places:
Drive by car to the vast Washington Slagbaai National Park nature reserve, where you can see flamingos, iguanas and rare parrots. You will not only enjoy looking at the exotic wildlife, but also the impressive cactus plants. Various car routes have been mapped out for you to explore the park. Please note that scooters, quads and other motor vehicles are not allowed in the 6000-hectare main area of the park.
Anyone who books a holiday on Bonaire cannot return home without having a dive in the underwater paradise. The island has been a favorite spot for beginner and experienced divers for years and is renowned for its beautiful coral reefs, the hundreds of species of tropical fish and the high underwater visibility stretching yards on end. Rent a car and travel effortlessly from the riffs of Vista Blue to the shipwreck at White Slave.
After you have been to Pekelmeer, you will never wonder where salt comes from again. Salt production is one of Bonaire’s most important industries. The local inhabitants dig salt out of the lakebed after the scorching sun has evaporated all the water. It is also an impressive sight to see. You can enjoy looking at gigantic pyramids of salt, the lilac-coloured lake and grazing flamingos.
You should certainly visit Lac Cai to see the clear blue ocean and the pearly white beach. It is one of the most beautiful places on Bonaire. Lac Cai is located on the east side of the island and has a strong sea breeze. The combination of wind and warm water makes Lac Cai a paradise for windsurfers. Or, if windsurfing is not your thing, you can simply relax with a cocktail in hand at one of the beach bars.