Bonaire is a charming island territory of the Netherlands, known for its pioneering role in the preservation of marine life. Its stunning turquoise waters, exceptional coral reefs, and diverse marine life have made Bonaire a leading destination for scuba divers and snorkelers from around the world.

Where is Bonaire?

Bonaire is an island located in the Leeward Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. It is part of the ABC islands along with Aruba and Curaçao and is situated approximately 50 miles off the coast of Venezuela.

A Tropical Oasis

Bonaire promises exhilarating adventures both above and below water

Whether you're an adrenaline junkie or in search of the ultimate relaxation spot, Bonaire never fails to deliver. This gem of the southern Caribbean offers an unforgettable island escape, with an underwater world boasting brilliant reefs teeming with tropical fish. Chill out on tranquil beaches, sink your teeth into local delicacies, or get into the festive spirit with the locals during the vibrant Karnaval. This is one island you'll fall head over heels for.

Why is Bonaire for me?

An Underwater Paradise
Beaches for All
Washington Slagbaai National Park

An Underwater Paradise

Bonaire is truly a diver's paradise and one of the world's premier destinations for snorkelling and scuba diving. The island is enveloped by a fringing reef which begins close to the shoreline and slopes gently to great depths, placing colourful soft and hard corals, sponges, and tropical fish within easy reach. Bonaire's calm waters further make snorkelling an easy and delightful experience for all ages.

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