Kralendijk is Bonaire’s capital, but it’s by no means a metropolis. This historic town is the beating heart of the island. Further north you find Rincon, an historic settlement dating back to 16 the century. A good, two kilometre swim from Kralendijk you find Klein Bonaire, a sand and rock fringed uninhabited escape surrounded by the most amazing colourful reefs and fishes which attracts snorkelers and divers from all over the world. It is not only subzero wildlife you find on Bonaire. Washington Slagbaai National Park is a 6000 acres park. Home to an array of wild birdlife, including brightly colored parrots and flamingos and the playground of iguana’s, goats and lizards among others.
A strong warm breeze blows over 300 days a year and makes Bonaire the ideal surfers paradise. Atlantis beach is the place to be for kite surfers while wind surfers find their holy ground on Sorobon Beach. After a sporty day you can spoil your appetite everywhere. Bonaire offers food lovers a ray of restaurants of any kind.
Bonaire is world famous if it comes to diving. 365 days a year 24/7 so to say.
Bonaire deserves a chapter on their food scene. As small as the island is, as large is the variety in places to wet your appetite.
Kralendijk is Bonaire’s capital, but it’s by no means a metropolis. This historic town is charming with architecture in colors sweet as cotton candy.
Raw? Sliced or Grilled? This food truck is simply one of our favorites.
One of the most beautiful insta friendly places to capture one of your tours around the island.
A little cove surrounded by limestone cliffs, white sands and bleached chunks of coral…
From the comfort of your private villa, our chefs create the ultimate culinary experience for you and your guests.
Six out of ten of the World’s top surf pros were born on Bonaire; Sorobon Bay is their breeding ground.
All year round you can find the local food truck heroes on the road. Cooked, raw, cold as ice? Let them tantalize your taste buds.