Latest News about Bonaire

Bonaire Marine Park to Raise Admission Fee Effective March 1, 2019

By |December 17th, 2018|

Bonaire stands out among Caribbean destinations because of its longstanding commitments to its natural resources, particularly the Bonaire Marine Park.  The protection of the island’s unique natural attractions – the fringing coral reefs, Klein Bonaire, Lac Bay, and Washington Slagbaai National Park – is what makes this Caribbean island special. It’s one reason why […]

Den Laman Condominiums – Our Review

By |December 14th, 2018|

Tucked quietly away just off the Hato roundabout, at the start of “hotel row,” is one of our favorite boutique destinations on Bonaire. With an enviable location overlooking Bari Reef and Klein Bonaire and a front row seat for dramatic island sunsets, Den Laman Condominiums is a favorite among discerning Bonaire visitors. Loyal repeat […]

More Flights to Bonaire on American and Delta

By |November 13th, 2018|

Paradise just got easier to get to! To go along with American Airlines’ non-stop service to Bonaire every Saturday, the airline is adding service on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, starting Dec 19, 2018 and scheduled to operate for all of 2019. Convenient connections over the entire American Airlines flight system make getting to these […]

Bonaire Mangroves

By |October 15th, 2018|

Here’s a brief (and beautiful) video from Scott David Martin. If you have not visited the mangrove ecosystem of Bonaire, this video will convince you to go on your next trip!

Bonaire – Mangroves from Scott David Martin on Vimeo.

Bonaire Reefs say NO to Oxybenzone

By |August 20th, 2018|

Proving, once again, that Bonaire is a leader in reef conservation, the island’s government unanimously approved a motion to ban all sunscreen products that contain ingredients harmful to coral reefs. This makes Bonaire the second tourist destination in the world to take such a proactive stance against damaging sun protection products. Hawaii enacted a […]

Bonaire’s Newest Art Installation

By |July 31st, 2018|

If you’ve been on the island recently and driven around the Hato roundabout, just north of downtown Kralendijk (where many of Bonaire’s resorts and hotels reside), you might have noticed a dramatic change. What once was a barren landscape of dirt and scrub vegetation, has been transformed into a collection of artistic sculptures.

The new […]