- On December 11, 2017
- In General
Discover A Secret Dutch Caribbean Island Paradise
Tucked away in the Caribbean Sea less than 100 miles from the South American coast, lies one of the tropics’ best-kept secrets. Discover Bonaire, a Dutch Caribbean island that delivers unspoiled nature, breathtaking scenery and an enviable climate with year-round temperatures averaging 27C/81F.
Well outside the hurricane belt, Bonaire is the ideal holiday destination for a weekend escape or an extended vacation any time of the year. Tranquil beaches, rugged coastline and a vibrant main town, Kralendijk, offer diverse ways for you to spend your days and nights. With mountainous terrain in the north and flat expanses to the south, Bonaire is renowned for its pristine fringing reef that offers spectacular scuba diving opportunities by boat and from shore.
Warm, friendly people, near-constant trade winds and natural beauty are what keep visitors returning again and again to this unique Dutch Caribbean island. Located less than 100 miles north of the Venezuelan coast and 1,000 miles east of Central America, Bonaire is the “B” of the ABC Islands, that also include neighboring Aruba and Curaçao.
Discovering this Dutch Caribbean isle is easy with direct flights from both the US and Europe. It is also a breeze to island hop this Dutch Caribbean archipelago on one of the many daily flights that connect Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao. Paradise is waiting. The only thing missing is you.