If you've ever wanted to know what it's like to live on a deserted island, hop the next water taxi to Klein Bonaire. A small, uninhabited island about half a mile west of Bonaire's mainland, Klein Bonaire is an unblemished oasis protected from development as part of Bonaire Marine Park. After a relaxing 25 minutes boat trip, you will be dropped off at the pristine, white-sand No Name beach. Walk off the boat easily with the ramp that delivers you right onto the beach. As this land is untouched, the water visibility is excellent; meaning snorkelers can see the coral and sea creatures clearly.
If discovering the underwater flora and fauna isn't for you, Klein Bonaire also offers a peaceful beach atmosphere, with white sands perfect for building sandcastles. Just keep in mind that there are no refreshment stands, changing areas, or beach umbrellas on the island. You're truly marooned until you catch the water taxi back to the pier, so remember to pack plenty of water, food, sunscreen, and an umbrella for shade.