Bonaire offers untouched dive sites that are among the last truly unspoiled places on earth. Discover over 85 dive sites beneath our turquoise seas, where you'll find thriving reefs teeming with more than 350 species of fish and 57 species of coral.
No matter your favorite outdoor activity, you'll enjoy it even more on Bonaire. Blessed with sunshine and warm trade winds nearly every day of the year, we naturally spend a great deal of time outside connecting with nature.
Visitors to Bonaire are required to pay a tourist entry tax of $75 per person, per visit. The funds from the tourist tax are invested to support education, infrastructure, tourism development and sustainability initiatives on the island.
Bonaire, a beautiful island in the Caribbean Sea, is renowned for its white sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and diverse natural wonders. As a tourist, exploring this island is an unforgettable experience.
No one knows Bonaire better than our people. So there’s no better way to get to know Bonaire than by reading the blogs they write about the island’s natural habitats, wildlife, history, cuisine, activities, language, and so much more.
Preserving Bonaire for Generations to Come
Bonaire is a true ecological marvel, so we work every day to preserve our piece of paradise.