Some visitors are more like family
The Bonaire Ambassador Program
For some visitors, our gentle island breezes and warm tropical magic are just too much to resist. In fact, on average, two out of every five visitors return to Bonaire year after year. So we created the Bonaire Ambassador Program as a way to reward their loyalty.
Becoming a Bonaire Ambassador
When you live on a small island, you really get to know the people who return year after year. They’re not really tourists. They’re more like family. So, we’ve chosen to recognize our most loyal visitors by designating them official Bonaire Ambassadors:
Bronze (10 – 14 years)
Silver (15 – 19 years)
Gold (20+ years)
Platinum (30+ years)
Like any Ambassador, these visitors represent us to the outside world, sharing the warmth and enchantment of Bonaire with co-workers, friends, and family. Hopefully, our Ambassadors will inspire others to visit our island paradise or simply bring them along on their next trip!
The requirements to become a Bonaire Ambassador are simple:
• Stay at an apartment, hotel, villa, or private home during your visit
• Visit Bonaire over consecutive years
• Submit the Ambassador Application form
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LEE AND LANA HORNER RECEIVE RECOGNITION AS BONAIRE AMBASSADORS
In August it was the turn of the couple Lee and Lana Horner, from the United States, to receive recognition as Bonaire ambassadors from the Tourism Corporation Bonaire (TCB). The couple has been visiting Bonaire for 11 consecutive years.
July 27, 2023
TOURISM CORPORATION BONAIRE RECOGNIZES SEVERAL INDIVIDUALS AS BONAIRE AMBASSADORS
Tourism Corporation Bonaire (TCB) gave recognition in the month of July to the couple Dick and Netty van Kleef from the Netherlands who have been visiting Bonaire for 15 years. This recognition came as a pleasant surprise to the couple, given that their friend Agnes Joosten put them in the spotlight for it.
July 3, 2023
TOURISM CORPORATION BONAIRE HONORED FIVE VISITORS FROM BRAZIL AND ONE VISITOR FROM NORWAY AS BONAIRE AMBASSADORS
In June, Tourism Corporation Bonaire (TCB) recognized six visitors, five of whom are from Brazil and one from Norway.