Bonaire has a lot to offer: great diving and snorkeling sites (many of which are accessible directly from the coast), many more (water)sports, visiting cultural sites, discovering a fascinating landscape, enjoying local and international bars, restaurants and shops. Bonaire is a beautiful oasis of calm with no traffic lights, high rises or traffic jams with a friendly, relaxed atmosphere and unspoiled nature.
There are a variety of activities on Bonaire you can undertake. A few of the possibilities: diving, snorkeling windsurfing, kite boarding, land sailing, horseback riding, kayaking, sailing, hiking, cycling/mountain biking, bird watching, dancing, boat trips, wake boarding, waterskiing, discovering caves, climbing and of course relaxing!
In addition there are a variety of attractions including: cultural sites such as the slave huts, historical architecture, Indian murals, Magazina di Rei, Bonaire Museum, salt pans, Lac Bay, Lac Cai, Lake Goto (flamingo colonies), National Park Washington Slagbaai, donkey sanctuary, butterfly farm, Mangroves, Little Bonaire (island), Seru Largu, Rincon (Bonaire’s oldest town) to name a few.