With more than 200 different species of birds and an unspolit reef-lined coast, Bonaire is a haven for all
Known as a divers' paradise, Bonaire island is situated north of Venezuela, and is next to Aruba and Curaçao.
Its stunning coral reefs are what drive many to visit this oasis, but there is a lot more to explore for those who want to discover the island's charm further than the underwater world.
See the island's iconic pink flamingos at the salt ponds of Gotomeer or the parrots in the wooded valleys near Los Pos
Explore Kralendijk - Bonaire's capital city with plenty of well-preserved architecturaol gems, waterfront restaurants, and a small yet bustling market to discover.
Scuba diving in one of the 60 marked dive sites surrounding the main island
Biking along the coast until reaching hidden coves perfect for sunbasking
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