Bonaire Yacht Charter
Tiny Bonaire simply has some of the world’s best diving, with tangible dollops of history and funky vibes adding character. Bonaire’s appeal is its amazing reef-lined coast.
Entirely designated a national park, the beautiful waters lure divers from across the globe. Although the beaches are mostly slivers of rocky sand, several take on a pink hue from ground coral washed ashore. Bonaire’s capital and main town has a long seafront that’s good for strolling day or night.
Bonaire doesn’t have many eye-popping beaches but its pint-sized desert-island sibling just offshore, Kleine Bonaire, does. The south end of Bonaire is flat and arid, and you can see for many miles in all directions. Multihued salt pans where ocean water evaporates to produce salt dominate the landscape.
Bonaire‘s Pink Beach is a long sliver of sand that takes its color from pink coral washed ashore. It’s pretty rough and you’ll want a thick pad for sunbathing, but the swimming (not to mention the diving and snorkeling) is good. The beach is even better to the south. Dutch is the official Bonaire‘s language , but English and Papiamento are spoken widely.