Caribbean Vacation Villas, Condos and Apartments of Bonaire
All the way in the southern Caribbean, outside the hurricane belt, Bonaire boasts amazing diving and snorkeling, white beaches, great windsurfing plus amazing nature and wildlife, incl. Bonaire's pink flamingos.
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Bonaire... where the people are friendly and welcoming. With its amazing nature and the pink flamingos, Bonaire is mostly known for great diving and other water sports like snorkeling, kitesurfing, windsurfing, freediving, sailing and kayaking. Contact me at email@example.com or call 1-888-71BEACH to help you with booking your accommodations. Wij spreken ook Nederlands (we also speak Dutch).
This island is one of the ABC Islands (Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire). Just north of Venuzuela and part of the Netherlands but uses US$ as its currency. It is part of the Leeward Islands. Bonaire sits outside the hurricane belt. A relatively dry Island with rainy season from the last week of October to the end of January. Mostly just rain at night or in the morning. The whole Island is 110 square miles. The northern part of the island is a nature sanctuary, Washington-Slagbaai National Park. The southern part of the Island is flat with a few hills, hardly any vegetation and natural resources other then white coral beaches and salt. The southern tip of the Island is a series of giant water filled salt pans of sea salt and a flamingo sanctuary. The official language is Dutch and Papiamento but every one speaks English as well.
Sorobon beach Beautiful shallow beach great for families with kids. Sit, relax and watch the windsurfers practice their tricks. Enjoy a drink and some food at The Hang out Beach Bar.
Te Amo beach This together with Donkey beach is the local people’s favorite. On the weekend it is busy with BBQ’s , playing and swimming. There is also a nice reef that you can swim to for great snorkeling. For some food and drinks there is a food truck called Kite City with excellent fresh fish dishes.
Lac Cai beach You need to take an unpaved road to get to this beach. Once there, the beach is stunningly white and has amazing views of the mangroves. On Sunday afternoons locals gather here for live music and snack’s at La Cai’s beach shack.
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