AS OF JULY 02, 2020, THE THERE ARE NO FLIGHTS TO BONAIRE IN FEBRUARY 2021. WE WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR THE SITUATION AND UPDATES WILL BE PUBLISHED TO THIS PAGE AS THEY ARRIVE. OUR INTENTION IS TO GO ON THIS TRIP IF POSSIBLE. PLEASE REFER BACK TO THIS PAGE FOR UPDATES. IF THIS TRIP COMES BACK ONLINE, NOTE NEW CANCELLATION POLICY.
Bonaire is a small island located in the southern Caribbean known for its pioneering role in the preservation of nature, in particular the preservation of the marine environment, and for its excellent scuba diving, snorkeling, and windsurfing, among other things.
Washington-Slagbaai National Park This pristine 13,500 acre natural park offers an excellent introduction to the landscape and vegetation of Bonaire. Covering almost one-fifth of the island, the park offers hills with scenic vistas, vast saline plains, beaches and trees filled with exotic birds. Animal life includes wild donkeys, goats and iguanas.
Kralendijk (pronounced ‘Crawl-en-dike’) This diminutive cluster of red tile roofs hugging the island’s western coast is Bonaire’s lively capital. Its Dutch colonial houses, the Museo Boneriano and Fort Oranje give a glimpse into the island’s past, while the town’s oceanfront promenade offers stunning sunset vistas and a fine prospect of Klein Bonaire. The main street is a browser’s collection of dive shops, boutiques, arts and crafts galleries, restaurants and bars. Noted by dive enthusiasts around the world as a spectacular dive destination, scuba diving and snorkeling are the central activity for most visitors to Bonaire. Bonaire is a leader in Caribbean marine conservation, and the water’s off of the island’s surrounding coast have been declared a marine park. Dive conditions around Bonaire are ideal with moderate temperatures and high visibility. Most reefs remain pristine and untouched, and Bonaire’s location in the arid southern Caribbean keeps the water free of silt.
Because the waters around Bonaire have been protected by an actively managed marine park for the past 35 years, Bonaire today ranks amongst the top four best diving destinations in the world.
An Island Tour offers an excellent overview of the island, and includes a journey to Goto Lake, Para Mira, Seru Largo, the salt company, and the slave huts. Guided Mangrove Kayaking with an experienced guide/naturalist in the mangroves of the national park of Lac Bay. Enjoy a beautiful sunset and the best happy hour on the island aboard a tri-deck motor yacht. Bike Bonaire from coast to coast and discover the cactus landscape with unique flora & fauna. Big Game Fishing charters
- Diver ——–$1379USD
- Non diver—$1019USD
Bonaire, Caribbean Feb 2021
06 February 2021 to 13 February 2021
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Pricing in US dollars, and is based on double occupancy, unless noted otherwise.
Deposit required at the time of booking.
Balance is due December 01, 2020.
Full refunds up to Nov 21, 2020; minus transaction fees of approximately 3.1% (PayPal no longer refunds transaction fees), or full credit for rebooking at a later date.