Activities on Bonaire
Bonaire is perhaps a small island, but it is super cozy and is one of the most beautiful diving areas in the world. But besides diving you can experience much more on Bonaire.
The landscape of Bonaire is extremely suitable for a horse ride. The towering cacti, characteristic divi-divi trees and the rugged rock formations contribute to the wild-west-like atmosphere. In addition, countless unpaved paths and passageways cut through this beautiful landscape with lizards, iguanas and flamingos.
Bonaire is one of the most beautiful diving areas in the world and has enough different places to dive. Unlike many diving destinations, the most beautiful dive sites and coral reefs are accessible from the coast and the water is crystal clear. So you don’t have to go into the sea with a boat first.
Bonaire is not Ibiza. No excess of discos, but often during the weekends there is live music in several places where you can dance to your heart’s content. In and around Kralendijk are many tasteful restaurants, terraces, local eateries and cozy bars. Anyone who loves good food and drink does not have to lack anything.
On Bonaire it blows 300 days a year, but the months of February to August are the most suitable. In these months, an average wind speed of 16 knots (29,632 km / h) is measured with a maximum of 30 knots (55.56 km / h). The wind on Bonaire always comes from the same direction, namely from the northeast.