From the center of Kralendijk in the direction of Sorobon, Lac Bay and kitestrand, this small paradise is located on the beach in the Belnem district. The cozy bar, the cheerful atmosphere and the pleasant service will make you happy and you can totally relax here. Locals and tourists enjoy the pleasant beach here.
On March 20, Bonaire, the special municipality of the Netherlands, elects a new local government. The political relationship with the Netherlands is still an important point of discussion in these elections nine years after "10-10-10".
The Hague is also very interested in the election process. Although getting information in advance is difficult. It is striking that only three of the eight parties published their party program last month.
In this way the others hope to keep "party program steward" minimal.
You can go on holiday to Bonaire all year round, because it is always summer on Bonaire!
The temperature almost never drops below 28 degrees during the day and the sea water is always around 28 degrees.
Fortunately Bonaire is out of the hurricane season, the prices are somewhat higher in the winter than in the summer.
A 'Happy Hour' on Bonaire is much more than just a drink at the bar. It is a 'way of life', and perhaps one of the most beautiful parties. Happy hours are organized just about every day of the week. And you can not leave Bonaire without having experienced one of these happy hours! But which are the nicest happy hours on Bonaire? We have put the top 5 on a list
A gap year in your study is one of the most important periods in your life. You are going to discover the world and tries behind your study choice. Bonaire Banerji helps you get started. You are going on a trip with a group of peers and you're going to make the trip of a lifetime. You're going to live and work in a new environment. You learn in short time to on your own and you learn what your talents and passions. By Bonaire Break personal studiecoachings route you will discover also what study there for you.
Even though Bonaire is only a small island, the distances can be great, and it is too warm to walk. A rental car or scooter is therefore desirable during your stay on Bonaire.
On Bonaire, people drive on the right-hand side of the road and most international traffic rules apply. You must remember that traffic going straight on always has right of way. Speed restrictions are signposted in km/hour. Distances are also shown in kilometers.
Always wanted to have your own sailboat? Now you can book a tour that will provide you that special experience without the worries. You can charter our fully crewed 45.2ft Sun Odyssey for 3 hours to a full day.
Our start off charter rate includes 1-6 people.
Extra people can be booked as well as an exclusive food and upgrade package.
Would you like a personal chef on board? Just ask us!
Bring your: towel, sedula or Stinapa snorkel/dive tag, reef safe sunscreen & a good mood!
Bonaire is one of the 1,000 islands in a 2,100-mile-long group of islands in the Caribbean area. This group of islands stretches from the south of North America to the north of South America, with the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Caribbean Sea to the west.
The islands in the Caribbean area are divided into three groups: the Lucayan Archipelago, the Greater Antilles, and the Lesser Antilles.
The Lesser Antilles are further divided into the so-called Windward and Leeward Islands, which was a term used in historic sailing.
Moana the first lifestyle conceptstore of Bonaire and located in Royal Palm Galleries. Moana is a cozy surf boutique and worth a visit even if it's just for the interior. With its Caribbean living room, a fireplace of driftwood and even a complete driftwood tree in the store everyone likes to relax on the couch. Owner Lianne Dam is a fanatic kitesurfer and loves to tell you about her love for the ocean lifestyle and the mission of MOANA: 'Protect what you love'. MOANA only chooses brands and products that contribute to a better world.
After Willem Beukelszoon from Biervliet invented the curing of herring in the fourteenth century, there was a huge demand for salt in Europe. When curing herrings, salt is used to keep them fresh for longer, and this essentially revolutionized the food supply. The conditions in the southern part of Bonaire are ideal for the extraction of salt. This is the reason why, to this day, commercial salt production still takes place on the Caribbean island. During the 19th century, more than 50,000 kilograms of salt were shipped from Bonaire to the Netherlands.