Bonaire Sea View Apartment


Bonaire is a small island located in the Southern Caribbean. It is known for its pioneering role in the preservation of the marine environment, and for its excellent scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing and kitesurfing. Bonaire boasts a fringing reef that surrounds the entire island. The shallow terraces are a true paradise for snorkelers and divers alike. Bonaire has long been top scorer in the reader survey of Scuba Diving Magazine, an American diving magazine.

For decades their readers have designated Bonaire as the #1 shore diving destination for the region. The island garners more accolades each year, such as Best Destination Overall and #1 for Marine and Macro Life.

Our honeymoon cannot be spoiled anymore! Thanks to your beautiful apartment with a view on Kl. Bonaire and Kralendijk. We extremely enjoyed nature, above and below the water surface. Also thanks to you we had a nice snorkeling trip and we could give a lot of fish their names. You should do this more often with your guests!
We will surely recommend BON to our relatives/ friends.
Arjan and Marieke

Bonaire Climate
Bonaire has a tropical arid climate, which means a lot of sunshine, easterly trade winds that almost never stop, air temperatures that average between 26ºC / 79ºF and 31ºC / 88ºF. The seawater temperature averages between 25ºC / 77ºF and 28ºC / 82ºF.
The local currency is American dollars. ATM machines take care of your cash needs. You will find quite a few of them, even at the airport.
Crossing Donkeys
The best way to get around is to rent a car. We can arrange it for you. It’s easy to drive on Bonaire, there are no traffic lights, the maximum speed is 40 kilometers (25 Mph) in the residential areas and 60 kilometers (37 Mph) outside. Mind you: donkeys and goats always have the right of way, and bicycles, well, give way to them too.
Slagbaii National Park Nature
Famous for its marine life, Bonaire also boosts a couple of national parks. The Washington Slagbaai National Park covers 1/3 of the island, the mangroves on the east side are a very important eco system for Bonaire, uninhabited Klein Bonaire also is a national park. At least 180 species of birds can be watched on Bonaire. The pristine caves with their spectacular stalagmites and stalactites are home for a healthy bat population. The small island boosts 5 RAMSAR areas.
Slagbaii National Park Colored facts about Bonaire
After a career switch from Tax Lawyer to Dive Master, I moved to Bonaire in 2003. It was the best career move I ever made. Not for the money, mind you, but my well-being was lifted to top level. Arriving on Bonaire for the first time felt like arriving home. After living on Bonaire for a couple of years, it still felt the same and I decided to stay there. I designed a house, had it built and in 2008 I moved in.

Bonaire is special for everybody who comes here. The colored facts describe why Bonaire is so special for me. » The Colored Facts

"Tomorrow morning we leave for another two days at Curacao.
Michel and I have been fine on Bonaire, and especially on such a beautiful location!
Specifically in the mornings when the "warbler and creepers" came to life in your garden.
The sightseeing flight was an awesome experience for us, really great."

Michel and Ineke

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Bonaire Sea View Apartments
Kaya Jasinto # 2
Bonaire, Caribbean Netherlands
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