This Is Bonaire
People love to experience the year-round sunshine with crystal waters and the consistent climate of 30-32 Degrees Celsius (86-89 Fahrenheit), that makes Bonaire the perfect place to holiday any time of year. Bonaire is globally recognized as the number 1 place for off shore diving, as the reef is very close to the shore.
The warm shallow water is appealing to kite surfers and windsurfers alike. Annually, Bonaire hosts the World Championships of Free Style Windsurfing. It is not surprising the world champion of 2015, resides in Bonaire. The clear waters offer a deep 35-meter view (115 ft) for snorkelling enthusiasts boasting a water temperature of 28 degrees (82 Fahrenheit).
The population is approximately 18,000 people with over 80 nationalities speaking English, Dutch, Spanish & Papiamentu (the original language of the island). There are many outstanding restaurants on the island with an array of flavours to choose from, catering for every palette and budget.
This is Bonaire
Together with Aruba and Curaçao, it forms the group known as the ABC islands, located less than a hundred miles off the north coast of South America near the western part of Venezuela.
Unlike much of the Caribbean region, the ABCs lie outside the hurricane belt.