Tourism Corporation Bonaire NV

Kaya Grandi 2, Kralendijk
Netherlands
Telephone +31 23 5430704
Fax +31 23 5430730
europe@tourismbonaire.com

Hall map

boot 2018 hall map (Hall 3): stand A94

Fairground map

boot 2018 fairground map: Hall 3

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 08  Diving
  • 08.02  Services (Diving)
  • 08.02.02  Diving Trips
  • 12  Organisations/Institutions/Clubs
  • 12.01  Organisations/Institutions
  • 12.01.01  Governmental Bodies/Institutions

Our products

Product category: Diving Trips, Governmental Bodies/Institutions

Bonaire Dive Sites

Bonaire Marine's Park offers a total of 86 dive sites, it is home to over 57 species of soft and stony coral and more than 350 recorded fish species. Many of the dive sites have access by boat or shore. From the shore, dive sites are marked with names on yellow stones. Please note that all users of the Bonaire National Marine Park must pay a Nature fee as admission. Take a look of the Top 20 Dive sites, you can also download to view all the dive sites.

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Product category: Diving Trips, Governmental Bodies/Institutions

Bonaire’s underwater world

The entire coastline of Bonaire has been declared a marine sanctuary. It’s underwater world is home to an abundance of fish species.

Some fish found throughout Bonaire’s waters include colorful Parrot Fish of all varieties, Blue and Rainbow included.  Friendly Angel Fish, feisty Sergeant Majors, and beautiful Butterfly Fish dot the reef.  Scrawled File Fish swim by sporting electric blue stripes.  Grunts, Gobies and Groupers. Delight in schools of Blue Tangs and Jacks.  Camouflaging Frog Fish blend in so well, but are certainly present.

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Product category: Diving Trips, Governmental Bodies/Institutions

Family Trip

Visit Bonaire together as a family. Resort and other accommodation providers offer special packages throughout the year for family travel. Some of Bonaire’s dive operators and snorkel professionals offer family trips and packages as well. Most restaurants have kid selections and when not on the menu, are glad to help.

Bonaire has a number of places to see and activities to do for families. Accommodation providers, dive operators, and activity specialists can help with specific questions and recommendations for families. Additionally, contact the tourist offices in local cities or the local Tourism Corporation Bonaire on the island.

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About us

Company details

Bon Bini
It is truly our pleasure to welcome you to Bonaire. An island blessed with an unsurpassed natural beauty.

From the depths of our pristine waters to the height of our tallest peak, Brandaris, you will feel Bonaire’s magic wash over you from the moment you arrive and throughout the days as you become attuned to Bonaire’s unhurried pace. You will find that, here on Bonaire, there is a peaceful ambiance for daily life, without the hassle of traffic lights, hustle and bustle, or normal, day-to-day worries. Your only concern will be how to spend each new day you have on Bonaire. Nowhere else is vacationing as easy as on Bonaire, as our warm, friendly people welcome visitors from around the world.

Next to other activities as, kite surfing, windsurfing and snorkeling, Bonaire continues to be recognized as one of the top destinations worldwide for its sustainable tourism. For the 24th consecutive year Bonaire was recognized as the number one Shore Diving Destination in the Caribbean/Atlantic in Scuba Diving Magazine’s Annual Readers’ Choice Awards. This year, it received 12 awards. It was also voted number one for Macro Diving and Beginner Diving.

Bonaire has a long history of nature preservation, and always seeks to find the delicate balance between environmental protection and growth, while maintaining nature and culture. Bonaire was one of the first Caribbean islands to collaborate with the Coral Restoration Foundation (CRF) to conserve our reefs. By commencing a program for cultivating new corals, specifically the stag horn and Elkhorn corals, Bonaire will be able to preserve the reef’s genetic diversity. In this way residents, visitors and future generations will be able to enjoy an enriched marine environment.

But conservation and preservation is not limited to the marine environment. Bonaire continues to pursue initiatives that will reduce the CO2 effects on our planet as we work towards fulfilling our promise to remain an ‘Eco-Friendly’ destination. Bonaire will continue to lead by example and strengthen its commitment to sustainable tourism practices.

We invite you to delve into the wonderful activities the island offers, both terrestrial and marine, which makes Bonaire a unique destination. We encourage you to explore, to enjoy, to become a part of Bonaire, absorbing our nature, our culture, and our cuisine. The warmth from the sunshine is here for all to enjoy while on Bonaire, but you will cherish the afterglow of the Bonairean people in your hearts forever. We assure you that “Once a Visitor Always a Friend”.

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