Caribbean Islands - Bonaire (Chapter)
This is the Bonaire chapter from Lonely Planet’s Caribbean Islands guidebook.
Bonaire’s appeal is its amazing reef-lined coast. Entirely designated a national park, flamingos can be found throughout the salt flats and mangroves of the south. Bonaire has a real community feel, and is a restful and intriguing destination.
- dive Bonaire National Marine Park, a Unesco-recognized world treasure of underwater beauty close to shore right around the island
- windsurf on breezy Lac Bay, which is one of the world’s premier destinations for beginners and pros alike - and it has a good beach
- restaurants & accommodations
- step out at night in Kralendijk, which makes up in character and quality of nightspots what it lacks in number
Coverage includes: Understand Bonaire, History & Culture, Landscape & Wildlife, Survival Guide, Directory A-Z, Getting There & Away, Getting Around, Kralendijk, North of Kralendijk, Rincon, Washington-Slagbaai National Park, East of Kralendijk, Lac Bay and South of Kralendijk.
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