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Recent Bonaire reviews

  • We loved it here, and the courtesy of the owner (and local associates) were incredible!

    "My two sisters and I selected this property because of the reviews, and we were not disappointed. Brian contacted me by phone and e-mail regularly, answered every question I thought to ask and gave me information on several that hadn't yet occurred to me. He set us up with Koos for truck rental - we loved having an unmarked vehicle for all the times the truck sat at dive/snorkel locations - windows open, as instructed. The property itself - not huge, but plenty of room for the three of us (or for four, had my other sister joined us.) There was lots of closet space, and we loved having a cooler and towels we could take while snorkeling. The kitchen was well stocked. One note - with a computer you can get English directions for the clothes washer (directions otherwise in Dutch.) There is a grocery store (actually, three of them) close by. The main north/south road is directly outside, and because of the location, there is little traffic, and it's quite quiet. We rarely used the a/c (just the bedrooms at night)...but it was nice to have, had we wanted it. Pay attention to the banaquit that regularly flies by the very large, very comfortable patio, attached to the even larger open deck. And be nice to the iguanas - they're so much fun to watch! I snorkeled off the deck every day, finally finding my best location to the north of the ladder, heading toward the boat moored out in that direction. Our fave snorkel location? Karpata, up north. (Though we loved Wayaka II, as well.) Other recommendations - the Buddy Dive location is just a few yards south, and the folks there gave us lots of useful info. Wil's restaurant, in town, has wonderful food. Less expensive and very good food can be found at Mi Banana. We mostly cooked for ourselves. A final kudo to Brian - he has spent a fair amount of time and energy, ensuring that one of my sisters gets a camera returned that she had lost at the Tolo site. We would definitely return here - we loved the island, we loved the snorkeling, we loved Washington-Slaagbai National Park, we loved the flamingoes (we saw lots of them, up close.) Good spot for birding - and watch for all the wild donkeys and goats. The latter mostly keep an eye out for traffic - the former, not so much...Make sure you travel the entire island - there's something different to see everywhere you go."
    Guest: Wendy R. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 27, 2014
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  • Best out of 6

    "This was our sixth trip to Bonaire. We have always rented a house or condo on the beach. This was by far the nicest and best appointed place we've stayed. It had everything we needed, plus! Meeting Martin at Hotel Rummer was very convenient, just past the condo. He was very nice and helpful. He gave us his number if there was anything we needed, which we didn't. We will definitely be booking here again next trip. Thank you Carla for sharing your beautiful home with us. Rich and Lisa Lewis Oklahoma, US"
    Guest: Lisa L. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 21, 2014
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  • Best vacation place yet.

    "The condo and view were better than the pictures. The property was spotless and since we had an additional week rec'd a mid-term cleaning and the crew did a fantastic job. Kitchen has all everything. BBQ came in handy as did the beach chairs. Spent most of our time diving and having a great Dive shop like Dive Friends Bonaire was perfect and they will take you over to their Yellow Sub location for the boat dive. Cannot wait to come back again. I cannot say enough about Connie the owner very responsive as was Mark the Mark for any needs we had during our stay. My wife is a light sleeper and she was never bothered once with the airplane traffic. It is so quiet and peaceful day or night."
    Guest: Greg H. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 18, 2014
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  • Near perfect!

    "Stayed 10 nights In the Blue View. From the moment we got there we knew we struck gold! Just the place for us....top floor (3), everything we needed and a dive shop on premises. We could live there quite comfortably and not have to purchase a thing. The breeze that blows through that apartment is amazing. In fact, we had to throttle it down with the sliders! Marji even provided a prepaid phone which we didn't use but was very reassuring to have along with us. The apartment is fairly close to the airport but planes don't fly in late at night so it was a non-issue. This place is QUIET....just what we needed and convenient to everything, diving, groceries, restaurants/shops, etc. We did not get to meet Marji as she was off-island but her communication with us was spot-on for everything. Hangers and drying rack for gear/clothing on the screened-in porch was a nice touch. A washing machine is in the apartment as well. The pool was lovely and completely vacant each time we used it. The grounds are kept up nicely. The dive shop down stairs Div'Ocean is "top tier" as are the owners, Peter and Bianca. They also provide gear storage for free and a place to rinse gear when you are done for the day and access to tanks 24/7. For those wanting to go to Klein for the day, their dive boat is right there too. Just roll out of bed onto the boat! It's just a combination of many things that make staying at the Blue View such a gem. Would we stay there again? You bet ya! We have found a home with Marji's Blue View."
    Guest: John and Dawn Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 14, 2014
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Bonaire Travel Tips

Finding Your Way to Bonaire Vacation Rentals

Bonaire is a lesser-known destination located in the Dutch Antilles in the Caribbean. It is a delightful tropical haven that offers sunshine and relaxation to visitors. Various North American airlines have direct flights from New York City, Miami and Atlanta that operate several times a week. In peak season, a second weekly flight departs from Newark. As an alternate route, you can fly into Curacao and from there, connect on to Bonaire, using the frequent daily regional flight service. If traveling from Europe, your best flight connection will be from Amsterdam. There are direct flights that operate several times a week on the Dutch national carrier. For those traveling from South America, there are regularly scheduled direct flights from Curacao, Venezuela that operate several times daily. Alternate routing options are via Aruba or Bogota in Columbia.

Bonaire Travel Attractions

Because of its pristine reefs and warm water temperatures, some of Bonaire’s primary attractions are its colorful tropical reefs. Scuba diving operators offer daily diving charters for all levels of certified divers. If you do not have a dive qualification, the calm conditions provide the ideal opportunity to learn and get your certification. You can enjoy clear visibility and warm water temperatures while you marvel at the underwater treasures.

For visitors who prefer to stick to land-based activities, there are many options available. Bonaire is noted as an excellent birdwatching destination. For the more energetic, there is the option of exploring the island on horseback or bicycle. There are several local operators that offer guided tours of the island.

A visit to the Washington Slagbaai National Park is a wonderful experience. Here, you can see a wide variety of cacti, divi-divi trees, beautiful landscapes and incredible views. You may also have the opportunity to interact with the semi-tame resident iguanas in the park. Make sure you have your camera with you when you visit the park as it is one part of Bonaire that you will want to photograph.

Ideal Time of Year to Visit Bonaire Resorts

Bonaire is fortunate to have a year-round warm tropical climate. There is very little seasonal variation in the temperatures, and visitors can enjoy sunshine and warm weather almost any time of year. For most of the year, visitors can enjoy the tropical sunshine interspersed only with the occasional summer rain shower. Bonaire’s climate is largely defined by the consistent trade winds which bring a cooling breeze to the island. Water sport enthusiasts can benefit from warm water temperatures all year long.

Visitors to Belnem Vacation Rentals

Bonaire is tranquil tropical paradise. It is one of the lesser-known Caribbean vacation destinations and that is indeed part of its charm. All the marine waters surrounding the island have been declared a marine national park since 1979 which has resulted in a pristine and natural marine environment. It is this environment that attracts scuba divers, snorkelers and water sports enthusiasts from around the world. Because of the consistent trade winds, Bonaire is a popular sailing destination. Windsurfing is also becoming an increasingly popular activity on the island. Kite boarders are also attracted by the good wind and surf conditions that Bonaire has to offer. It is a destination for those that enjoy nature, sun, sea and a relaxed island vibe. When walking along many of the beach fronts, you will be able to see the colorful sails and kites dancing in the wind.

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