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Recent Bonaire reviews

  • THIS PLACE IS A JEWEL

    "Bonaire is definitely worth discovering and this apartment makes it a dream. The Island is an ecological paradise with it's well-known snorkelling and diving spots, but the national park and the mangrove forests are not to be missed. The apartment is well-situated; a short walk to the centre of Kralendijk. The view of the ocean from the balcony is magnificent. The layout is very functional and spacious. The bedrooms are comfortable with lots of storage. The air-conditioning is wisper-quiet and most efficient. The kitchen is well-equipped. The apartment is well-decorated and has all of the amenities one could possibly wish for. Our stay on Bonaire was memorable and comfortable would be an understatement. We would definitely go back again."
    Guest: Dr D Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 7, 2015
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  • Diver's Paradise at Beachcomber Villas

    "We just returned from our vacation in Bonaire at Beachcomber Villas. We stayed in the larger of the 2 apartments. We chose Beachcomber because of all the great reviews. Our experience there met all our expectations & more. Why isn't there a 6 star option - that is what we would give it. Tim & Leanne are amazing people. They have an extensive knowledge of Bonaire and all of its hidden gems, from dive sites to restaurants, to the best place to pick up your groceries. We arrived as strangers and left as friends. Leanne made sure every detail of our stay was taken care of, from booking our diving package, truck rental, and including the essentials for our first day including coffee, sugar, cream & bottle of wine. Thanks again Leanne for the use of your coffee grinder & finding 1/2 & 1/2 for my coffee. Tim's diving tips were extremely helpful and the set up for drying & storing the gear was perfect. Each morning they would post dive site recommendations with entry points and specific site highlights. Tim or Leanne were always there when we returned from our dives to lend a hand with the gear. Before turning in for the night we would go down to take our gear off the drying rack & store in the dive locker & the "diving angels" had already stowed our gear. Thanks you guys. "The Cliff" dive site is situated directly in front of the villas. Access is thru the gate - 6 steps to the water. It doesn't get any easier than that. This is our favorite site on Bonaire. Diving "the cliff" in the early morning, with the sunlight just breaking over the edge of the wall is magical. Staying at Beachcomber Villas is a divers dream. You don't need to look anywhere else - this is it."
    Guest: J H. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: May 17, 2015
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  • The Best!

    "We have been diving Bonaire for about ten years and have sampled quite a few accommodations and have found most of them to be great. However, we knew when we opened the door that we would want to return. The unit is spacious and nicely decorated having everything one might need. The location and proximity to dive gear and reef made for easy last dives of the day. we started our day with a long swim right out front and often ended with a twilight/ night dive. From coffee at the waters edge to sunsets there, the mood was relaxed. The owner was most helpful with the booking also. We hope to be back on Bonaire next year and probably will schedule our time around the availability of this unit. Back in the cold. Northeast now but loving that also."
    Guest: Ginny Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 11, 2014
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  • Sand Dollar A4: great location, well maintained

    "Note that Sand Dollar is a collection of owned apartments, every one is different. I staid in A4, which is on the second floor and thus has a balcony, overviewing the ocean. Parrots visit the tree just outside to eat fruits. The balcony is screened, thus you can sit there in the evening without worrying about insects. Some others are not screened. The ones on the ground floor have easier access but less view. The A building is right next to the dive shops. They only run the compressors during the day and it didn't bother me. A4 is in the first building, close to reception, almost nobody walks by there. Thus I let the door open (it has a screen door) and enjoyed the breeze (it's always windy in Bonaire). I like that better than using the aircon (which worked very well anyway). I actually was interested in A2, which has a separate bedroom, but the owner was not very responsive. A4 is a studio with lots of space, including full size kitchen and large bathroom. Although the building looks like it's from the seventies, it has been well maintained. A few tiny things could be improved though. You have between 2 buns very close buy, great place for breakfast (and any other cake or sandwich). The peruvian restaurant is also next door, on the sea side, and was good. Didn't try Eddy's, another restaurant on site. Sonia's is a modern Italian restaurant across the street. There is a well stocked supermarket 10 min. walking north. Thus you can do without a vehicle (although you need one to dive/snorkel at other places and to drive through slagbaai park). Note that the website that seems to be the official website doesn't offer all apartments, even though they will gladly suggest it's "not available for the specified date". Check the vrbo site for alternatives, contact the owner directly for best information. The owners of A4 were very informative and took lots of time to answer any question I had."
    Guest: trip4trip 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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