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These ‘corona rules’ should keep our guests safe
Now that Bonaire is being opened up to tourists again, we hereby present the broad outline of the protocols that we have drawn up in recent months.10 June 2020 - Reading time: 2 minutes
Our favorite ‘snack’ from Bonaire
We think that you must not miss this delicacy when you’re on Bonaire! A lot of local people eat this ‘snack’ as breakfast or lunch. At some of the popular selling points you have to be there before 11am, or they will already be sold out!1 June 2020 - Reading time: < 1 minute
The Red Hill Hike
Bonaire is known for its beautiful underwater world, but it has more to offer than that! From pretty beaches with green palm trees to desserts with big cacti, Bonaire has is all! If you are a fan of hiking Bonaire has a lot of beautiful hikes you can discover!8 May 2020 - Reading time: 3 minutes
New traffic rules on Bonaire!
As of tomorrow, August 1, 2019, the amended Road Traffic Ordinance will enter into force on Bonaire. The island is getting busier, due to increasing tourism figures and the growth of the population.
So, it’s time for an adjustment of the traffic rules, because busier roads require (slightly) stricter rules.
The weather Bonaire, a dull weather forecast daily
Little temperature differences and temperatures below twenty degrees C, 68F, are hardly ever measured!18 May 2018 - Reading time: 3 minutes
They are finally there: the KLM WorldDealWeeks!
Discount on holiday rentals At the same time the KLM WereldDealWeken (WorldDealWeeks) are running and the TUIfly actions that most of the time run simultaneously, most of our holiday home owner clients…6 September 2017 - Reading time: < 1 minute
TUIfly more often from Schiphol to Bonaire
TUIfly more often from Schiphol to Bonaire. This week we received a message from Tourism Corporation Bonaire that TUIfly will increase the number of flights to four a week, with effect from next November 1st.10 August 2017 - Reading time: < 1 minute
The traffic rules on Bonaire, not very complicated!
For visitors from North America or European countries who are already used to driving on the right side of the road, driving on Bonaire might be very easy, but because the island does not yet have any traffic lights and Bonaire uses a large part of the international road signs, it is not very complicated for guests from other countries to participate in traffic here either. Some of the texts on the plates are in Dutch, so this can sometimes raise questions for non-native speakers.5 March 2016 - Reading time: 3 minutes