If you’ve never heard of the island of Bonaire, don’t worry. This means that it is still undiscovered, therefore there won’t be very many tourists when you visit.
Bonaire is an island of the Caribbean that attracts visitors that seek warm, sunny weather. It is especially popular for tourists who seek to go snorkeling and scuba diving. This island belongs to the Dutch, and has reefs and beaches that are under the protection of Bonaire National Marine Park. It is considered as one of the world’s best diving destinations for years. In addition, Bonaire is home to more than 350 species of fish and sixty species of coral that live in the reefs. Bonaire also has a big flamingo and donkey population.
There are many facts that a first-time traveler to Bonaire need to know to be prepared for this thrilling adventure in the Caribbean.
Because this island is not frequently visited by tourists, there are many natural, untouched locations that will leave your eyes amazed. These gardens and oasis are good spots for you to refuel and unwind from your day to day stresses.
During your visit on Bonaire island, you will also encounter endemic species that you have never seen before, and being amazed will be an understatement.
For a first time traveler, you would not want to waste any time in trying to figure out where you want to visit, what you want to see, or even where you want to live when you get to your destination. There are many ways that you can come to Bonaire prepared.
The first thing you can do is to online and research places where you can stay. Bonaire offers many housing options that will make sure you feel safe and at home. Gaudeloupe bungalows is a great housing option that you can reserve before you arrive on your adventure, to make sure that you know where you will be staying during your trip.
Other ways you can be prepared is to pack holiday essentials such as sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, etc.
The only way to fully enjoy your trip to this beautiful island is if you are bold enough to explore. Make sure that you go snorkeling to discover the Bonaire marine life, that is more than abundant. Because Bonaire is a national park and a leader in marine protection, the reefs are in pristine condition. You will be able to discover not only different fish species but also dolphins, octopus, sea cucumbers, whale sharks, and sea turtles on your adventure.
Even though marine life is plentiful, wildlife in Bonaire is also worth exploring. There are around 200 species of birds, including the inspiring flamingo. Other birds include the yellow shouldered parrots, pelicans cormorants, avocets and herons.