Travel to the Caribbean: Bonaire
This quiet island is known for its excellent diving and snorkeling. Travel to Bonaire for the life beneath the waves, not on the beaches above them, and don’t expect glitzy hotels and raging nightlife. For the most part, Bonaire remains unspoiled, a back-to-nature escape the way the Caribbean used to be.
The Caribbean Island of Bonaire has plans to generate half of its electricity from wind power in a few years.
Spoken only in the Dutch ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao), Papiamento (or Papiamentu), is a combination of Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish and English (with a few French and Indian words thrown in as well).
A comprehensive tourism website for Bonaire, provided by the Bonaire Tourism Corporation and full of information on attractions, accommodations, culture, and more.
News and information on Bonaire.
Bonaire Consular Information Sheet
The U.S. State Department's fact sheet on the Netherlands, which administers Bonaire, including information on entry requirements, crime, medical facilities, and much more.
CIA World Factbook on Bonaire
Includes information on Bonaire's geography, government, economy, transportation, military, and people.