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Welcome to the official Bonaire Website
 

Bonaire is known for its love for nature. It has become a tradition for many generations to understand the importance of nature and the unique position Bonaire has to conserve it. With this said, Bonaire developed a master plan to control the development of the island without harming its natural wonders. Currently Bonaire has a total of 5 Ramsar Sites on the island. Klein Bonaire, one of the highlights of Bonaire's experience, is also included. We invite you to experience what we have conserved for centuries, this is what Bonaire is all about. Sustainable growth while maintaining nature and the historical herritage of the island.
 

STINAPA

Stichting Nationale Parken Nederlandse Antillen ( STINAPA ), manages the protected Bonaire National Marine and Washington-Slagbaai National Parks.   Founded in 1962, the objective was...

Marine Park

Bonaire has a long history of marine preservation, beginning with turtle protection in 1961, prohibition of spear fishing in 1971 and protection of coral, dead or alive, in 1975.  In 1978...

Washington Park

The Washington-Slagbaai National Park is located in the northern end of Bonaire.  It comprises two former land plantations, Washington & Slagbaai, totaling just under 14,000...

Klein Bonaire

                             Klein Bonaire is a small uninhabited island located just off the...

Ramsar Sites

The Ramsar  Convention is an international treaty that protects wetlands of great international importance with emphasis on the significance of waterfowl.  All Ramsar sites registerd by...

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Seminar Fish ID in July and August

Do you want to participate in the Sixth Annual Fish ID Challenge? This event... Read more

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