Bonaire to Open to North American Visitors with Direct Flights
Tourism Corporation Bonaire has announced today with much enthusiasm that the island will now welcome back North American travelers with direct flight service set to resume from Atlanta, Miami, Houston and Newark in February. Surrounded by nature and boasting a small population, Bonaire is the perfect example of a destination where visitors have plenty of room to explore at a safe social distance on an island that has effectively kept cases to a minimum.
Delta Airlines will resume its weekly direct flights from Atlanta (ATL) beginning Saturday, February 6, 2021. On February 13, 2021, American Airlines’ Wednesday and Saturday routes from Miami (MIA) and United Airlines’ non-stop Saturday flights to/from Houston (IAH) and Newark (EWR) will begin scheduled service to Bonaire.
To avoid 10 days quarantine at own cost, travelers must have proof of a negative PCR test taken 72 hours prior to their arrival. Additionally, travelers must complete a health declaration form for the Public Health Department, 48 hours prior to departure, which may be downloaded here. Visitors will be able to take a PCR test or Antigen test on the island to meet CDC requirements for return. For more information click here.
We advise travelers to visit https://www.bonairecrisis.com/en/ for additional information, resources and the most up to date statistics and requirements, before traveling.
Bonaire provides a unique backdrop for travelers, teeming with environmental awareness evident in its national parks, undisturbed reef systems and the island’s flourishing flora and fauna. Ripe with luxurious and authentic experience, visitors have access to secluded beaches, hidden hiking trails, design-forward villas and accommodations, clandestine culinary experiences, mangrove-lined waterways, and more.