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Bonaire is one of the three territories in the Netherlands Antilles, a kaleidoscopic Caribbean destination covered in coral reefs, picture-perfect beaches, and charming towns. The island is a haven for wildlife; flamingos, iguanas and parrots call the land home, while turtles, seahorses and whale sharks drift serenely through the crystalline water. Best of all, the dive sites are located around the shoreline, making them easily accessible.

Although the island may appear to be small, it’s still best navigated by rental car, to give you total flexibility to visit the best dive destinations, villages and windsurfing spots across the island. Use Orbitz to find the perfect rental car for your trip.

Bonaire and beyond: From town to wilderness

Bonaire may be a compact island, but it’s full of breathtaking sights. We’ve picked three destinations to visit in your rental car.


Bonaire’s colorful capital is one of the best places to experience Caribbean culture in the Netherlands Antilles. In the downtown region you can stop by the Bonaire Museum of Natural History to learn about the region’s ecology and history. The Terramar Museum is hosted in a historic downtown building, and charts over 7,000 years of local history.

1000 Steps

Don’t let the name deceive you – there are far fewer steps to reach the beach here. Once you’ve clambered down to sea level, you’ll be treated to one of the best dive sites in all of Bonaire. Head here with a scuba team to see star coral, seahorses, manta rays and turtles. The waters here have even been known to host passing whale sharks, the gentle giants with white speckled skin.

Washington Slagbaai National Park

Escape into nature in Washington Slagbaai National Park, a wilderness in the north of Bonaire. Dusty tracks lead to deserted beaches, rocky plateaus, and wildlife-rich reefs. Watch the trees to see parakeets and parrots fluttering between the branches, or seek out lagoons where flamingos perch in the water. The beaches, meanwhile, are popular nesting spots for four species of turtle.