Why should you live on Bonaire?
The tranquil and beautiful island of Bonaire is a nature lover’s paradise peopled by friendly folk. Surrounded by the blue Caribbean, it is a natural watersports Mecca. The superb sea and weather conditions provide for great scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, and simple beach relaxing.
Recognized as a world leader in environmental conservation, Bonaire seriously protects and conserves its precious sea and wild life. Its spectacular coral reefs are a true haven for a myriad of sea creatures. And, 146 species of birds, including the famed flamingo and the unique lora, are living proof of the Bonairean integrity in island conservation.
Bonaire is one of the six islands that form the distinctive Caribbean part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. In 2010, Bonaire became a special municipality of The Netherlands, along with sister islands, St. Eustatius and Saba. Since then, investments are on the rise and are expected to continue doing so.
Good air connections with the USA, Europe, and Latin America enhance life on Bonaire and encourage a healthy flow of visitors to the island where many of the inhabitants are multi-lingual, speaking English, Dutch, Papiamentu, and Spanish.