Bonaire

I am so excited to finally be able to share with you my first installment under my Travel series; let’s talk Bonaire.

Bonaire is part of the ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao) located off the northern coast of South America. Before going to Bonaire two years ago on my honeymoon, I had never heard of it. It was one of our stops on our cruise to the southern Caribbean visiting three other islands on the way. When we arrived I was pleasantly surprised.

Bonaire is not an island that is built up like other islands to appeal to tourists. Their primary focus is on their underwater community that consists of different species of animals and coral reef, and stretches over 6,000 acres. It’s practically in pristine condition since it has been protected by STINAPA since 1979. No wonder this little island is considered a diver’s paradise. If your not into scuba diving or snorkeling, there isn’t much of anything else to do but that’s what makes this island so mysterious and intriguing at the same time.

Bonaire has quickly become my absolute favorite island in the Caribbean. Here are some personal pictures of both of my trips to Bonaire in 2015 so you can fall in love with this tiny, Caribbean island just as hard as I did.

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