Bonaire is all about nature, and in many aspects, the island’s nature is what draws its visitors. Our marine park is world famous for its conservation efforts, and the terrestrial equivalent, Washington Slagbaai National Park, takes up approximately one-third of Bonaire’s land in the northern part of the island.
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But the island is rich in many other ways. Our culture and history provide a glimpse into what Bonaire was like in its early days. Papiamentu developed during this time, and it is still the spoken language of the island, even though the official language is Dutch.
But visitors to Bonaire will also be interested in what the island has to offer, as well as how they can make their visits comfortable. InfoBonaire’s pages on local information, maps, money and currency, and weather provide a wealth of information, including data on traffic, banking, and religion.
If, after perusing these pages, you still have questions, email us and we will do our best to answer your questions.