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Things to Do in Kralendijk and Around Bonaire

Here are a few suggestions for other activities for visitors to enjoy while visiting our island. We hope you will try some and perhaps come up with one or two suggestions of your own.


50-Plus Great Things To Do on Bonaire – besides diving

1. TEST your fish IQ. How many can you identify? Pick up a check off list at your favorite dive center.

2. PICNIC on the deserted island of Klein Bonaire (“Little Bonaire”). Depending upon the water taxi ride, Klein Bonaire is located approximately 0.5 mile or 750m off Bonaire’s western coast. Try Kantika di Amor (phone: 796-5399, which is also handicap accessible) or Good Return (phone 788-7503).

3. WINDSURF at Lac Bay, situated on the windward side of the island. All equipment is available for rent. Lessons for beginners and advanced windsurfers also can be arranged. To shop for the perfect surf-wear, see our tips for shopping.

4. FISHING is available from several boat charters to catch such fish as marlin, sailfish, wahoo, dorado or tuna. Most of this fishing is done within minutes from the shore of Bonaire.

5. SNORKEL anywhere you can fall in the water on the west coast and designated areas in the Washington/Slagbaai National Park. Guided snorkeling trips also available through most dive shops or sail charters.

6. STROLL through Kralendijk, the island’s quaint capital. Shop for bargains and one of a kind souvenirs.

7. HIKE in Washington/Slagbaai National Park to check out the birds, lizards, goats, iguanas and more. Don’t miss the museum at the Park entrance.

8. SUNSET Sailing is most enjoyable in the Bay of Kralendijk. All hotels or dive shops have information on sailing times of the various charters who search for the Green Flash at sunset.

9. HORSEBACK RIDE Bonaire has two riding stables. Visit the Horse Ranch Bonaire (tel. 786-2094) and at the end of your ride, enjoy a swim at Lac Bay with the horses. Advance reservations are necessary. Your other option is Rancho-Washikemba which offers lessons, tours, boarding, and parties. Their telephone is 788-8668.

10. FLAMINGO WATCH at the salt company or near Willemstoren lighthouse in the southern part of the island and also at Goto Meer. Bring binoculars as the Flamingo Sanctuary is not accessible to tourists and these pink, long legged creatures are very timid.

11. ENJOY a cold drink while sitting at one of our seaside bars, restaurants or cafes and watch the colorful fish swim by. Some establishments often feature local bands at the weekends.

12. VISIT Lourdes Grotto for a quiet moment. This shrine is situated in the village of Rincon.

13. CLIMB Brandaris in Washington/Slagbaai National Park. This hill is 784 feet or 241 meters high. The route is clearly marked both up and down.

14. FIND the best homemade ice cream in the Caribbean at Gio’s Gelateria on Kaya Grandi in Kralendijk.

15. TRY your luck and score a jackpot gambling at the only barefoot casino in the Caribbean located at the Divi Flamingo Beach Hotel. This casual atmosphere draws both the serious and not so serious gamblers.

16. MOUNTAIN BIKE around Bonaire with or without a guide. Your hotel can arrange rentals and guided tours.

17. RENT a scooter or moped and explore the island going north and/or south to see flamingos, lighthouses, obelisks, land houses (landhuizen), slave huts, the tourist road, Devil’s Mouth, O’l Blue, and much more.

18. RELAX on Pink Beach. Early in the morning or at sunset sit on the beach and watch the Flamingos fly to/from their nesting areas.

19. ENJOY the breathtaking panoramic views from Seru Largu overlooking the southern part of the island. This is a scenic spot for photographers from where, Klein Bonaire, Kralendijk, Lac Bay, the salt company, and more can be seen. Great spot for stargazing.

20. DRIVE through the 13,500 acre or 5,463 hectors of Washington/Slagbaai National Park. Take the “green” short route or the more scenic “yellow” longer route. Bring along refreshments or buy some at the entrance for a seaside picnic lunch.

21. DANCE the night away at Karel’s Beach Bar, located in the center of Kralendijk or enjoy a free dance workshop on Thursday evenings at 7:00 PM (locations vary), where you can learn Salsa, Bachata, Zouk, and other regional dances.

22. JOIN the parades at Carnival time in February or March. Dress up in crazy costumes; enjoy the fun in Rincon, then return to Kralendijk to continue the festivities.

23. FIND a comfortable seat on a dune by the salt flats and watch the salt being loaded by conveyer belt onto a freighter. The salt is loaded at a rate of 2,000 tons per hour. Fallen salt crystals can be found and kept as a souvenir.

24. EXPERIENCE Bonaire’s Sailing Regatta held in October. It is truly a spectator’s sport with the action clearly visible from shore. The week long festivities include nightly entertainment, and the event is held at Coco Beach.

25. CHECK out the Indian inscriptions at Onima. They are over 500 years old. Bring along some old bread to feed some of Bonaire’s 16 different species of lizards, the blue tail is particularly beautiful.

26. MARVEL at the oasis of lush vegetation at Dos Pos. The name means two wells and is located on the road from Goto Lake to Rincon. Note the fruit plantation and how many fruit trees can be identified.

27. SEE Bonaire’s outdoor market situated by the old pier in Kralendijk. This quaint Roman style building is where fruits and vegetables are sold by Venezuelans brought from their boats. Notice the historic government building around Wilhelmina Park, the Customs House and the Old Fort close to this market, and visit the local craft market when cruise ships are in port in Wilhelmina Park.

28. BIRD WATCH and head for Pos Mangel in Washington/Slagbaai National Park. How many of the island’s 190 species of birds can be identified?

29. FIND out about Bonaire’s varied nature and culture by talking to George “Cultura” (culture) Thode, the resident expert. George can usually be found at the entrance of Washington/Slagbaai National Park where he oversees the Park Rangers and makes sure all visitors are aware of the Park’s rules and regulations. Ask him about the flora and fauna, especially the innumerable aloe and cacti.

30. TAKE A TOUR of one of Bonaire’s caves, with a knowledgeable, registered guide. Check with your hotel’s reception to book a tour with a government-approved cave guide.

31. VISIT THE DONKEY SANCTUARY where you can enjoy the beauty of this ecological park and observe the donkeys in their natural environment.

32. GAIN some knowledge of Papiamentu, the native language of the Dutch Caribbean. Try saying a few words in one of the local shops or restaurants and listen to how many languages are spoken on Bonaire.

33. SHOP in Kralendijk for souvenirs to take home and don’t forget to visit Warehouse or Van den Tweel Supermarket, the largest grocery stores on the island. Pick up a wheel of delicious Dutch Gouda cheese. Get InfoBonaire’s tips on how to shop for the perfect beach- and surf-wear. Learn more about seeking out Bonaire’s unique gift and souvenir ideas. When cruise ships are in port, don’t miss the island’s unique Art & Crafts Market.

34. Take a walk on the wild side! Visit a restored Kunuku (farm), Rooi Lamoenchi and take a walking tour of the flora and fauna of Bonaire. Ellen Herera will lead you through an historic and informative journey into our island’s past. Or WALK the island’s eastern shores for a refreshing saltwater shower. The rough surf pounds the shore shooting spray twenty to thirty feet in the air. Notice the artwork by Bonaire’s mysterious natural artists.  Drive, walk, or cycle the Bara di Karta Route on the windward side of the island.

35. STROLL along Playa Pabou’s water front towards town early in the morning to watch the local fishermen heading out in their small hand made fishing boats to fish for the “catch of the day.”

36. LOOKING for a “Kodak moment?” Drive to Gotomeer, Bonaire’s land-locked saltwater lake, where this beautiful viewing spot looks over the lake towards the National Park. This is also a good place to take pictures of the flamingos as they often feed or sleep close to the road.

37. CRUISE around Klein Bonaire and the coast of Bonaire with one of the sailing charters.

38. ADMIRE the rock formations around the island. Find out what the rock formations resemble. Where is the Iguana Head or Devils Mouth? Find the Indian Head or the Piedra di Boneiru. At Boca Onima see the five “steps” of Bonaire and observe the wild donkey population.

39. ART GALLERIES are found in many locations. The galleries feature work of local and Caribbean artists. Visit Jan Art at her gallery on Kaya Gloria or see Jenny Rijna’s life size dolls at her home on Kaya Gilberto F. Croes. An unusual open-air market featuring the work of many of Bonaire’s artisans can be found in Arts & Crafts Market, held in Wilhelmina Park.

40. TENNIS anyone? There are tennis courts at the Plaza Resort Hotel, Harbour Village, and Sand Dollar and in the center of Kralendijk behind the Maduro & Curiels Bank.

41. CHECK out the shell collection at “Museo Boneriano”, Bonaire’s Museum. Other items to see here are antique artifacts, old photographs, archeology, island mythology and much more.

42. COUNT the steps at 1000 Steps located on the tourist road going north. Are there 1000 steps? This is an excellent place for snorkeling, exploring and picnicking. Imagine carrying dive gear plus a tank back up these steps!

43. PULL off the road at Para Mira, which coincidentally means “stop and look” and enjoy the view over Rincon, Bonaire’s Spanish missionary village.

44. LEISURELY walk around Rincon, the oldest village on Bonaire, with the highest goat population! The people are very friendly and some of the homes are very old. Stop at Rose Inn for a refreshing cold drink and see many birds feeding in the garden. Visit the Bonaire Heritage Foundation to pick up a pamphlet for a self-guided walking tour, or sign up for the tour with a resident guide from Rincon.

45. MOTOR or cycle to Lagoen for interesting beach combing. The ambitious can walk or drive to Spelonk Lighthouse, which is a delightful old building.

46. SEAKAYAK through the mangroves. Kayaks can be rented from the Mangrove Info Center, windsurfing places at Lac Bay, and at a number of dive centers. Or snorkel in the mangroves for a truly unique experience.

47. FIND Playa Frans by going past the oil storage terminal at Goto Lake. On the return journey stop at popular Nukove beach for a picnic, snorkel, or swim.

48. STAR GAZE Wait until dark and turn your eyes towards the heavens for one of nature’s most popular shows.

49. Drink a cactus, when you visit the Cadushy Distillery in historic Rincon. There you can try a variety of home-blended creations, including a smoothly spiced rum, vodka made with cadushy cactus, and whiskey made from the local maishi chiki. The distillery is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM.

50. Get adventurous and Kiteboard! Kiters can KITE SURF off the shores of Atlantis, where rental equipment, lessons, and rescue equipment are available. Atlantis offers steady tradewinds and calm and crystal clear water. Kitesurfing is prohibited in Lac Bay.

51. TAKE a Walking Tour of Downtown (pick up a map at the Tourism Information Office) and see some of Bonaire’s history.

52. When in RINCON, visit Mangazina de Rei Botanical Garden or take a walking tour with Soldachi Tours. Or, if you prefer to do it on your own, pick up the booklet, Historical Walking Tour, available at the Cadushy Distillery in Rincon or Addo’s Toys & Books in Kralendijk.

53. Try GOLFING on Bonaire. Both club members and tourists can tee up on Bonaire’s only course, Piedra So, with 18 holes. In Papiamentu, Piedra So literally means “only rocks”, so this course will be a little different from what you may be used to! Imagine playing in a completely natural environment, which means no grass-grown fairways or sophisticated greens, but instead fairways with sparse local vegetation and “browns”, existing from local soil, instead of greens. These browns are maintained as often as possible, so putting is not so difficult.

54.  Go BONEFISHING (catch and release only).  Captain Chris Morkos from Piscatur Fishing Charters is an excellent guide to take you to the best locations!

 

Please Note – Bonaire National Marine Park Tags:

It is necessary for all who use the waters of the Bonaire National Marine Park to pay a Nature Fee of $10.00 per year ($25.00 for scuba divers). At the time of payment, you will receive a specially designed tag indicating your support for nature preservation and a receipt. If purchasing the $25.00 dive tag, keep both the tag and the receipt, as they will also provide you with complimentary admission to Washington-Slagbaai National Park throughout the year your tag is valid. Tags are available at all dive operations, hotels, resorts, windsurfing operations, sport fishing charter boats, sail/snorkel/water taxi operations, marinas, and other water sports operations on Bonaire.

Restaurant Reviews on BonReviews:

5/5

Bistro de Paris is accommodating for vegans and vegetarians.  We love going to Bistro because we know we can eat a fabulous meal for our vegan needs. Mary makes a mean veggie salad large enough for a meal. The rice bowls, carrot bourgenon is soo tasty, the potato terrine is to die for, so rich […]

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5/5

I have been coming to Bonaire for over 20 years. Without a doubt, Donna & Giorgio’s is our favorite place to dine. A husband & wife team, Donna is the hostess with the most-est and Giorgio is the fantastico Italian chef. Our favorite thing for dinner is to tell Giorgio to make us whatever he […]

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5/5

Tipsy Seagull – Best dinner ever! We decided to have dinner Friday night at the Tipsy Seagull at the Plaza Hotel and we couldn’t have enjoyed it more! The 3 course meal was fantastic and the music was so awesome.  The servers were so friendly and attentive and the food was wonderful. We will definitely […]

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5/5

Not a Typical Pizza! I’m a pepperoni and sausage pizza guy so I was skeptical when I saw pizza topped with shrimp on the menu.  I tried it, I loved it, and I’ll go back to Blue Garden Brazilian Grill & Pizza Gourmet for more the next time we are on the island.  They offer […]

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5/5

Best food on Bonaire at Donna & Giorgio’s! We had 2 dinners and one lunch during our week in Bonaire. We loved the food, Donna, and her daughter. Everything we had was great! Be sure and call for a reservation.

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5/5

Gourmet burgers at King Kong Mobile Food Truck! Very convenient at bachelor’s beach. Great burger! Next time I will go for the Junk Yard Dog.

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5/5

Eddy’s Restaurant–Again, as an owner at Sanddollar you could not find a better place to eat. Friendly casual great food with a different variety. Family owned and run and will cook to your pleasure. Eddy is the cook, Sonia runs the front along with their children–another Sonia and Eddy!

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5/5

Hot Spot King Kong!   Bachelor Beach is er een stuk leuker en lekkerder op geworden. King Kong levert uitstekende kwaliteit. Verrassende smaken!

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4/5

Best Fries On Bonaire! I have been enjoying Bobbejan‘s weekend BBQ since 2001. Maggie and Robert run a tasty restaurant. My daughter loves the rib dinner. I enjoy the fish when it’s fresh. Their side cole slaw is garlicky and tasty. The reason I go so often is their french fries. They are the best […]

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5/5

Eddy’s is Excellent!  We love going to Eddy’s. The service is always great and the food is fresh and outstanding!

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5/5

Awesome burgers and fries at King Kong Burgers & Hotdogs!  I would eat these burgers 7 days a week if I could, but my wetsuit would not fit after awhile. They are wonderful and the area the truck is at couldn’t be better. Great job to the owner. Will be back next visit to the […]

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5/5

Sebastian’s Restaurant is an Epicureans Delight!  You have to try this seaside gourmet restaurant. The chef is known for combining foods and spices you will not taste elsewhere.

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5/5

Bobbejan’s is our first dinner upon arrival!  Upon arriving on Bonaire after food shopping my first dinner is always at Bobbejans. They have the best chicken Sate and ribs. Known as the best take out restaurant and they developed an outdoor dining area. Only opened Friday’s, Sat and Sunday’s but well worth the wait and […]

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5/5

Goat stew at Eddy’s Restaurant was the best meal on the island, so tender. The barracuda was excellent and the mojitos were special.

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5/5

King Kong Burger Food Truck. Find it on Bachelors Beach. Tuesday through Sat…I think. We have returned to these freshly made, gourmet burgers several times. The meat is fresh and tasty. Prepared when ordered and seasoned to perfection. Several special recipes to choose from. Our favorite is the French connection….so unique and tasty, paired with mosquito […]

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5/5

Sebastian’s Restaurant By the Beautiful Sea! You know the saying about saving the best for last?  Lorrie and I save Sebastian’s Restaurant for the end of our trip because we love the food selections, service, scenery, Sebastian and the friends that join us for our farewell dinner.  The restaurant offers a local menu with several nightly […]

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5/5

Service & Food  at Breeze ‘n Bites–OUTSTANDING We always make a point of eating here at least once during our trips.  Service is always friendly and the food is always tasty.

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5/5

Gio’s is an amazing place!  We go here every day we are on the island. We so love the Gelato and desserts! I think we both gained 20# in one week but well worth it! Amazingly tasty gelato! Thank You!

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4/5

Mezze is a great new spot!  They installed a makeshift wheelchair ramp so a bunch of us decided to try this new addition to the island’s many awesome restaurants. Loved the excellent lamb shank served with delicious vegetables. Started with the eggplant and fresh pita. Decent prices too. We’re heading back soon.

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5/5

Sebastian’s Restaurant is the best all around!  I’ve eaten at Sebastian’s maybe five times in the last three years and it’s always been a unique experience. From the greetings that make you feel welcome to the creative menu and exceptional food to the natural ambience of water and sky–there’s nothing to match it on Bonaire.

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5/5

Capriccio Ristorante is wonderful!  This was a nice surprise! We were greeted with a welcome drink and a wonderful basket of bread and fresh pita chips. We had scallops and pasta which was wonderful and bolognese was nothing to brag about. Staff was pleasant and welcoming. Reservations (highly recommended) were for 6pm for party of […]

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4/5

My wife and I had a wonderful meal at Ingridients, but I have to say that the waiting staff did pressure us to select items we did not want.  Don’t hesitate to eat here because the food is excellent…just be prepared to say no to serving suggestions.

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4/5

Don’t miss Mezze while on Bonaire! We visited Mezze with friends and had a delicious meal. “Mezze” like “tapas” means “small plates” and all of the apps were outstanding: hummus, falafel, tabouleh, and baba ghanous, which we lapped up with homemade pita, forks and fingers. The concept of “small” evaporated when the entrees were served, especially […]

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5/5

Fine dining at Sebastian’s Restaurant!  I had two wonderful dinners recently at Sebastian’s, one out on their private pier.  In my opinion Sebastian’s is the place to go whenever visiting Bonaire.  The ambiance is lovely, the service impeccable and the food outstanding.  It is in my opinion, the best place to dine on the island […]

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5/5

Fantastic fresh fish at Chibi Chibi.  We have now eaten the fresh fish special (mahi) twice on two separate trips (November and January).  The service is impeccable, the restaurant and bathrooms are very clean, and the food is amazing.  I struggle to understand why this restaurant doesn’t have better reviews on Trip Advisor.  It truly […]

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5/5

Excellent daily specials and “to die for” ribs at Joe’s Grillhouse!  Excellent casual place. Jessica and Bart, along with the staff, make you feel welcome and comfortable. We always visit Joe’s at least twice during our yearly dive trip to Bonaire. The daily catch special is always excellent while the ribs are “fall off the bone” […]

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5/5

Delightful evening at Bon Aroma! Be sure to include Bon Aroma on your list of fine dining experiences. The ambiance is lovely, the service impeccable and the cuisine delicious. The marlin and lionfish duo with its sides was outstanding. Dessert was a delight – apple tart with vanilla ice cream and a mixed berry cobbler […]

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5/5

Best tuna ever at Sebastian’s Restaurant! We visited Bonaire 06/16 & I have to say that our visit To Sebastian’s was one of the highlights. The tuna was some of the best I’ve ever had & was done to its rare perfection. Cut with a fork & melt in your mouth!!!! Of course washed down […]

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5/5

Fast and delicious.  Nice ambience, good service, delicious food at Cuba Compagnie.

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5/5

La Cantina is absolutely the best!   Great ambience! Great service and the food was absolutely stunning!!  Chef Cook Rick and his wife Kim did it again! They created a new food experience!  You can order a la carte or take a surprise dinner and watch how your food is being prepared.  You should definitely […]

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5/5

Good taste at Bon Aroma! The elegance of this small beautifully-appointed space provides privacy between the five tables and quiet from the street while breezes flow through the open walls encouraging relaxation and conversation. My meal of braised marlin and lionfish with mango and basil sauce, a medley of fine vegetables and Italian rice, finished […]

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5/5

Pizza, pizza at Rum Runners!  My second dinner upon arrival on Bonaire is going to Rum Runners and seeing my good friend TT and ordering two spicy shrimp pizzas and taking them home. Best pizza on the island. Well eating healthy I also order their Caesars Salad no anchovies with the pizzas. Note-TT is the […]

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4/5

Latin Vibe at Cuba Compagnie!  I was invited to dinner by friends. Previously, I had been to Cuba for cocktails but dinner was a new experience. We sat outside surrounded by a lively and bustling vibe. The wait staff are very friendly and helpful. They are very busy so it takes patience and some effort […]

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5/5

Great local flavor of the island at Mi Banana. We were directed to Mi Banana to a great surprise. Friendly and personable staff and food was great. Chicken and fish dishes were our favorites up until the dessert. The three leche cake was to die for. Don’t miss the dessert.

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5/5

A great experience at BonAroma! Excellent food and presentation, reasonable prices, great service and wonderful people.  Best dining we have had on Bonaire!

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4/5

At Sea Restaurant Accommodating to Vegans and Gluten Free Folks.  First off they have my favorite…Hendricks gin, but a steady supply of fever tree tonics is a must to enjoy its smooth flavours. An enthusiastic bartender willing to earn your praises is a great start to an enjoyable evening. I asked the waitress if chef […]

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5/5

My new sushi place…Osaka Japanese Fusion Restaurant. A friend recommended this restaurant for dinner and I had a great experience. I simply love this restaurant! Friendly staff, and amazing sushi! The fish is fresh and everything is very well made. I love the Volcano and Kamikaze roll!! Next time I’m in Bonaire, that’s the place […]

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5/5

Bon Aroma is fantastic in every way! Incredible food (in top 3 on island); impeccable and warm service, intimate ambiance – BonAroma has it all. We had asparagus soup with shrimp, tuna carpaccio, lion fish and tuna duo, all perfectly prepared and presented. Well balanced menu, vegetarians will be very happy. Good wine list. Delicious and […]

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5/5

At Sea serves works of art!  We dined at At Sea twice while we were recently in Bonaire. Both times we chose the Surprise Menu, and all of the dishes were beautifully prepared and delicious. The dishes were true works of art, decorated with beautiful garnishes and great imagination. Dessert one night was an underwater […]

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4/5

Al fresco dining at Cuba Compagnie. We loved dining at Cuba. The outdoor setting is casual and comfortable. It’s a lively vibe. Service is efficient and friendly. I typically order the fresh fish. I have also enjoyed the ceviche.  Cuba is a fun spot for a group of friends.

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5/5

Best pizza at Pasa Bon Pizza! Best pizza on Bonaire.  We look forward to getting that crisp crust and hot cheesy pizza served at Pasa Bon pizza every time we go to Bonaire. Try their Lion Fish pizza….it is good !!

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5/5

Jasmine Garden is a typical Chinese restaurant, where we had a delicious dinner. We ordered the Yeung chow fried rice and the Kung pao chicken, which were served by friendly staff. During our 2 week’s holiday in Bonaire, we went there 4 times to eat. Every time we were satisfied.

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5/5

Great breakfast and lunch at Between Two Buns! Nice salads and sandwiches. Don’t forget to try the home made pies!

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4/5

Good food, friendly service, reasonable prices at Diver’s Diner Bar & Grill.  Place looks very unpretentious, but the staff is very willing to please. The food is very good and very reasonably priced.

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5/5

Pasa Bon Pizza, Not your usual pizza place Third trip to Bonaire and this is our go-to place for dinner at least two nights each trip. Cozy outdoor place. Wait staff very pleasant. Lion fish pizza is awesome. Frozen Lime and Guava dessert is yummy and refreshing. Open Wednesday through Sunday (I think). I am […]

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5/5

Best Lunch Spot!  I am a tuna sandwich aficionado. I have sampled tuna sandwiches across Bonaire. Between Two Buns serves the best by far. I love their multi-grain bread with seeds and goodness. The salad itself is chock full of flavor. They put salty briny capers in their salad adding an extra flavor blast.  Wow, […]

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4/5

Good food and good friends at Diver’s Diner Bar & Grill!  We have been return customers every time we come to Bonaire. This is trip number 7. Try the walking sticks for sure and the dipping sauce. I could go on and on. Try it out you won’t be sorry.

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5/5

Fabulous Food in a Garden Setting at Wil’s Tropical Grill!  Chef/Owner Wil delights in serving delicious food that is also artistically appealing. He is a wizard at using spices that results in food that pleases your taste buds. His wife/hostess, Sue, greets each visitor with a welcoming smile. The garden ambiance is lovely. Throughout the […]

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5/5

Good food at Between Two Buns.  As an owner at Sanddollar, this is one great restaurant for breakfast and lunch. Very friendly owner and staff. I think that I order the same thing every time, great looking deserts and salads.

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5/5

Great lunches at Donna & Georgio’s.  It’s like stepping off Bonaire’s streets and into Italy. Wonderful food and great atmosphere plus air conditioning. Daily specials and mouth watering pizzas await you…..

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4/5

Love lunch at Zen’s Bar Café!  I am always impressed with the Lunch specials. They are as appealing to the eye as to the stomach and my pocketbook.

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5/5

Between Two Buns, Love this place! When we two Canadians visit Bonaire, we plan on almost daily visits to “Between Two Buns.” The sandwiches and salads are terrific and the staff very friendly! Sure fills the bill after a morning of snorkeling!

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5/5

Food is excellent @ Donna & Georgio’s, Donna always made me feel special. Great food and always a take out service.  As an owner at Sanddollar and full kitchen facilities makes their take out food a very good place to eat in or take out. Every trip to BONAIRE requires multi stops at this restaurant. For pizza […]

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4/5

Nothing is better than Seared Tuna at the Beach!  The Kite City food truck at te’ Amo beach near the airport is not to be missed. Fresh fish prepared just right in oh-so-many ways is one of the expected pleasures of coming to the Caribbean, and Kite City does not disappoint.  The beach dining is […]

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2/5

Pizza needs work at Blue Garden Brazilian Grill & Pizza Gourmet. The mojitos are great Service started off OK, then once I got my food, I never saw the server again, so never got any more water. The pizza needs work. The crust is about 2mm thick & is heavy & still not totally cooked. […]

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3/5

Cuba Compagnie Going Downhill We have been here a few times before. I went there tonight with my son and the service was unresponsive and when I said something I got a rude smart mouth response from management. The food is generally good. But don’t order the sodas. You get a small glass full of […]

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