Scooter and Bicycle Rentals
Those visitors who might not be diving may prefer to rent a scooter, or even a bicycle, to get around. Although the island is small, using a bicycle can be daunting, especially in the tropical heat of the mid-day. Scooters can alleviate that worry, while still giving convenience in getting around for grocery shopping, visiting restaurants, or just going to the beach.
If you do choose to rent a scooter, it will be necessary to produce a valid driver’s license (U.S., Canadian, and European licenses are all accepted), be at least 18 years of age and pay a deposit or use a credit card for security. An advance reservation is highly recommended, especially during holiday travel periods.
Once you have secured a scooter or bicycle, be sure to familiarize yourself with the traffic signs (a copy should be given to you) and the rules of the road. We drive on the right, the same as in the States and most of Europe.
Rental companies which offer scooters are located around the island, many are in convenient locations to hotels and resorts. Some will offer a pickup service if the rental period is of more than a day or two.
|Scooter and/or Bicycle Rental Companies:||
|Bonaire Motorcycle Shop||
|HotShot Scooter and Cycle Rental/Rento Fun||
|Macho Scooter Rentals||
|Scooters Bonaire (scooter and bicycle rental)||
Important Facts About Driving on Bonaire:
- Yes, we drive on the right side of the road. Most signs are in Dutch/International symbols.
- International drivers license or any valid license held for at least two full years.
- The same rules of the road apply to mopeds, scooters, and bicycles as well. To learn more about driving on Bonaire, view the Traffic page.
There are also several gas (petrol, or fuel) stations on Bonaire offering unleaded gasoline as well as diesel.
|Gas Stations on Bonaire|
|Kaya Industria 10|
|Kaya Korona 107|
|Kaya Tribon 1|
For information on dialing a Bonaire phone number from off-island, see the Telephone page.