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Relaxing Activities

Travel to Bonaire

Looking to unwind when you travel to Bonaire? After a long day on our island's beautiful shores or exploring its many features, you might be in need of some slow-paced and relaxing activities. Bonaire is an ideal choice for anyone who is looking for some peaceful time to decrompress from the day's strenuous activities.

For scenic lovers, the island features remote beaches and quiet, sheltered hideaways that are perfect for picnicking, sunbathing and wading. You can enjoy a small meal or take a light walk while you watch one of the islands beautiful Caribbean sunsets. If you prefer a more social area, then you can experience one of Bonaire’s calm, breezy nights at one of the island's seaside bars or restaurants.

Couple sitting in a hammock on the beach

The island of Bonaire is alive during the early morning and afternoon, but it can also be a very tranquil experience for anyone who wants to rest and enjoy the scenery while laying back. You can also spend your time enjoying the islands fascinating Marine Park where you can float effortlessly above vivid colored sea residents and uniquely structured coral that will greet you with a once in a lifetime underwater experience. Because the island's coastal waters are so full of life, it isn’t hard to find activities that you can participate in while still retaining a soothing, easygoing atmosphere like snorkeling, swimming, or even walking along the beach while you admire the native wildlife and landscape.

If you’d like to get away from the beach for a while, the islands winged population will offer a chance for you to explore the rewarding activity of bird watching. There are a number of species that reside on the island that are only seen in the Caribbean, or that are restricted to just the islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao. One of these prominent birds is the pink flamingo which is abundant on the island of Bonaire. They can often be found in another of the islands attractions, the Washington Slagbaai National Park.

If the areas wildlife is hidden during the hotter hours of the day, you can expect for a rewarding experience if you simply look at Bonaire’s vegetation. Bonaire’s countryside is known for its various cacti, large mangroves, and exceptional rock structures. A few of Bonaire’s trees and bushes include Brasilwood, Mesquite, Acacia, and Calabash, while some of the widely recognized plants are the Century Plant, the Aloe plant, and Rock Sage.

There are several other activities that you can participate in if you want a different way to relax whiles staying at one of our Bonaire vacation rentals. The island has several massage therapists and resorts that are open to anyone coming to stay in Bonaire. If you need more information before you decide, you can visit www.infobonaire.com to find out more about the island and its many activities.