Bonaire's Latest News
Antillean Wine Company to Host Monthly Wine Tasting Saturday, March 8th, 2014
March 7, 2014 @ 08:44
Antillean Wine Company will once again host their very popular wine-tasting event tomorrow, Saturday, March 8th, 2014 at their retail location at Kaya Industria #23 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM.
ParadiseRebates.com Announces 2014 Bonaire Coupons
March 5, 2014 @ 14:24
ParadiseRebates.com has just released their new coupon program for discounts on services on Bonaire for 2014. The web site offers downloadable and printable coupons that can be used when on Bonaire for discounts or rebates on activities, accommodations, or dining.
It’s Karnival Time--Time to Party
February 24, 2014 @ 12:57
The Karnival season on Bonaire is soon drawing to a close, and so, as tradition dictates, this past weekend hosted the Youth Karnival Parade. The island’s children and teens were transformed into colorfully festooned cherubs with large smiles and eyes filled with wonderment! Images from this weekend’s parade can be viewed on the Bonaire Insider Photo Gallery at http://bonaire.me/Zd7d.
Pure Bonaire 2013 Photographic Essay is Now Available
February 19, 2014 @ 14:55
For those visitors who made their annual pilgrimage to Bonaire in 2013, now there’s a photo book chronicling the year’s events of life on Bonaire. Pure Bonaire 2013, a pictoral annual book, is now available for ordering. The book focuses upon events on Bonaire in 2013--Karnival, Dia di Rincon, kiteboarding and windsurfing events, as well as the island’s flora and fauna and impressive nature and landscapes.
Carolien’s Long Journey is at an End
February 18, 2014 @ 15:53
On September 12th 2013, Carolien, a female Hawksbill sea turtle, crawled ashore on Klein Bonaire to lay what would be her final nest of the season. Eighty-five days and over 5,000 km (3,000 miles) later, Carolien would reach Honduras, the sixth country visited along her lengthy migration home. The coastal waters around Honduras are likely to be Carolien’s “home foraging ground,” where she spends the majority of her adult life. Bonaire’s breeding turtles--like Carolien--return to Bonaire, their places of birth, every two to three years to breed and, if female, nest.