Kayaking through the mangroves on Lac Bay in Bonaire (Half-day)
Boosting low lying forests, rugged volcanoes and plenty of pristine coastline, all three of Bonaire Sint Eustatius and Saba are incredibly beautiful places to explore. Heading out on a water sport adventure is a great way to get a different perspective of the unique and scenic islands.
Best time to visit:
December to June
Dutch, English, Papiamentu
What’s the weather like?
During the winter and spring, daily average temperatures across all three islands are in the mid to upper 20s (upper 70s to mid 80s). From February to June, rain is infrequent as well
How to get there:
To Bonaire, most trips begin with a flight into Bonaire International Airport (BON). From here, it is easy enough to take a taxi to your hotel or meet the guide at the airport. For Sint Eustatius and Saba, most trips begin with a flight into F. D. Roosevelt Airport (EUX) on Sintus Eustatius. Most guides will opt to meet you here and provide transport to the start of the trip
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba are the three islands that compose the Caribbean Netherlands. Bonaire is located just east of Aruba at the southern end of the Caribbean, while Sint Eustatius and Saba are located just east of the Virgin Islands, at the northern end of the Caribbean Sea. Aside from exploring the coral reefs off the boast of Bonaire, there are plenty of incredible water sports activities to check out. Another popular option is to head to the mangroves of Lac Bay, in the southeast of the island. Get a chance to explore this unique and native forest. Plenty of fascinating animals from parrots to iguanas live amongst the mangroves. Paddling along the shoreline of any of the island’s incredible national parks is another great way to see the stunning scenery of the islands from a new perspective. Washington-Slagbaai National Park, on Bonaire, and Boven National Park, on Sintus Eustatius, are among the top destinations
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