Bonaire prices
1 USD = 1 USD

Bonaire hotel prices

Hotel type
Hostel bed
70.00 - 115.00
88.00 - 262.00
214.00 - 225.00

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One of the smaller and more low-key Caribbean islands, Bonaire is also quite unusual in that it’s nearly flat and doesn’t have many sandy beaches to speak of. There are a few nicer resorts on the island, but most of the visitors are divers, snorkelers, and wind-surfers so you can expect a more informal vibe.

Bonaire is officially part of the Netherlands, and Dutch is an official language along with a local island tongue, but English is widely spoken and understood in the tourist areas. For this reason Bonaire is quite popular with Dutch citizens as well as adventure seekers from North America.

Bonaire is quite cheap compared to other Caribbean islands, but don’t expect to have a bargain beach holiday here as that’s really not what this place is about.

Where to stay

Bonaire is certainly one of the cheaper Caribbean islands for accommodation, with only a few fairly pricey resorts at this point. There are quite a few mid-level small hotel or apartment complexes offering cheap rooms, and some informal guesthouses as well.

Getting there

All flights to Bonaire land at Flamingo International Airport, which has a runway long enough to serve wide-body planes, but is now served exclusively by mid-sized and smaller aircraft.

Nonstop flights from:
Miami, Atlanta, Charlotte, Houston, Newark, Amsterdam

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Bonaire facts

Population 16,000
Metro area 16,000
Time zone UTC-4
Currency US dollar
Airports Flamingo International Airport (BON)

Avg temps & precip

Hi F Lo F Precip Inch
Jan 85 77 1.0
Feb 85 78 0.5
Mar 86 78 0.3
Apr 87 80 0.3
May 88 81 1.8
Jun 88 81 0.3
Jul 88 81 0.6
Aug 89 82 0.6
Sep 90 82 0.6
Oct 89 81 1.3
Nov 88 80 2.3
Dec 86 78 1.3

hotel seasons

January, February, March, April

Sunrise and sunset

  Sunrise Sunset
21 Mar 6:37am 6:44pm
21 Jun 6:10am 7:00pm
21 Sep 6:22am 6:30pm
21 Dec 6:49am 6:14pm