The beautiful Bonaire conch. The most common species in the Island’s waters is the Strombus gigas, commonly referred to as the Pink or Queen Conch. At Lac Bay large piles of empty shells serve as a reminder of the times when the Bonaire Conch was still harvested. Today, the species is protected and removing conch […]

Read more

Situated on the northern part of Bonaire, the beautiful Goto Lake is home to numerous flamingos. From the observation post you can enjoy a fantastic view of the lake and the area surrounding it.

Read more

Is there a better place in the world to grow up?

Read more

It may not be sandy at the moment, but it is awesome nonetheless; Pink Beach, Bonaire.

Read more

An aerial point of view of the magnificent colors of Bonaire.

Read more

The amazing colors of Bonaire as seen on the road south towards the White slave huts. On the left the Cargill salt pans and on the right the emerald blue ocean.

Read more

Some beaches are so breathtaking, they simply do not need a name; No Name Beach on a “busy” Sunday afternoon. The beach can only be reached by boat and luckily there are regular water taxis available if you do not have your own.  

Read more

The colorful lights of Kralendijk’s nightlife reflect on the Caribbean Sea on a windless night. This picture was taken from the north pier not so long ago, yet so much has changed since then. The little market on the right has been restored in its former glory and is in full use again for fresh […]

Read more

On the most northern part of Bonaire the ruins of the Malmok station and lighthouse are still remnants of the past. Shortly after building this lighthouse in the beginning of the 20th century, the site turned out to be too close to the sea. As a result another lighthouse, Seru Bentana, was built very close […]

Read more

This magnificent osprey is no stranger to the people of Bonaire. You will not find them year round on the island; they migrate back and forth. But when they are here, they are plentiful and you will often see them hunt or fly by with a fish dangling from their claws. This particular one was […]

Read more