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    All of the car rental facilities in Bonaire, including Avis and Budget, are within or near to Bonaire International Airport along the west coast.

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    The most popular car rental brands in Bonaire are Avis and Budget.

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    Warmest month: September (30°C)
    Coldest month: January (27°C)

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Hire a car in Bonaire

Bonaire is an island escape that begs to be discovered – both above and below the surface.

The second largest island within the Dutch Caribbean, Bonaire is renowned for its stunning blue-green waters and pristine coral reef, which has even been designated a national park. For the best snorkelling in the Caribbean, this is the place to be.

Due to its low-key profile on the tourist map and the local dedication to maintaining its landscape, it has remained remarkably unspoilt and a eco-friendly destination. But the island’s dry land shouldn’t be forgotten either. It varied terrain includes desert-like plains, salt flats (and salt pyramids), volcanic rocks, and stunning beaches. Although drives around the island are not particularly long, they are the most intriguing way to explore Bonaire’s history and nature.

Sights to see

If you like to sit back and relax on holiday Bonaire has many beautiful beaches and an exquisitely sunny climate for you to enjoy. But most people come to Bonaire for its huge array of activities. There is kayaking, sailing and windsurfing to be had, but most come for the excellent scuba diving and snorkelling as the waters off the Bonaire’s coast have been declared a marine park with pristine reefs and diverse marine life. But if you prefer your pursuits to be a little dryer you could also go bird watching, cycling or take a nature tour. Bonaire is a main breeding ground for Flamingo’s and it is alleged more flamingos live on the island than humans!

Bonaire: Discover more

Visit the Washington-Slagbaai National Park for an excellent introduction to the landscape and vegetation of Bonaire. There are two driving trails, the shorter, green route of 28 km, which takes about two hours to travel, and the longer, yellow route of 45 km km, which takes about four hours. There are even a couple of points en route where you can stop off for a spot of Snorkelling.

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