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"We had a brilliant relaxing holiday in Bonaire kitesurfing over at Pink Beach. What a beautiful place. It was quite quiet but it just what we wanted."
The wind in Bonaire is fairly good all year but the highest wind period historically has been from May to July; the lowest wind season is October / November.
The prevailing wind direction at the kitesurfing beach is cross off shore but there is good boat safety cover so this is a very safe and easy place to kitesurf. However, due to the cross off shore wind it is not ideal for improvers who are not yet confident in cuttinng up wind and do not want lessons.
Approximately 50% of the annual visitors to Bonaire are drawn by the scuba diving but there are also many attractions for the non-divers. A number of activities are available, from hiking and sightseeing in the enormous Washington-Slagbaai National Park at the north-western end of the island, to shopping, snorkeling and bird watching.
Bonaire is generally a very 'laid back' resort and so there is no major nightlife. There are some nice restaurants, a couple of good bars but no nightclubs. Evenings are best spent over a good meal and a few drinks.
As with all of our destinations we have spent considerable time and effort inspecting the available hotels and other accommodations in Bonaire so that we are able to recommend the best options.
In Bonaire we can offer anything from 5* beach resorts like the Bonaire Harbour Village through the more laid back informal style like Bamboo Bali. All the hotels are between 10 and 25 minutes drive to the kitesurf and windsurf beach so we will include a car in your holiday quote.
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