"Bonaire's Lac Bay offers perfect conditions for surfers of all levels, from beginners to the more experienced sailors. The shallow waters of the bay also boast favorable on-shore winds making Lac Bay a learning perfect spot."
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Bonaire, and its small sister island Klien Bonaire, is one of three islands in the Caribbean making up the Dutch Antilles or ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire & Curacao) and is one of the least tourist-developed and visited of the islands, yet both on land and under the sea, one of the Caribbean's most striking. It is located just north of Venezuela, south of the hurricane belt offering a year round stable climate. Apart from being an amazing windsurf location Bonaire also offer world class diving and so makes for an ideal windsurf / dive combination holiday. The island of Bonaire offers a friendly environment for all visitors. Couples can enjoy each other's company, even if one likes to sail and the other likes to enjoy the beach. And it is the ideal place for a family holiday. Children can also begin the lessons from four years old!
The tropical climate enhanced by north east trade winds. Annual averages - Temperature: 82º F (28º C); Rainfall: 22”; Water temperature: 80º F (27º C) Bonaire is equally good all year around.
The wind in Bonaire is very reliable with consistent trade winds that blow all year. The wind peaks between May to July and is at its lowest in October and November. The rest of the year offers good, consistent conditions.
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.
There is a very high standard of accommodation in Bonaire and a good variety of both diver resort hotels and self contained apartments.