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Bonaire Beaches

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Bonaire Beaches
There are no miles and miles of white sandy beaches to be found on Bonaire. Most of the beaches on Bonaire are public with the exception of Harbour Village Resort where access is rectricted to guests and to those who have paid an entrance fee. Public nudity of any kind is illegal and insulting to the local people, except on Sorobon Beach (a privately owned nudist resort). Topless sunbathing and swimming is tolerated on non-locally used beaches.

Beautiful Bonairean Beach

Beautiful Bonairean Beach

 
Playa Chikitu
Playa Chikitu
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Playa Chikitu Lying in Washington National Park, Playa Chikutu is beautiful, but, alas, swimming is forbidden due to the enormous waves and the dangers that lurk underwater. You would be swept off your feet right after you walked in due to a strong current that passes the island on the north coast
 
Boka Kokolishi
Boka Kokolishi
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Boka Kokolishi Also situated on the North Coast, Boka Kokolishi is not suited for swimming, but it is a beautiful place to hike along the rugged shoreline with its typical round shaped pools made of lava stone.
 
Boka Bartol
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Boka Bartol This shore dive is the northernmost site in the Marine Park. Advanced divers may encounter strong currents. The recommended depth is from 20-80 feet, with interesting coral formations in the shallows. Many of the larger fish species abound, and there is a chance to see rays and Garden Eels in the sandy bottom.
 
Playa Funchi
Playa Funchi
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Playa Funchi Lying on the Westernmost tip of the island, Playa Fuchi is definitely worth visiting when you want to see iguana's and lizards that roam around freely. It's also one of the recommended sites for a Bonaire Guide Snorkel.
 
Boka Slagbaai
Boka Slagbaai
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Boka Slagbaai A beautiful beach, rocky with little sand where you can find spots to lay down your towel. There are buildings dating back to 1869.
 
Playa Frans
Playa Frans
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Playa Frans At the North Point near Slagbaai. Hard to reach but definitely worth the effort. A very intimate place, with a quiet surf. You will love it there. But don't tell anyone, it's not a big place...
 
1000 Steps Beach
1000 Steps Beach
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1000 Steps Beach Why is it called Thousand Steps? Because it is a long way down from the road. No problem for the young and well-trained, but when you are taking your scuba gear it requires quite an effort. The reward is that there are not many people even though is it a beautiful spot.
 
Bachelor Beach
Bachelor Beach
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Bachelor Beach Just a few hundres yards south of Playa Mangel is a staircase that leads to a thin strip of sand and a really great place fo a swim. Although there are no real tides on Bonaire, when the water is high it is difficult to lay out so check the waves before spreading your beach towel.
 
Pink Beach
Pink Beach
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Pink Beach A great place to snorkel, picnic or scuba dive. Reachable by car, taxi or bike. The flamingo pink bus stops here every day, based on a schedule posted in hotels and dive stores and from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. will provide a variety of services.
 
Lac Bay
Lac Bay
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Lac Bay Tranquil waters, a swimming paradise for every one. Every weekend there is bands playing from two in the afternoon, drawing locals and tourists alike.




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