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Bonaire’s 2022/2023 High Season is in Full Swing!

by | Nov 30, 2022 | Activities, Air Travel, Hotels & Lodging, Nightlife, Restaurants & Dining, Sailing, Vehicle Rentals

Hat and sunglasses on the beach.

Bonaire’s 2022/2023 high season has arrived.

With Bonaire’s warm climate, the winter months have always been the busiest time of year, especially around the holiday time! Many airlines add additional flights to keep up with visitors wanting to escape their cold weather homes. Keep reading for some helpful tips to help you navigate the 2022/2023 high season on Bonaire.

Choose a relaxing accommodation.

Do you have a favorite accommodation? If so, reserve your room now to avoid disappointment. We have many beautiful accommodations on the island, but it is always best to plan in advance. Our list of recommended accommodations can help you choose the perfect place to stay that meets your needs. Just click on the link to peruse through each of the recommended accommodations.

Reserve transportation so you can experience the island.

Are you the type of person that waits until arrival to reserve a rental vehicle? If so, this is not the best decision for the high season. Currently, many car rental companies on Bonaire are fully booked. There is nothing worse than wanting to shore dive with no vehicle! If you have already booked your flights, go ahead and book your rental vehicle so you can experience everything that Bonaire has to offer.

Reserve your car rental with AB Car.

Book activities that you want to experience.

Bonaire has many types of different activities. If you love specific guided activities, make a reservation in advance so you won’t be disappointed. Showing up to a dive shop in person and expecting to book dives or a diving certification could derail the fun you were hoping to experience. Dive shops are already busy, and the spots are booking up fast. Explore our activities drop-down menu and the unique tours page to help choose your activities for your vacation.

Experience the culinary flavors that Bonaire has to offer.

Typically when traveling, you don’t consider making restaurant reservations in advance, but Bonaire’s restaurants get busy! Deciding on a restaurant at the last minute could leave you visiting quite a few in hopes of getting a table. Don’t wait until the last minute if you have a favorite restaurant you cannot miss or want to dine at a specific restaurant for an upcoming holiday. Need restaurant options? Check out our list of recommended restaurants.

Melisa Sailing Dinner at Sea

interested in a stunning sunset sailing cruise? Melisa Sailing will wine and dine you at sea. Sit back and watch the sunset as you are served beverages. The fun doesn’t end there. Melisa Sailing serves you six delicious courses while you enjoy the coastline lights on Bonaire.

At Home Private Dining & Sommelier

Would you like to avoid the crowds and enjoy a luxurious dinner prepared in your rental home by a private chef? Book a reservation with At Home Private Dining & Sommelier. Chef Manouk is ready to create a culinary masterpiece for you in the comfort of your own home or rental home.

Each course is prepared with top quality ingredients.

Planning ahead is essential during the high season on Bonaire.

While it’s always fun to go with the flow when on a relaxing vacation, take the advice above and make those reservations sooner than later so you can experience everything you want while on dushi Bonaire. If you are wondering what to pack for your vacation, check out the Editor’s Pick of Travel Essentials page.

(Source:  Bonaire Insider)

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Tanya Deen has been living in Bonaire since December 2016. She is a PADI Master Scuba Diver Instructor and enjoys underwater and bird photography. Tanya is the Editor-in-Chief of the Bonaire Insider tourism news blog.
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