Why Bonaire?

Aruba, Bonaire & Curaçao, also known as the ABC islands…

The ‘Leeward’ part of the Dutch West Indies. Pick out the quietest of the three and you will be sure to find it a second home!

Unlike most other Caribbean islands, Bonaire can be described best as a ‘laidback’ island. No fuss or fancy, plain & basic! An ideal spot if you like to take a break from the hurried life of the northern hemisphere. Do not look for large luxury hotels, fashionable shopping malls, large developed stretches of beach, sparkling nightlife etc. Bonaire is: enjoying a barbeque at sunset on the beach, doing a hiking trail through the rough, diving or snorkelling in clear blue waters, enjoying a sailing trip to one of the islands nearby…

Bonaire offers a nice Caribbean climate with a yearly average temperature of round about 30°C (85F). The coolest month is January, the warmest is September– however, overall, there is relatively little difference between the seasons. The sea temperature varies from 26°C (80F) to 29°C (84F).

As already mentioned, Bonaire stands for nature…. Unspoilt rough country side, a natural coastline but foremost Bonaire is known for its astonishing underwater nature, its pristine coral reefs and abundant sea life!

For more general information on Bonaire as a destination, you may want to consult: www.infobonaire.com. And for news on what’s happening, visit www.bonaireinsider.com.

And here's some additional links you may find helpful in planning your visit to Villa Kiki!

Turtle nest adoption

This is the second year we've adopted a turtle nest! Watch our baby turtles make their way to the ocean below.