Not only is Bonaire a prime spot for scuba divers, it is also a great place to relax and a popular spot for vacationers. Although the beaches of Bonaire are not as popular as other Caribbean beaches, there are numerous activities for tourists to enjoy, and it is a naturally beautiful island.
The following are some of the most popular beaches in Bonaire.
This beach received its name from the color of the sand that covers it. During weekdays, the beach is relatively not crowded, but more people flock to the beach on weekends. There are great spots for scuba diving, snorkeling, and swimming on this beach. Beachgoers should wear protective footwear while walking on the beach or wading in the water to avoid stepping on coral washed-up from the water. Pink beach is situated on western Bonaire. It is accessible from E. E. G. Boulevard.
Sorobon Beach is the premier beach for windsurfing on Bonaire. Vendors renting windsurfing equipment are located on the beach. Nearby this beach is the Sorobon Beach Resort where guests have access to a nude beach. A restaurant and bar are located next to the resort.
This is a great spot for scuba diving and snorkeling. Boca Slagbaai is situated in the Washington-Slagbaai Park. Excellent coral gardens are located off the shore of the park. Beachgoers intending to swim or wade in the water should wear protective footwear to avoid being cut on coral. Boca Slagbaai is a great spot for a quiet picnic or a relaxing swim.