Tiny & flat, the smallest of the Dutch Antilles boasts bodacious beaches, friendly people, & a laid-back vibe; it's most famous for its spectacular dive spots. Lots of vaycay digs to choose from, too, from medium-size resorts to wee guesthouses.
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Snorkel Bonaire & discover a wondrous underwater world

Bonaire is a small island colonized by the Dutch in the southern Caribbean’s Lesser Antilles, a mere 25 miles (80km) north of the Venezuelan coast. Safe from hurricanes, Bonaire has a truly amazing climate, relatively warm and dry for most of the year. Famous for its pink flamingos and fabulous coral reefs, the island is a dream come true for adventurers looking for snorkeling, scuba diving and water sports. read post

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