We are a progressive Caribbean island in terms of synergizing people, culture and nature. We aim to become a leader in the preservation of Bonaire’s natural assets and resources.
Bonaire commits and adapts to the sustainable use of ocean resources for growth, well-being, jobs and the ocean ecosystem’s health.
We are the first Caribbean island to have a marine park that is protected for over 41 years. With protection of nature as a cornerstone of our sustainable tourism policies, the island’s economic development plan is built on sustainability. Bonaire’s recognition of the importance of its water resources even extends to its flag, where the blue represents the pure waters. Being a Blue Destination aligns with Bonaire’s culture, history and the heritage of people who have embraced and protected the ocean for their livelihood.
To protect Bonaire and its natural resources, a better connection between man and nature is of great importance.
Bonaire Blue Destination builds a bridge between nature and society, always with sustainability in mind, and creates a unique identity and experience, which differentiates Bonaire from other Caribbean islands.