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Book your Beach Transportation with us.  If you need transportation from your ship, hotel, or apartment to a beach, please let us know by booking with us here or by email. We are available 24/7, get in touch with us through our live chat online, and we can rearrange your Taxi ride. You can also ask your hotel or ship reception to give us a call or WhatsApp at +31 (6) 47516559 or +31 (6) 34263902 When you book with us, your return is automatically included for when you need to return to your ship, hotel, or apartment. Please let us know if we can help you with anything.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Shekhinah Tours

Book your Beach Transfer with us. There are a few Beachs you can visit on Bonaire, and they are as follow:

Sorobon Beach: Located on the eastern side near Lac Bay, it is one of Bonaire's treasures. Many local fishing boats are at the Fishermen's Pier, and the Beach has several lanais for picnics and shade. An offshore reef protects the bay on which this beautiful Beach sits and keeps the shallow waters calm. Sorobon Beach is enjoyed by sunbathers and water enthusiasts of all ages. It is perfect for a quick dip to cool off. The sandy entry, warm shallow waters, Bonaire's steady trade winds, and sunshine present a stellar combination for some of the world's best windsurfing. These heavenly conditions afford to host local and international competitions throughout the year.

Eden/ Spice Beach: Enjoy complete comfort at the waterfront in our semi-open restaurant while you look out over the sea with or without your feet in the sand. After a nice drink in our Beach Bar, you can be surprised by our Chef and his teams of internationally oriented creations. If you are looking for the ideal venue for business-oriented meetings or dinners with an authentic Caribbean atmosphere, Spice Beach restaurant is the place for you! Open for breakfast and dinner. Lunch is available at our Beach Bar.

Spice Beach offers a wide range of activities, including beach volleyball, sun loungers and other Beach and swimming sports. As Spice Beach is located by dive sites such as 'Front Porch', we also facilitate snorkelling and diving. From our bar, you can relax with unique cocktails and other drinks whilst listening to one of our live bands or DJs.
Spice Beach is a lovely beach, partly sand and partly with rocks. If you want to snorkel, this Beach is a good choice.

Te Amo Beach: is a beautiful, white sandy public beach near Bonaire's airport. Its location provides spectacular sights of arriving aeroplanes in this otherwise tranquil area. The sandy shoreline makes easy access to the water, which is filled with fish and corals and makes a great snorkelling site. Shade is provided by some of the trees on this piece of paradise, while the often present Kite City food truck takes care of some relaxing background music.
Te Amo Beach is a lovely beach, partly sand and partly with rocks. If you want to snorkel, this Beach is a good choice.

Donkey Beach: Playa Palu di Mangel, meaning Beach of Almond Trees, is situated by the airport. That makes it a great place to see arriving planes fly over and land just a few meters away. Often called Donkey Beach by tourists, this rocky shoreline is popular amongst locals, who often bring their whole family for a weekend BBQ. To get into the water, you have to face some rubble, though the next-door Beach of Te Amo provides easy access. Food trucks Kite City and Cactus Blue on the Beach are often present to provide burgers, drinks and more.

Bachelor's Beach: It is tiny in the Belnem district, south of the airport. This sandy Beach is at the base of a 10-foot cliff with stairs leading down to it. You can park next to the stairs and be in the water in seconds. It can't get much easier to enter. Just watch your step on the last rock/step! It is ideal for swimming, snorkelling and diving.
Bachelor's Beach is lovely, partly sand and partly with rocks. There is a stair where you must step down to the Beach. If you want to snorkel, this Beach is a good choice.

1000 Step Beach: The Beach of 1000 Steps thanks its name to the limestone stairs you must descend to get there. Though the name might sound intimidating, the stairs are only about 67 steps. When getting yourself up after a sunny day on this peaceful Beach, though, it might feel like a thousand, which would explain the name. The site has white sand and bleached chunks of coral, and limestone cliffs surround the cove. It's great for diving and snorkelling as turtles are often found in the shallow, turquoise waters.

1000 Step Beach is a lovely beach, partly sand and partly with rocks.
If you want to snorkel, this Beach is a good choice for snorkelling and has a high probability of seeing sea turtles.
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