The average daily high stays around 28°C (82°F) all year, and humidity is tolerable, so the best time to go is the low season of May to mid-December when rates come down. Bonaire is out of the hurricane belt so you don't have to figure the big blow into your schedule.
Dry trade winds and sun galore put the heat on with the average high in any day of the year not drifting too far from 30°C (86°F). Like its fellow islands of the Dutch Antilles, October and November are the only particularly rainy months but are still, relative to most other Caribbean islands, quite dry.
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This resort on the west coast offers spacious tropically inspired oceanfront and garden accommodations.
Bonaire's Flamingo Airport (www.flamingoairport.com) is immediately south of Kralendijk. There are flights to Bonaire from North America and Amsterdam.
Bonaire has no public bus service. Unmetered taxis with fixed rates are plentiful and provide a good alternative for getting around, especially if you want a guided tour of the island. Bicycles can be rented in Kralendijk. Bonaire's Flamingo Airport is 5km (3mi) south of the capital; taxis are available for the short trip into town.
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