Kiteboarding Bonaire Bonaire Kite Week


June 11th - 16th 2013

For the first time ever Bonaire in the Dutch Caribbean will be hosting the opening leg of the South & Central American Championship Tour 2013. Flat water, little waves, some current makes it one of the best places in the world for kite boarding. With a fringing reef, racers enjoy deep water within 10 feet of the shore line.

Bonaire Kite Week is fully IKA and ISAF sanctioned and as such a ISAF Course Racing 100 Point World Ranking Event.

Bonaire Kite Week


Bonaire Kite Week Schedule


There are various international airlines serving our island which makes it relatively easy to get to Bonaire. There is non-stop service (via Houston, Newark, Atlanta, Aruba, or Curaçao) as well as one-stop service from numerous points in the United States or from Europe (Amsterdam).

From North America

Delta Airlines offers a weekly Saturday non-stop flight from Atlanta to Bonaire and return. United Airlines offers two to three non-stop weekly flights, and all flights should be considered seasonal. Their first flight is a round-trip flight between Newark and Bonaire which operates only during periods of high demand. United also flies a weekly non-stop flight from Houston. Insel Air operates a weekly rotation from Miami to Bonaire. The flights take place every Saturday throughout the year.

Please note that U.S. carriers may seasonalize the flights noted above, which means they may postpone flights during periods of low demand. It is always recommended to contact the airline or your travel professional to check on flight departures.

Connecting from North America via Curacao:
American Airlines, Insel Air, and DAE fly non-stop daily to Curaçao from Miami. Insel Air flies on Saturdays and seasonally on Wednesdays non-stop from Charlotte, North Carolina to Curacao with continuing connections to Bonaire and United Airlines flies non-stop on Wednesdays and Saturdays to Curacao from Newark. Passengers then may use local carriers to connect to Bonaire. Flying time between Curaçao and Bonaire is approximately 15-30 minutes on these carriers: Divi Divi, Insel Air, DAE, Tiara Air, EZ Air (

Another option is to fly with any major U.S. and South American carriers to Aruba and then take Divi Divi, Insel Air or Tiara Air to Bonaire.

From South America

Insel Air and DAE offer service from Curacao and Aruba to a variety of South American cities. Additionally, there are a few South American national carriers like Avianca, Gol and Copa Airlines which offer service to either Aruba or Curacao where travelers can then pick up connections to Bonaire via local carriers.

From Europe

KLM is operating 13 roundtrips a week to this region in its winter schedule, to Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao. Arkefly continues service Thursdays and Saturdays between Amsterdam and Bonaire. AirBerlin provides service from Dusseldorf to Curacao.

See the information above for connecting flights from Curacao and Aruba to Bonaire.


Sand Dollar Condominiums

Sand Dollar Bonaire

Sand Dollar offers some of the most spacious and comfortable ocean view studio, one, two and three bedroom accommodations on Bonaire. All of our condominiums have air-conditioned bedrooms, full kitchens, dining and living areas. The condo's roomy porches or balconies offer views of the Caribbean Sea and Bari Reef which beckon irresistibly to scuba divers and snorkelers.

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