Enjoy true outdoor living where the interior blends seemlessly into your private garden with spacious swimming pool at this Caribbean holiday home. The Piet Boon garden villa's are situated just 30 meters from the seafront and offer a perfect retreat for even the most discerning guests.
Enjoy true outdoor living where the interior blends seemlessly into your private garden with spacious swimming pool at this Caribbean holiday home. The Piet Boon garden villa's are situated just 30 meters from the seafront and offer a perfect retreat for even the most discerning guests
Latest masterpiece, combining all his ideas of the previous villa’s. This villa, build in 2012 is made with the best and most beautiful materials and features. . Direct access to the reef (Chapin means Trunkfish in Papiamento) only meters away from the enormous open living room. Superb barefoot luxury with excellent views at the sea
The clean lines of this villa are reflected in the ‘’stretch’’ swimming pool which is built at right angles to the sea. The open air living room offers panoramic views over the sea to the sister island ‘’Little Bonaire” A 550 m2 (5920 ft2) living space piece of caribbean paradise
Eating lobster, fresh from the sea – grilled or in a delicious salad, a cold bottle of Carib in your hand, sitting on a wooden bench, and bare feet in the sand. Karibuni, is a unique beach restaurant on the uninhabited island Ile Pinel.
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Bonaire has consistently ranked as the finest snorkeling and scuba diving destination in the Caribbean. A major reason for this prominence is the island's diligent stewardship of its marine resources -- all of the waters off Bonaire's coast have been legally protected since 1979, and it shows.
But there is plenty more to do here. The unusually steady trade winds that wash over the island create ideal conditions for world-class windsurfing and kiteboarding, and the sere beauty of its semi-desert landscape is home to an outlandish assortment of wildlife. Iguanas meditatively toast themselves atop the desert rock formations of Washington Slagbaai, Bonaire's land-based natural park, while vast orange-pink clouds of flamingos drift across bone-white salt flats. Divi-divi trees bend into surreal sculptures of the wind itself, and towering cacti stand as reminders of the Caribbean's diverse ecology.
Welcome to Bonaire, or, as we say in Papiamentu , Bon Bini!
Location: 30 miles (48 km) from Curacao; 50 miles (80 km) north of Venezuela and 86 miles (129 km) east of Aruba, outside of the Caribbean hurricane belt.
Size: 24 miles (39 km) long by 3-7 miles wide, 112 square miles (290 km2). Highest elevation is Brandaris Hill, 784 feet (240 meters).
Climate: Yearly average temperature is 82°F (27.8°C); water temperature of 80°F (26.7°C); rainfall of 22 inches (56 cm); humidity of 76%. Sunny, all year round.