Find the right route towards our beloved island with the right information. We will be giving you our best tips into finding the best and most effective options.
COVID-19 last update, Nov 4th: From October 26 on, passengers may travel to Bonaire from or via the Netherlands, Curacao or Canada (From US continue reading). Starting October 26, there will be +- four flights a day from Curacao to Bonaire. To avoid quarantine travelers must have had a PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours before their departure and the test result must be negative. The test has to have been taken within 72 hours of departure; point of departure being the Netherlands, Curacao or Canada. Additionally, travelers must complete a health declaration form for the Public Health Department. This declaration may be downloaded at: https://bonairepublichealth.org/en/form
VISITORS FROM US: Yes, that is possible. But you cannot travel directly to Bonaire (Direct Flights coming soon, stay tuned!); you will have to fly to Bonaire via Curacao. You must undergo a PCR test 72 hours before departure and the result must be negative. The test has to have been taken within 72 hours of departure; point of departure being the Netherlands, Curacao or Canada.
You must also complete a health declaration form for the Public Health Department 48 hours before departure. You may download the declaration form at: https://www.bonairepublichealth.org
Bonaire wants to gradually expand the number of flights to the island in the near future. This will only be possible if circumstances allow it and the risks are minimal. A ban on direct flights from the United States to Bonaire is in place until mid-November.
OFFICIAL BONAIRE INFO: www.bonairecrisis.com
IMPORTANT: if you plan to flight trough Curacao to connect with Bonaire, then please check the CUR official info: www.curacao.com
TUI Airlines is currently offering affordable options to fly from Amsterdam Directly to Bonaire. If your country of origin happens to be in Europe, Amsterdam is your best possible connection.