A New Way to See Bonaire

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon
CJ Travel Editor

There’s a new way to see Bonaire: not under the sea, but right on it.

Guests at Bonaire’s Harbour Village Beach Club can find out “what SUP” on new stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) tours of the Dutch-Caribbean island’s north coast.

The hour-long tours are limited to a maximum of three people, so each paddler gets individual attention and instruction from the guides ¬– which makes the excursions ideal not only for newbie boarders but also for experienced paddlers who want to refine their skills.

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First-time and expert boarders alike will enjoy Bonaire’s crystal-clear waters and balmy temps – it’s hovering around 86 degrees there right now.

And if skimming the surface on the SUP tour inspires guests to delve deeper into the island’s marine landscape, Harbour Village’s dive shop also offers daily dives and snorkel excursions.

— CJ