It’s Getting Even Simpler to Go to Bonaire Caribbean Journal

It’s just getting easier to visit one of the Caribbean’s hottest travel destinations, from expanded airlifts to eased entry requirements for vaccinated travelers.

The Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire has announced that it has relaxed testing requirements for fully vaccinated US travelers.

Now simply vaccinated travelers must provide evidence of a negative PCR test performed and received within 72 hours of arrival on Bonaire (The island has abolished a second 24-hour pre-screening requirement for vaccinated people).

And major airlines are expanding their service to Bonaire in the coming months.

Captain Don’s Habitat on Bonaire.

On November 8, American Airlines will add a third weekly flight from Miami to Bonaire, with the Monday service complementing the existing Wednesday and Saturday flights.

American is also expanding its service from an Airbus A319 to a Boeing 737 for the Saturday flight and adding 44 additional seats.

Starting December 16, American will offer daily flights from Miami to Bonaire.

Delta, which currently offers two weekly flights from Atlanta to Bonaire, will expand to daily flights from December 18 through January 2 (daily flights will also operate from March 1 through April 3).

“This is an important milestone for the island. In addition to the third weekly flight with American Airlines, this is the first time that either airline has offered a daily direct flight to Bonaire, ”said Miles Mercera, director of Tourism Corporation Bonaire. “It’s a testament to the growing interest in the unique experiences we have to offer. The increased frequency of both airlines will meet demand and provide a hassle-free connection between the US and our beautiful island. We look forward to welcoming these additional visitors and to presenting the diverse landscapes, the diverse culture and the upscale offer. “

Visit Bonaire for more information.

– CJ