New map Bonaire Travel Map. 1:28,000. Kasprowski, 2016.
The map shows all the island's known roads and streets with their names, displays its many diving sites and an extensive set of biking routes, and locates all the major hotels by name.
The map contains the following features:
Rich topographic detail
Symbol key and scale; depth curves, soundings, heights, and contour lines in meters, longitude and latitude lines and other identifiers.
Indian inscriptions (petroglyphs), slave-labor camps, watermills, and other historic sites; international airport, parking areas, sports arenas, medical centers, lighthouses, gas stations, places of worship, schools, police stations, post offices, and other points of interest;
Bonaire Road Map & Guide. Approx. 1:90,000. Skyviews. 16th ed., 2010/2011. The map is a pocket tourist map, not a topographic or detailed physical map, but it is excellent at what it does. The map has an island map on the front and a listing of the best 63 dive sites on Bonaire and the best 26 dive sites on Klein Bonaire. The reverse side has a large map of Kralendijk and useful tourist information such as bike/car/taxi rental, restaurants, sites, hotels, and much more. Welcome to Bonaire!
That's exactly how visitors to Bonaire are greeted when they arrive at Flamingo Airport. And what you will have noticed too is how access to Bonaire from North America and Europe has greatly improved, making the "diver's paradise" more accessible than ever! Bonaire also is a Mecca for mountain bikers, birdwatchers and eco tourists as well. It is an ideal place to find an unspoiled environment in which to unwind and relax. A folded pocket version and a laminated flat version are available; the laminated version is ideal as a souvenir placemat. Size is 20 x 14 inches.
Sample detail from the Bonaire road map. Image of the entire Bonaire road map.
1 sheet, folded.
1 sheet, laminated.
Bonaire Antique-style Wall Map. 20 x 31".
Along with Curacao, Bonaire is part of the Netherlands Antilles, located off the coast of Venezuela. With a land area of 111 square miles, the island is a growing tourist destination and center for diving. Bonaire's capital is Kralendijk, and its citizens have constitutional equality with the Netherlands.