All travelers are now permitted to travel to Bonaire.

However, U.S. travelers must transit in Curacao and follow Curacao's entry protocols and connect to Bonaire on Divi Divi Air or EZ Air.

In addition, Bonaire travelers must fill out an online health declaration form from the Public Health Department no earlier than 72 hours or later than 48 hours prior to departure.

All travelers must ensure that their health insurance will cover the costs of medical care during their stay on the island, including care related to Covid-19.

With a population of less than 20,000, the island of Bonaire is home to more flamingoes than people and is dotted with small villages, wildlife habitats, cacti and mangroves and was named the Caribbean's first Blue Destination in 2018 for its commitment to adapting the sustainable use of ocean resources to preserve the health of the ocean.

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