Although there are no bike lanes on Bonaire, plenty of people ride along the flat roads, especially in the south. Traffic is usually light and roads are in decent conditions. There are also mountain-biking routes in Washington-Slagbaai National Park and other off-road destinations in the north.
Car & Motorcycle
Most international car-rental firms are at the airport, while local agencies are located nearby.
- Main roads are mostly in good condition; however, you'll want a 4WD for the rough roads in the national park and some remote spots on the east coast.
- Gasoline can only be found in Kralendijk.
- Road signs are sporadic, so you'll need a map or a GPS.
- Driving is on the right-hand side, seat belts are required and motorcyclists must use helmets.
Taxi service is available at the airport and near the cruise ship terminal. Rates are set by the local government. From the airport, expect to pay US$9 to US$13 to the resorts around Kralendijk and US$18 to US$20 to resorts near Lac Bay. Bonaire Taxi is one of many taxi services around the island.