While only a few blocks in size, Bonaire’s capital city is a quaint hub of commercial and cultural activity. Strolling the streets, you’ll experience well-preserved architecture, waterfront eateries, and a small, yet bustling market.
Queen Wilhemina Park offers up Bonairean souvenirs, and sometimes a traditional music or dance performance. These lively performances offer a colorful glimpse into Bonaire’s heritage.
Here you’ll also find the Bonaire Museum (Museo di Bonaire) and BonaireArt (Kas di Arte). The Bonaire Museum explores the island’s history, while BonaireAir showcases rotating art exhibitions from local artists.
Kralendijk is just about 2 miles north of Bonaire International Airport on the island’s southwestern side.