Bonaire
National
Marine Park

The BNMP includes the surrounding waters of Bonaire as well as Klein Bonaire and includes coral reefs, shallow lagoons and Klein Bonaire.

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Washington
Slagbaai
National Park

This terrestrial park encompasses two former plantations and spans across nearly 14,000 acres across the northern end of Bonaire.

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Park closed
due to bad weather

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Pay your nature fee

The Stinapa Bonaire nature fee is mandatory for all users of the Bonaire National Marine Park and the Washington Slagbaai National Park.

Valid per calendar year JAN-DEC

Pay your nature fee

One fee for nature

RECENT NEWS 11-2022

Simplifying The Nature Fee

As of January 1st, 2023, the nature fee will be easier to purchase for visitors coming to Bonaire.

Currently, there are different fees for scuba diving, other water activities such as snorkeling or kitesurfing, and additional fees to enter Washington Slagbaai National Park. This can make it confusing and unfair that one activity pays more than the other.

Starting in 2023, there will be only one calendar year fee of $40 that covers all water activities in the Bonaire National Marine Park. This one fee also includes entrance to Washington Slagbaai National Park. For cruise passengers, the fee will now be $10 to enter the Washington Slagbaai Park.

Beginning in 2024, cruise passengers will also have to pay a $10 Nature Fee to enter the Bonaire National Marine Park. Exceptions: All children under 13 years old, Bonairian residents, and our sister islands Curacao, Aruba, Saba, Sint Maarten, Sint Eustatius, and Saba will be completely exempt from the Nature Fee.

Don't forget

Pay your nature fee

The Stinapa Bonaire nature fee is mandatory for all users of the Bonaire National Marine Park and the Washington Slagbaai National Park.

Valid per calendar year JAN-DEC

Pay your nature fee