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Visitor Entry Tax



vet tax rates

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table-row-1 $ 75
table-row-2 $ 10
table-row-3 $ 10
table-row-4 $ 10
table-row-5 $ 0
table-row-6 $ 0







15 days ago

On July 1, 2024, the first three changes following the tourist tax evaluation will take effect: 1) The validity of the tax paid is extended to 1 month 2) Island children not living on Bonaire go to the low rate of $10 per person. 3) Exemption for all Bonairian students studying full-time abroad Every effort has been made to have these changes become effective per July 1, 2024. As a result, although the changes are recognized in the system, it is not yet possible to upload the required proof documents into the system in advance. For now, these are checked manually at the airport or at the port. This may cause some delay and we thank everyone for their understanding. For more information please visit:

New number

2 months ago

Dear visitor please note that the phone number for the Bonaire tourism tax has changed!! The new number is **+599 701-2066**

iDeal !!

2 years ago

Vistors traveling from The Netherlands to Bonaire are now able to pay the visitor entry tax using iDeal which is an Online Banking Payment method based on a four-corner model which generates a SEPA Credit Transfer from within the consumers trusted online banking portal.

Stinapa new

2 years ago

Please be aware of the new stinapa fees - Nature Fee change: the former fees were $45 for Scuba Diving and $25 for other activities - The new Fee is $40 for all activities - One fee for **Nature** Locals and residents of the sister islands Curaçao/Aruba/Sint Eustatius and Saba don't have to pay the Nature fee

Entry Tax

2 years ago

The Visitor Entry Tax is replacing what was formerly known as the island's 'room tax' and rental 'car tax' and was previously collected directly through accommodations and providers.

July 1st

2 years ago

The Visitor Entry Tax goes into effect on July 1st. Complete your Visitor Entry Tax form timely before your travel to Bonaire. To avoid having to queue on arrival, proceed to complete the tax payment online.

Latest News

2 years ago

Effective July 1st 2022, visitors to Bonaire will be required to pay a visitor entry tax of $75 per person, per visit. The funds from the visitor entry tax are to be invested to support education, infrastructure,tourism development and sustainability initiatives on the island.


a year ago

Currently, there are no entry restrictions related to corona in Bonaire. However, the virus has not yet disappeared. For your own health and the health of the people of Bonaire, it is important to prevent the spread of the virus as much as possible. We therefore ask that you follow the basic rules during your trip to prevent the spread of corona. We also ask you to be tested and isolated in case of corona- symptoms. Only this way can we protect the vulnerable and keep health care accessible.

Bond !!

a year ago

Earlier this year, Bonaire launched The Bonaire Bond, a destination pledge, to invite all visitors to agree to travel responsibly and respect the island with a goal to sustain Bonaire’s natural appeal for years to come. The Bond is designed to serve as a reminder of how critical sustainable tourism is to the livelihood of our local community. For those who sign between now and Earth Day 2023, Bonaire will reinvest in its conservation efforts by adopting a coral tree through the Reef Renewal Foundation on behalf of those that commit to this cause with their signature. For more information and to sign The Bonaire Bond,** please visit:**

Stinapa 2

a year ago

Bonaire reefs are one of the finest in the Caribbean. To experience it a lifetime, please help us to preserve our reefs! Many Caribbean islands and countries have been dealing with a rapidly spreading coral ailment for years;Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD). Recently it was also detected in Bonaire. To slow the spread, we need your help. By taking measures, we can distress the corals and slow down the spread. Please help and comply with the measures. Give our corals a fighting chance! More information and measures: