The Epic Watertaxi has two departure points on Bonaire to go to Klein Bonaire. You can reserve tickets or just hop on and pay on board at Bonaire Nautico Marina, Watersport Center Bonaire and Buddy Dive Resort. So wherever you are staying on Bonaire, there is always a departure point close to you!
We are offering up to 4 departures per day (depending on the departure point), every day! Check the water taxi schedule of your favorite departure point:
A round-trip with our water taxi to Klein Bonaire cost $25.
Do you want a fully catered day at Klein Bonaire? Then our water taxi lunch box is an option for you. For only $17.50 more you will have a lunch box with wraps, sandwich, ice-cold drinks and canopy chairs which protect you from the sun.
Klein Bonaire is GREAT for snorkeling. Enjoy the reefs that are close to No Name Beach or walk to the yellow marker (as indicated by your captain) from the beach to enter the water and enjoy a short drift alongside a beautiful coral reef.
Additionally, we are offering a drop-off drift snorkel service every day at 10:30 AM from No Name Beach, Klein Bonaire. Read more about the drop-off drift snorkel.
Would not recommend to leave any valuables on the beach unattended, for example when you are in the water snorkeling. But in general, people (at their own responsibility) do leave their bags and towels at the beach when they go for the drop off drift snorkel.
There are two huts with shade on No Name Beach. Also some bushes allow for some shade. We recommend applying (reef friendly) sunscreen regularly after you have been in the water, and bringing a hat and clothes to cover yourself from the strong Caribbean sun.
Klein Bonaire is part of the Bonaire National Park and is uninhabited. There are no facilities on the island. Bring enough water to hydrate, and maybe food if you are planning to stay longer. Even though there are trash bins on the island, please take your trash with you and throw it away back on Bonaire.
All users of the Bonaire National Marine Park (the waters surrounding Bonaire) are required by law to pay the Bonaire Nature Fee from STINAPA. If you haven’t already, please acquire the Nature Tag for every passenger on the water taxi.