Where is Casita del Luna?
The Caribbean islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, all off the coast of Venezuela, are collectively known as the ABC islands. Their shared Dutch colonial history and West Indian heritage, plus their fortuitous location outside of the tropical hurricane belt, make these islands a coveted playground for snowbirds, sun seekers, avid windsurfers and scuba divers.
Just 24 miles (39km) long by 3-7 miles (5-11km) wide, Bonaire lies 50 miles north of Venezuela and outside of the hurricane belt. Its easterly trade winds blow year round with the higher winds from mid-December through to August.
STINAPA (Stichting Nationale Parken Nederlands Antillen) work very hard to ensure a balance between nature and the many visitors to the island.
The shimmering turquoise bay, the giant pyramids of salt alongside the strikingly pink waters, the vivid green and yellow lorikeets and the flocks of coral pink flamingos all leave a lasting impression of color.
Casita del Luna
Lac Bay has long been known as one of the finest windsurfing destinations in the world. It basks in the midst of extraordinarily steady trade winds, and the very shape of the island breaks this current into a range of intensities.