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Bonaire (pop. 12,000) is an island in the Netherlands Antilles. It, and Aruba and Curaçao, form a group referred to as the ABC islands.

Exploiting it's natural topography, Bonaire has been a major supplier of salt to the USA for many years, and continues to do so through the flooding of flat-lands with sea water. Also famed for it's flamingo populations and it's Donkey sanctuary.

Bonaire is world renowned for its excellent scuba diving. The island is ringed by a coral reef that is easily accessible from the shore along the Western and Southern sides.

Lac Bay on the eastern side of the island is a windsurfer's paradise.

Klein Bonaire is a small islet formed just off the coast of the main island.

Bonaire is also a place in the state of Georgia. See Bonaire, Georgia.

In addition, there are places with a somewhat different spelling: