Sorobon Beach is the only nudist beach on the island of Bonaire, and it is located on the eastern side near Lac Bay. An offshore reef protects the bay on which this beautiful beach sits, and it keeps the shallow waters calm. In addition to being ideal for swimming, the relatively calm waters at Sorobon Beach are also ideal for snorkeling, and visitors can enjoy a number of other fun watersports activities. If you want to take advantage of everything that this nudist beach in Bonaire beach has to offer, you'll have to book a stay at the Sorobon Beach Resort (pictured). Also known as the Sorobon Beach Club, this family-friendly nudist resort has just 30 guest units, so booking ahead is a good idea.
The guest units at the Sorobon Beach Resort aren't luxurious, though they offer everything that you will likely need to enjoy a pleasant, distraction-free getaway. Air conditioning figures among the standard amenities in the guest units, and you'll have your own kitchen facilities. Other amenities that you can expect to enjoy in your room at the Sorobon Beach Resort include a private terrace with sea views and a safe for any valuables that you wish to protect. When you're not relaxing in your room or spending time at the beach during your stay at the resort, you can check out the onsite library, get a massage, enjoy some yoga classes, or get something to eat at the casual restaurant. You can also rent a car and venture off to any number of destinations, such as the town of Rincon.
Due to its liberal aspect, Sorobon Beach isn't for everyone. That being said, if you're looking for a nudist beach in Bonaire, it's the only option. The Sorobon Beach Resort is all about fun and relaxation, and it can serve as an excellent Bonaire base. Should you prefer a non-nudist resort, the Divi Flamingo offers relatively affordable rooms, not to mention a good beachfront location near the charming capital of Kralendijk. As for another beach that you might keep in mind during your Bonaire visit, Pink Beach deserves special recognition, partly because of its pinkish sand.