Although we are primarily a teaching facility, we open up our accommodations to visiting scientist and faculty-led groups. Please contact our facilities manager for more information.
General info about Bonaire
All waters surrounding Bonaire and a fair amount of (wet)lands fall under the protection of STINAPA. Please note, that visitors who are planning to do collection or research will need to obtain permission from the Bonaire Department of Nature.
A $25 park tag is required for everyone setting foot in the Bonaire Marine Park.
Click here for more information about doing research in Bonaire.
Our residence hall is a campus style building, with seven bedrooms that sleep between two and six people. Every bedroom has it’s own private bathroom. Kitchen, lounge area, front and back porch, dive locker, laundry and a large rinsing and drying area are shared with other guests. Clean sheets and towels will be provided at the beginning of your stay, but janitorial services are not provided, and guests are required to keep the residence hall neat and clean.
Meals can be provided by our caterer, please contact us for more information and prices.
Click here for information about our Residence Hall, or download our visitors handbook.
Our laboratory has sixteen workstations, and is equipped with compound and dissecting microscopes. Other equipment available for use is listed in our visitor handbook.
Click here for more information about our laboratory.
Our large classroom can seat up to sixty people, but can also be divided in two smaller classrooms. Classrooms have several whiteboards and an epson or toshiba projector. Contact us for more information about the use of our classroom.