LAC BAY VILLA
Kaminda Sorobon 39
Petra Pel your local villa contact
Tel: +599 782 1057
Lac Bay villa is located in a quiet and beautiful nature reserve on the south-east side of Bonaire. It is has the most stunning views over the turquoise waters of Lac Bay and is approx 3 minutes drive from Sorobon Beach and its windsurfing centres: Jibe City and Bonaire Windsurf Place, and East Coast diving which operates from the Fisherman's Pier. The town of Kralendijk is 15 minutes away with its restaurants, bars, shops and supermarkets.
Ideally suited for 4-8 persons Lac Bay Villa comprises four double bedrooms with air-conditioning, three bathrooms, a large gourmet kitchen and a huge living and dining area. Outside there is a spacious sun deck which by night provides an amazing platform for viewing the Milky Way and a myriad of stars. Underneath, it forms a shady veranda where you can sit for hours watching the ever changing colours of the Bay and the abundant wildlife which lives in and around the landscaped garden. Equipped with the latest technology, the Villa boasts free high speed internet, free WiFi access and an entertainment corner with Computer Screen, DVD, HDMI and a proper sound system.
The villa and bookings are managed by Petra Pel and you can contact her at or +599 782 1057 If you would like she is also able to help with windsurfing, dive and car hire packages.
If you are looking for something smaller to rent then Petra also manages Mangrove Casita #3 and #4, a 1-bedroom and a 2-bedroom unit virtually next door to the villa: www.mangrovecasita.com
Lac Bay, part of the Bonaire National Marine Park, is managed by STINAPA and plays such an important role in the ecology of the local marine life that it is registered by RAMSAR as "Wetlands of special significance". It is home to the Green Turtle, the Queen Conch and the Mangrove Tree all of which are globally recognised as Endangered Species.
Lac Bay offers windsurfing, paddleboarding, swimming, snorkelling, diving the other side of the reef and kayaking through the Mangroves.