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Why You'll Love Diving In Bonaire!

  • A perfect destination for a multi activity water sports holiday
  • A laid-back atmosphere for a relaxing holiday
  • The freedom to dive where, when and how you want at your own pace

Diving Holidays In Bonaire

Bonaire, and its small sister island Klein Bonaire, is one of three islands in the Caribbean making up the Dutch Antilles or ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao) and is one of the least tourist-developed and visited of the islands, yet both on land and under the sea, one of the most striking in the Caribbean. It is located just north of Venezuela, south of the hurricane belt offering a year round stable climate.

If you are looking for your first dive experience, Bonaire may be the perfect place for it. In the island has been established one of the firsts marine park in the Caribbean, so that you can enjoy diving surrounded by a wide variety of fish in a beautiful natural undersea world. This does not mean that Bonaire is only a place for beginners. But it is still a perfect destination for families, which can enjoy the environmental learning programs, guided group tours and sporting activities. In the favorite diving spot of the Caribbean.

Diving In Bonaire

The diving on Bonaire is a mixture of both boat dives to neighbouring Klein Bonaire (approx 20 minutes away) and shore diving. The Bonaire Marine Park has marked about 80 yellow stones around the shore line marking dive site entry points. All the dive centers offer drive through filling stations (car hire is a must) giving you complete freedom to dive the island with your buddy at your own pace - this is what attracts so many visitors to Bonaire, the freedom to dive where, when and how you want at your own pace. Of course guided dives are always available if you wish.
On our visit to the island we were quite amazed by the pristine condition of the reefs and must assume that this is due to the care that the Bonaire Marine Park pays to its reefs. Clear water provides visibility of 100 feet (30 metres) year-round, and the islanders and government are extremely sensitive to the fragility of the environment. The marine park completely surrounds the island and also encompasses the waters surrounding Klein Bonaire.

Diving Seasons In Bonaire

The tropical climate is enhanced by the northeast trade winds. Annual average temperature is 28 degrees Celsius and Water temperature 25-29 degrees Celsius. Bonaire diving season is year-round, with visibility in excess of 30 metres.

Things To Do In Bonaire

Approximately 50% of the annual visitors to Bonaire are drawn by the scuba diving but there are also many attractions for the non-divers. A number of activities are available, from hiking and sightseeing in the enormous Washington-Slagbaai National Park at the north-western end of the island to shopping, snorkelling and bird watching.

Bonaire is generally a very laid back resort and so there is no major nightlife. There are some nice restaurants, a couple of good bars but no nightclubs. Evenings are best spent over a good meal and a few drinks.

The Entry Requirements

All visitors must have a valid passport that does not expire for at least 6 month and return ticket. UK passport holder do not require a visa.

The Health Requirements

There are no compulsory inoculations if travelling from the UK but we recommend to check with your GP for the latest advice.

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Wow, found a piece of paradise in paradise! Bonaire Boutique Hotel is simply the best you can get. They have built this place like a little heaven on earth! Love it and will definitely come back here for all my future divetrips to Bonaire!


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