7 Nights w/breakfast & dinner included
6 Boat Dives
Unlimited Shore Diving
1 Truck per room
Join us in the Shore Diving Capitol of the world.
Bonaire is a Caribbean Island east of Central America and north of Venezuela. The island is part of the ABC Islands together with Aruba and Curacao. It is a flat, riverless island renowned for its dive spots. Its tropical climate is moderated by constant trade winds from the Atlantic Ocean. The temperature is almost constant at about 81 degrees.
Bonaire has worked hard at protecting their reefs and were one of the pioneers to install permanent moorings. It is not just the healthy reefs that attract divers year after year. Bonaire offers diving freedom that can't be found elsewhere in the Caribbean. Almost all of Bonaire's dive sites can be done from shore, allowing you the unique opportunity to dive the same spot as often as you like. There are a large number of dive sites, which means crowds are generally not an issue.
Bonaire is not typically known for its larger creatures but there is plenty to keep you occupied with your wide angle lens. Large sponges and sea-fans dominate the reef scape and the salt pier has excellent wide angle opportunities. There are a few shipwrecks and large tarpon are quite common as well as turtles, barracudas and few decent size groupers. You can often find tarpon on night dives using the lights to hunt.
For macro and midrange subjects you'll have plenty to choose from. Angel fish, butterfly fish, seahorses, crabs and shrimp are just a few of the many subjects that you can find. Eels are very common, as are spotted drums, peacock flounders, octopus and fire worms. Lettuce slug nudibranchs and flamingo tongue cowries are two of the best macro subjects.
p/p dbl occupancy
ONLY $250 Holds your spot.
All Payments are non-refundable. We highly recommend purchasing trip insurance
does not include: additional hotel nights/activities/meals, airfare, National Marine Park Fee, or Gratuity.
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