Lots of aquatic life, plenty of fish and coral to view. The coral is bigge than other places I've been.
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About Bonaire National Marine Park
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Easy and relaxed shore diving on the West side or a bit more adventurous diving on the East side. One of the best conservated reef areas in the Carribean. Lion Fish are actively hunted and they are not as present on the reefs as a...More
Diving in Bonaire is as good as it gets. Crystal clear waters, minimal current, pristine sites with beautiful corals and lots of fish and animals to see.
Great diving and snorkeling from just about anyplace you can walk into the water...which is pretty much anywhere!
Our sixth visit it 15 years. We love and recommend diving here. Please, respect the reef and we have witnessed first hand where the coral is dying. The fish life is improving. Turtles, eels, spotted eagle rays are part of the excitement.
This park is fantastic for divers. It has been well protected for many decades. Expect to be able to demonstrate good bouancy control in order to receive the permit to dive. Checks are performed by the dive operators. Everyone cooperates with the Park Authority to...More
This park is remarkable in both its natural history and geological history. There are two driving paths you can take one is short through a cactus forest and the other is long and follows the coast with many historical stops along the way and various...More
We visited Bonaire 12 years ago, and it has taken us too long to come back. This is shore diving at its best! Every dive was great, with at least one highlight such as spotting an eagle ray, frogfish, schools of barracuda, etc. We have...More