Bonaire diving review
One of the world’s best Caribbean destinations, with pristine reefs and abundant marine life. The waters are protected and the diving here is a pleasure, whether you’re a beginner or an advanced certified diver.
There are a variety of dive sites in Bonaire that are accessible by boat or shore. The water is clear of silt and calm, making it a great destination for underwater photography.
Diving in Bonaire is safe and fun, with plenty of excellent dive operators and lots of places to rent tanks or book your boat dives. It’s also a good place to take a refresher course or complete your open water certification, as the warm water and protected areas make it a comfortable location for advance training.
Unmarked Bonaire Dive Sites
If you’re looking for a little more adventure, Bonaire has many unmarked dive sites that are peppered throughout the north, south and east of the island. These remote locations offer a chance to explore some of the most stunning, exotic and fascinating scuba diving locations on Bonaire.
If you are a fan of colorful sea horses, Bonaire is the perfect place to see them in their natural habitat. Their striped coats and tube-like mouths are striking, and the way they swim and move is quite mesmerizing.
The Hilma Hooker Wreck
If you’re looking for something a little different, the 235-foot Hilma Hooker wreck is the place to go! It’s a steel hulled freighter with a shady past. As long as the water is calm, it’s possible to snorkel out to one of the ship’s three buoys and then drop down on the wreck.