Scuba Diving in Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba
Although Bonaire is famous for its shore diving, we have many hidden wonders that can only be enjoyed by boat. We go to Klein Bonaire five days a week, but on Wednesdays and Saturdays we head to the north only visiting sites that cannot be accessed by shore.
Klein Bonaire is the flat, small, uninhabited island off the central west coast of Bonaire that is a paradise for divers. Diving on Klein Bonaire offers a great opportunity to see turtles, since this island is now a reserve and a sea turtle hatchery.
The Northern dive sites are covered in beautiful coral gardens jutting up against sheer cliff walls.
Daily two tank boat dive 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.
Afternoon 1 tank boat dive on request (2:30 – 5:00 pm).
Hour long dives with in-water guide.
4 comfortable dive boats with places for shade or sun.
Fresh cold drinking water with eco-friendly reusable cups.
Emergency oxygen, first-aid and spare equipment on board.
Note: As an eco-friendly dive shop our boats only leave with minimum of 4 divers.
Who's It For?No Certification Required
Dive Friends Bonaire @ Courtyard Marriott Located within the new Courtyard by Marriott premises, you will find our brand-new dive shop! Everyone is welcome! Come in to check-out the dive retail or just drive-through to pick up your dive tanks. If you are staying at the hotel, you can also: Check in (don’t forget your certification cards!) Attend a Bonaire Marine Park orientation Rent dive equipment Pick up and drop off air or nitrox tanks Rinse off your gear (and yourself, too!) Store your equipment overnight Head out on our two tank morning boat dive Sign up for dive training Sign up for a boat dive Shop for dive accessories and souvenirs Enjoy a hot coffee or a cold drink Meet local divers
From USD 90 / Packages
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