Created by nmagann on June 25, 2001
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Bonaire is known for shore diving, but the wreck, boat and night diving were fantastic as well. Very ecologically sound the reefs, plants and animals of this island are protected. Hiking, windsurfing, kayaking, horseback riding and sightseeing are yet more options. The clarity of everything is unbelieveable.
Created by Dreamtime on November 1, 2000
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One of the most beautiful places I've ever been diving, the bright colors and the size of the coral are amazing!
Created by snorkel4u2 on June 12, 2006
Review of Black Durgon Inn.
Created by agilulfo on March 13, 2006
This was my first trip to Bonaire with my wife, definitely not the last!
Created by lotsatoysny on February 15, 2005
This was the best diving we've experienced so far. There were huge fish and lots of marine life. The southern tip is the lushest in marine life. The food was only okay. Rib Factory and Donna & Georgio's were great. I would definitely go back.
Created by palindromagico on October 20, 2004
Imagine being at the "Diver's paradise", where seeing barracudas at 20 meters distance is not uncommon. Where schools of thousands of little fish reflect the seemingly ever-long summer sun. A place where taking *anything* out of the seabed is considered a crime. That's Bonaire.
Created by KLynch on July 6, 2004
Return trip to snorkel in Bonaire and visit Curacao for first time. Stayed at Lion's Dive on both islands. (RCI on Bonaire.) Night snorkel from dock was a highlight - take underwater flashlight. Bonaire National Park is a great day trip. Snorkel at Klein Bonaire and shore locations.
Created by msdobbins on November 26, 2003
National Association of Black Scuba Divers Summit. Clubs from all over the world. Over 200 black divers converged on the quaint island of Bonaire to take care of association business and dive, dive, dive. It was great. The marine park is beautiful with plenty of fish, and shore diving is at will.
Created by Tami and Mike on June 12, 2003
We chose a one-week vacation to Bonaire because we've heard it is a great place to scuba dive.
Created by Nancy and Ted on June 3, 2003
Best shore snorkeling EVER! The Dutch protected the ABCs in the early 70s by banning fishing, anchoring, and the taking of shells and coral. Fish are bountiful, the coral vibrantly alive, but the beaches are just ground-down coral. Awesome! It was an arduous trip from San Diego, but well worth it.