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Great visibility, abundant fish life and steady temperature all year round make it a diver’s choice destination.
The majority of the diving takes place on the leeward side of the island form Karpata in the north to the slave huts in the south. Most of the reefs can be accessed from a boat and there are mooring balls (yellow) throughout the island. The mooring balls are placed so that the bow of your vessel points toward the shore and your aft hangs over the reef line.
The numerous dive shops in Bonaire caterer for all snorkelling and diving needs; you can book a dive excursion, rent a full kit of equipment or simply get tanks filled.
There is very little natural sandy beach area in Bonaire. The shoreline is rocky with a combination of crushed coral and rock.