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Dive sites nearby

Oil Slick Leap (20)

This dive site is an easily accessible shore dive right outside of the downtown area. There is a latter for easy entry and exit from the water. An extremely easy dive site to navigate and great for all levels of divers.

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Andrea II (22)

An easily accessible shore dive location with areas of shade and parking not far from the entry point. This is a large dive site so it never feels crowded here.

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Kalli’s Reef (19)

Kalli’s Reef is a site for boat diving. You can get there from the shore, although getting into the water is not easy. You leave the water in the middle of the adjacent dive site

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Andrea I (23)

Just down the beach from its sister site, the Andrea II, the Andrea I is most well known for its beautiful coral formations from the plate coral that call this reef home. Easily accessible from shore, this is a shallow reef dive and great for snorkeling and beginning divers.

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Jeff Davis Memorial (18)

This dive site is located at the beginning of the northern route and is named after diving physician Jefferson C. Davis who died here. Note the large step down.

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Weber’s Joy (17)

Located at the “Witch’s Hut“. Good parking and easy entry from a stone path and across a sandy beach. Well sheltered. Great macro site. Lots of sponges.

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Petrie’s Pillar (24)

This spot owes its name to the pillar that Captain Don named after a friend as a wedding gift. The divesite looks very much like Andre I and Andrea II.

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Small Wall (25)

Small wall owes its name to the small wall, which runs from approximately 12 to 24 meters and is located 25 meters from the coast. It is an extremely colorful spot, often visited by photographers. Please note, this site can only be reached from the water because the entrance is from private property.

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Thousand Steps (16)

Thousand Steps is one of the most famous dive sites in all of Bonaire. Parking for this site is at the top of a cliff where you descend down 67 stairs with your gear on to access the beach. The long set of steps is where this site gets its name. A beautiful dive location.

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Bon Bini na Kas (15)

This spot is only accessible by boat and the translation from Papiamentu is welcome home. It is a beautifully situated reef that is worth it both shallow and deep.

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