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Angel City (44)

Angel city is an amazing double reef that runs parallel to the coast. It starts after a flat section at a depth of 5 meters and the first reef extends at about 18 meters. Then up to get to the next rift till 9 meters. The reefs are not far apart, allowing you to dive in an environment surrounded by reefs.

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Hilma Hooker (Wreck) (43)

The Hilma Hooker is a 236-foot Dutch freighter that has a long and varied history including being used as a drug runner. It sunk just offshore in 1984 and is now the most popular wreck dive on Bonaire.

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The Lake (42)

’The Lake’ is actually an ocean dive site accessible by shore and consists of a beautiful double reef. The first reef is shallower than the second reef and they are separated by a long sand strip.

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Aquarius (46)

Aquarius is a beautiful double reef. Please note, the 2nd reef is quite deep and requires a bit of a swim, so keep a close eye on your air supply. It is a bit of a swim to the first drop off, while you look at the beautiful corals.

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Salt Pier

Active pier for loading salt from the salt works on the island of Bonaire. It can only be dived when no ship is moored, and no maintenance is being performed.

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Sara’s Smile

Sara’s Smile is the house reef of Belmar Private Oceanfront Apartments, so if you dive from the shore you need permission. A nice reef and after the dive you will certainly emerge with a “smile“.

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Salt City (50)

Salt City is the first place past the famous salt pier. It is a double reef as is often found on Bonaire. The reef is a nice change of sand and coral.

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Invisibles (51)

An easily accessible shore dive with a double reef feature. The first reef is shallow and great for beginning divers and snorkelers. The second reef is a bit deeper and separated by a long, skinny sand flat.

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Bachelor Beach (38)

Another great shore dive in Bonaire, especially nice for photographers due to the sheer diversity of marine life found here. You’ll be greeted underwater first by a sandy plateau and the reef starts just a bit further out.

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Tori’s Reef (52)

The reef is located at a passage to the salt pans and is therefore easy to reach. Take a good look around along the way, there is a huge variety of fish on this reef!

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