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Dive sites nearby

Corporal Meiss (37)

The dive site is named after Corporal Robert W. Meiss. It is a typical dive site like Bonaire has many. It is also a popular beach! So combine your dive with sun, sea, beach, snorkeling and a good BBQ.

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18th Palm

Unlike a lot of the shore dive locations on the island on Bonaire which have hard limestone entry points, 18 Palm is an easy sandy beach access point and two freshwater showers to rinse your gear at the end of your dive.

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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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Calabas Reef

Calabas Reef is the house reef for the popular Divi Flamingo Beach Resort and sits right out in front of it. A healthy reef system with lots of turtles, groupers and even a seahorse or two.

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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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Keepsake (F)

Keepsake is a nice dive site on Klein Bonaire that is suitable for every diver. It has a sandy bottom with hills and gullies. There is a beautiful drop-off of 12 meters.

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Bonaventura (G)

This spot starts off a bit boring, but once the dropoff starts it makes up for everything. There are numerous terraces at different depths, each with a different kind of life.

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Yellow Submarine

Enter next to the pier at Yellow Submarine and head straight out to the reef. Top of reef is around 6 meters, bottom is around 30 meters. Watch out for boat traffic.

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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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Something Special (32)

This dive site lives up to its name: Something Special because it is just that. An incredible amount of biodiversity calls this reef home; it’s filled with an incredible mixture of hard and soft corals. The sandy areas have discarded rubble that acts as a fantastic artificial reef.

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