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About Bonaire

This “diver’s paradise” has set the standard for dive destinations around the world by implementing strict marine protection policies over 30 years ago and establishing one of the world’s first marine parks. Bonaire is also arguably the best shore diving destination in the world with over 60 dive sites hardly a stone’s throw from shore and over 80 in total including those surrounding the offshore deserted island of Klein Bonaire.

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Bonaire – Captain Don’s Habitat – July 2017
Caribbean, Bonaire

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$2,450.00

Bonaire Travel Information

This “diver’s paradise” has set the standard for dive destinations around the world by implementing strict marine protection policies over 30 years ago and establishing one of the world’s first marine parks. Bonaire is also arguably the best shore diving destination in the world with over 60 dive sites hardly a stone’s throw from shore and over 80 in total including those surrounding the offshore deserted island of Klein Bonaire.

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