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It is the best beach on Bonaire. It’s breezy, white sand, and remote. You need to bring your own food and drinks, although the boat sells drinks, there is nothing to buy once on the island. Also very little shade, so great for sun tanning,...More
We took the water taxi to Klein Bonaire. We were allowed to hurry off the boat to leave our towel and bags on the beach and then jump back on the boat. We were then dropped off at the other end of the island and...More
My wife and I took the Samur Sail, Beach & Snorkel excursion to Klein through our cruise ship (Celebrity). The beach is beautiful. As mentioned in other reviews there are no services or amenities. Bring what you need. I did the drift snorkeling which was...More
We loved our day at Klein Bonaire, from the fantastic crew on the water taxi, so much fun, beers 2 for $5 :) Mask rentals available on board too. We took a cooler with food and drink, our snorkeling gear and sunscreen. There are two...More
There are several companies that provide the water taxi to get out to Klein Bonaire to snorkel. Two of the places are near the center of town on the water practically next to each other, offset by 15 minutes. We missed the times and then...More
Hi, the Water Taxi just drops you off on the beach with a gangway type ramp and pulls up beside jetty where you leave and return to. We simply booked on the day and it wasn't that popular with the cruise ships. I think we... More
Hi, the Water Taxi just drops you off on the beach with a gangway type ramp and pulls up beside jetty where you leave and return to. We simply booked on the day and it wasn't that popular with the cruise ships. I think we were in port with about two others, and we were on Celebrity with has about 2,500 guests.
We didn't book in advance, just on the day as we don't do Ship Tours, just our own stuff.
To snorkel you simply walk up the beach to a marker, walk in off the beach and swim back to where you started. Effectively about 20 meters off shore is a drop off and you snorkel parallel to beach along the drop off. By drop off, probably no more than 3-4 meters.
Heading back you simply grab the next water taxi back with your return ticket.