This is really a must see in bonaire! Everything you could ask for and well worth the money! The tag is good for a year and is 10 per person/ I think 20 for scuba divers.
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About Bonaire National Marine Park
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Bonaire needs to be on everyone's bucket list ... the variety of sea creatures available for viewing in warm water, so clear you can see 40-60 feet easily is alone worthy of a visit. The national park, has in place buoy-moorings which you can attach...More
Unless you are snorkeling or diving, there is nit much to do in Bonaire. Easiest snorkling I have ever experienced.
What everyone needs to see in Bonaire. You must pay 25 dollars, but it is worth far more than that to see the pristine waters of Bonaire. Whether snorkeling or diving, the reefs of Bonaire are truly remarkable. We have been to reefs all over...More
Bonaire stands out for its excellent protection of its beautiful reefs thanks to Don Stewart's initiative from the early 1960's on onward. Great, easy scuba diving and snorkeling from the shore of the main island and from smaller Klein Bonaire. No anchors. Mooring buoys for...More
We rented a small truck (don't do a scooter or car) and drove the entire park stopping at various places. You'll get to walk up to crashing waves on the North and gentle snorkel beaches on the West. See history mixed in. Take everything you...More
The dirt roads are an interesting drive in the truck we rented. Well signed route and interesting features to visit. We scuba dived one of the bays which was beautiful and very peaceful - we had it to ourselves.