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Bonaire East Coast Diving

#4 of 65 Tours in Kralendijk Features Animals
| Fisherman’s Pier, Kralendijk 1234 aa, Bonaire
+599 717 5211
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Great dives, fantastic staff -- of course!

I am a dive instructor who is on Bonaire with eight high school students - all new divers - from... read more

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ChrisDO2014
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Newtown, PA, USA
Amazing dives and fantastic staff!!

I was fortunate to join Bonaire East Coast Diving today for their morning two tank boat dive. I had... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lucia P
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Bonaire East Coast Diving is a specialized dive operation on the famous east side of Bonaire and we’ll be happy to share it with you. We’ll take you out for a different – better! – dive experience. Expect to see the most exciting creatures Bonaire has to offer, which you can hardly find on the leeward side of the island. Spotted eagle rays, stingrays, sharks, green moray eels, and lots of turtles are no exception on the east coast!
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| Fisherman’s Pier, Kralendijk 1234 aa, Bonaire
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+599 717 5211

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Reviewed yesterday

I am a dive instructor who is on Bonaire with eight high school students - all new divers - from the States. I've dived with East Coast Diving a number of times over the past five years. Because my students are all level-headed, focused, and...More

Thank ChrisDO2014
Reviewed 1 week ago

I was fortunate to join Bonaire East Coast Diving today for their morning two tank boat dive. I had a phenomenal experience and am already excited to go back for more!!! The boat was sparkling clean and provided more than enough space. No more than...More

Thank Lucia P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

In Feb 2017, we booked a morning trip to Funchi Reef and Turtle City. Excellent brief and guiding. Turtle City is up there as one of our best dives ever. We will certainly return.

Thank npi4019
Reviewed 5 May 2017 via mobile

I'm not a huge fan of boat dives with large groups so this was a nice change. I think only 9 divers on the boat, all with a fair amount of experience. This is a very professionally run operation. I say this with good reason....More

Thank LizaSzelkowksi
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Went for an east coast dive with this company, very professional and safe, went to Turtle City, saw lots of green turtles, can be a rough ride only accessible on certain days, top level safety orientated guides. Spectacular diving tough access

Thank Dave G
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

What a great experience!! Enjoyed diving with these guys on my April 2017 trip to Bonaire. The East Coast Diving team is so organized and clearly laid out the logistics of how the days event will take place. Great briefings were provided on what we...More

Thank rosaliej430
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

Looking for a dive experience you cannot find anywhere else? Searching for an adrenaline rush and a world class scuba adventure? This. Is. It. Truly. I've been around the world diving from Fiji to Cozumel and I've never experienced a more well-oiled/tight ship operation as...More

Thank cfuller22
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

Very professional operators. The longest dive briefing I have had to endure on 4 continents in 35+ years of diving. The briefing was right on and made then whole dive that much more enjoyable. There is a lot to see on the East coast of...More

Thank Christopher L
Reviewed 3 April 2017

Well done, Bonaire East Coast Diving. We enjoyed the experience and will highly recommend you. The service was professional and caring, we liked the way you showed concern for all, no matter newbie or pro diver. The captain did a great job steering through the...More

Thank Tony-deWit
Reviewed 3 April 2017 via mobile

Five of us decided to try diving on the windward side of the island. Bonaire east coast divers was recommended by our hotel, great recommendation. This operator is thorough and safe. The divemasters know there stuff. Yes you get bigger seas on the east side...More

Thank Dave G
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andrie2017
Hello! My boyfriend and I are about to make our 4th trip in 4 years to Bonaire next week, so obviously we LOVE it. My question is- what makes diving with Bonaire East Coast Diving different? Obviously the dive sites are different, but in terms of what you see on the dives, what sets this coast apart? As per the usual, we've booked unlimited shore diving and are having a hard time justifying the extra $$ on booking more dives. Aside from their obviously great service (based on the raving reviews!), what sets the diving apart on the east coast vs. shore diving on the west coast? Thanks in advance!
10 May 2017|
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Response from Frederick B | Property representative |
Hi! It is hard to promise anything, after all, it is the ocean, not the zoo 😉. But on an average morning two tank dive like today, we saw a few eagle rays, stingrays, moray eels and lobster as well as at least 30 turtles... More
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William L
We are planning a dive trip in April or May next year. Can you recommend a one bedroom condo with two beds where you can pick us up (dive boat or car)? We are both DM. Thanks - William Lovell
25 October 2016|
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Response from Pam L | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I just got this. I have been very happy with Sand Dollar condos. I love the reef (Bari) and the dive shop ( Dive Friends.) There is also security which is pretty important. I have stayed there 5 times for a total of 9... More
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