Belmar Bonaire Oceanfront Apartments
Belmar Bonaire Oceanfront Apartments are located south of Kralendjik in the town of Belnem on the island of Bonaire. This is an intimate boutique oceanfront scuba diving resort with 22 accommodations. All spacious 1-3 bedroom apartments come with private bathrooms, air conditioning, and full kitchens. Second floor rooms have balconies and first floor rooms have patios from which you can walk right...More Resort Details
Buddy Dive Resort
Buddy Dive Resort is located on the popular scuba diving island of Bonaire in the Caribbean ocean. The islands' closest neighbors are Aruba and Curacao. With divers in mind, they designed 11 modern buildings with 1,2,or 3 bedroom apartments and 1 bedroom studios. As a result, the apartments have full kitchens, bathrooms with showers, furnished living areas, and large balconies or patios. The studi...More Resort Details
Captain Don's Habitat
Eco-friendly Captain Don's Habitat on Bonaire is an oceanfront resort for scuba diving. It was founded in 1976 by the legendary Captain Don Stewart. He was a pioneer of ocean conservation and that spirit continues at this well known dive resort. Accommodations are nestled in lush tropical landscaping. They range from ocean front/view rooms to 1, 2, and 3 bedroom bungalows to ocean view villa...More Resort Details
Delfins Beach Resort Bonaire
Delfins Beach Resort Bonaire is ideally located at Punt Vierkant in Bonaire. The scuba diving resort has 84 accommodations that range from studios, 1-2-bedroom apartments, 3-bedroom Penthouse, or 6-8 person Villas. The units may have kitchenettes or up to full kitchens and living rooms and may be one story or 2 story units. Each unit has TV, WiFi Available, and air conditioning. Enjoy our blog art...More Resort Details
Divi Flamingo Beach Resort & Casino
Divi Flamingo Beach Resort & Casino offers 129 rooms in several styles on Bonaire Island in the Caribbean. The scuba diving resort is a five minute walk to downtown Kralendijk. The casino is onsite. The resort has two pools, two restaurants, and too many lounge chairs for one person to count. Both their dive boats as well as their accommodations are wheelchair accessible. Enjoy our blog articl...More Resort Details
Eden Beach Resort Bonaire
Eden Beach Resort Bonaire is a scuba diving resort located on Bonaire in the Dutch Antilles. So, their front porch is right by Bari Reef. They have 55 rooms that range from Standard hotel rooms, Superior hotel rooms, Studios with or without terraces, King bed Studios with balconies, and 2 Bedroom Apartments. The Studios and Apartments are fully equipped with kitchens. All units have air conditio...More Resort Details
Harbour Village Bonaire
Harbour Village Bonaire is a scuba diving luxury resort located in Bonaire in the Dutch Antilles just north of Venezuela and close to Curacao and Aruba in the Caribbean Sea. The resort has 42 rooms and is adjacent to the Beach Club and Harbor Village Marina. So, they have 1-bedroom suites all the way up to the Admiral Suite. Moreover, they have marine view rooms and courtyard view rooms. Above all...More Resort Details
Plaza Beach & Dive Resort Bonaire
Plaza Beach & Dive Resort Bonaire is located on the island of Bonaire in the Caribbean Seas just east of Aruba and Curacao, and north of Venezuela. So, this scuba diving resort is just north of the airport and a 15-minute walk to downtown Kralendijk. The all-inclusive resort has 126 spaciously large rooms that range from Junior Suite Laguna, Junior Suite Poolside, Grand Suite Laguna, and G...More Resort Details
Sand Dollar Condominiums
Scuba Diving in Bonaire? Sand Dollar Condominiums are located 2 miles north of Kralendjik. They have onsite management and 7 buildings with 65 units from studios to 3-bedroom units. So, they offer private porches and balconies facing the ocean. Most units offer kitchens, breakfast bars and stool, with free flow breeze through the dining and living area. Lastly, the bedrooms typically come with e...More Resort Details
Climate: Sunshine year-round with great air temperatures at 28°C / 84°F in the winter (Dec. to Mar.) and 31°C / 89°C in the summer (Apr. – Nov.)
Water Temperature: 25 – 29°C / 78 – 84°F
Time: UTC -5:00 (ET)
Language: Dutch is the official language. Local Papiamentu, English and Spanish are widely spoken.
Currency: NA Florin or Guilder. Travelers checks, credit cards and the US Dollar also accepted everywhere.
Electricity: 127 Volts. U.S. appliances will work; converters are available at some hotels.
Marriage Requirements: Please contact the local tourism board for instructions and requirements.
Airport(s): Flamingo International Airport (BON)
Hyperbaric Chamber: Foundation Recompression Chamber Bonaire
BONAIRE CONTINUALLY DOMINATES SCUBA DIVING MAGAZINE’S READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS
**Bonaire Excels With Multiple Awards Including #1 Top Overall Diving in the Caribbean/Atlantic** The island of Bonaire has repeatedly swept top honors receiving more #1 Ratings than any other destination in the Caribbean, while continuing its reign as one of the world’s top dive destinations. Among the multiple awards received are: Top Health of Marine Environment, Top Macro Life and Top Shore Diving, Overall Destination, Value for Diving Dollar, Beginner Diving, Snorkeling, Visibility, Marine Life and Underwater Photography.
Destination Spotlight: Bonaire
Just 50 miles north of Venezuela and about 38 miles east of Curacao, lies a 24-mile long island with some of most beautiful and well protected dive sites in the world. We're talking about Bonaire, of course. And if you haven't experienced it for yourself just yet, this post might be the nudge you've been waiting for!
We've got the skinny on real 24/7 diving (we knew you'd love that), exquisi...Read Blog
Picture Yourself in Bonaire!
The growth of digital photography has changed everything, especially for recreational scuba divers (and Kodak shareholders). Seems like just a few years ago, underwater photography was a luxury. It cost a lot of money. The equipment was big and bulky. And, most photographers relied on trial and error when shooting print or slide film making it rather cumbersome to capture shots worth kee...Read Blog
Why QiGong On Bonaire?
Why QiGong On Bonaire?
How do you define wellness? How is it beneficial to all we do? Do you practice it?
We support all efforts to help divers enhance their skills and enjoy every underwater experience. But in our opinion, the most important factor is being healthy as this alone allows you to continue diving. So to assist your diving longevity and capability, we want to acquaint you with...Read Blog
5 Must-Go Dive Deals
Divers don't need added reasons to go diving, but these five specially-priced dive deals provide even more compelling incentives for why you must go.
Little Cayman Beach Resort, Cayman Islands
7 nights pool view room, 3 meals daily, 2 drinks nightly and 17 boat dives, $1,340 pp.
Why you should go - Dive one of the world's best dive sites, Bloody Bay Wall, and the resort is consistently rat...Read Blog
Anxiously Awaiting Your Next Dive?
Anxiously Awaiting Your Next Dive?
If you dive less than 7 to 14 times a year you might want to take a refresher course before you go on your next big vacation or scuba dive adventure. You have either read something like this in your introductory scuba course, a dive magazine, or heard it down at a local dive shop. The reason is simple, if you practice diving on a regular basis, yo...Read Blog
Maduro Dive at Captain Don's Habitat for Wounded Warriors
One week out of the year, Bonaire welcomes a group of Wounded Warriors to their beautiful paradise. From August 18-25th wounded veterans and their significant others come to Bonaire to complete their final step in obtaining their dive certifications and, of course, enjoy the natural beauty Bonaire has to offer.
Who's responsible for this great event?
Diving Equipment & Marketing Assoc...Read Blog