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Caribbean Club Bonaire

About Caribbean Club Bonaire

Caribbean Club Bonaire is located just north of the town of Kralendijk in Bonaire. Or as the locals say, located on the foothills in the middle of nature. They have 39 scuba diving units with private bathrooms, air conditioning, and kitchens. The studios have smaller kitchens, Deluxe 2-bedroom cottages have larger kitchens, and the subject of cooking never seems to be the main topic at the Honeymoon cottage, perhaps it’s because of the onsite restaurant. Enjoy our blog article on Destination Spotlight: Bonaire.

Caribbean Club Bonaire Diving

The house reef is Oil Slick Leap. It’s a popular boat scuba diving site and has a nice coral reef. It’s located 150 meters down the hill from the resort. They say that when the roads used to be slick from rain, and the brakes were worn out, this is where the trucks long ago would leap into the ocean, but we don't know for sure. We do know that at Caribbean Club Bonaire you have a choice of using the metal ladder or you can do a giant stride to have a perfect entrance to a shore dive. Buddy Dive has an onsite dive shop. You can purchase or rent gear or pick up an air or nitrox tank here. You can also sign up for a boat dive or request dive instruction. The boat picks up divers at Buddy Dive Resort as there is neither dock nor pier here.

Attractions and Activities

There are 2 pools here: 1 is a mineral pool. This way, at Caribbean Club Bonaire, you can stay healthy and alive with the healing properties of the Dead Sea. So, breakfast is buffet style. The restaurant serves light salads and heavy burgers for lunch, and dinner is a la carte with herbs and vegetable from their own greenery. The bar by the pool also serves snacks as well as adult drinks that pair well with lounge chairs. Sunday night is the BBQ buffet, and Wednesday is Krioya Night. So be sure and make reservations at Caribbean Club Bonaire for these events. If you are in to birding, keep a spy glass out for yellow shouldered parrots, pink flamingos, grey pelicans and lots of humming birds. You can also go kayaking, snorkeling, biking, caving, windsurfing, or try counting iguanas, or visit the donkey reserve.

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