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Delfins Beach Resort Bonaire

About 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 article on Destination Spotlight: Bonaire.

Delfins Beach Resort Bonaire Diving

Dive Friends Bonaire is the onsite scuba diving center. Dive Friends Bonaire has 8 locations around the island, which is great for tank drop offs and pickups. Above all, they dive from boats to some 50 sites around Bonaire and Klein Bonaire. While staying at Delfins Beach Resort Bonaire, keep in mind that on Wednesdays and Saturdays Dive Friends Bonaire dive trips go north. So, the rest of the time they go south or over to Klein Bonaire. Moreover, they have a fleet of boats available. So, they typically do 2 tank dives in the morning and one in the afternoon. They also do night dives and UV night dives for groups of 4 or more divers. In addition, September and October, they do coral spawning dives. Nitrox is available. So, when they go north, they may be gone for a while when diving around Washington Slagbaai National Park. However, their boats can zip over to Klein Bonaire in minutes. While staying at Delfins Beach Resort Bonaire, popular dive sites include those sites around Klein Bonaire, Alice in Wonderland, and the Hilma Hooker. Bonaire National Marine Park was established in 1979, and as a result, you'll see generations of local fish and marine life.

Attractions and Activities

The name of the restaurant at Delfins Beach Resort Bonaire is the Brass Boer. The restaurant is the creation of Dutch culinary geniuses, Jonnie and Thérèse Boer. They also exclusively import selected wines. Next to the restaurant is the beach bar, Club Tropicana, and the swimming pool. Did we mention that this is the largest pool on the island? Delfins Beach Resort Bonaire has two piers, one is for snorkeling around the house reef, and the other is for dive boats. On certain days, cruise ship guests may have a day pass here, but are typically gone before you return from a day of diving. All those that are visiting, enjoy the fact that the steady breeze generally keeps mosquitoes away naturally. The word Delfin means dolphin in old English, Spanish, German, and Hungarian, but we don't know if the word came from one of those languages or if it was because you are more likely to see dolphins swimming off shore here, as they make their almost daily circuit around the island. Perhaps the dolphins come here to view the weddings? It's hard to say.

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