is said to be one of the best scuba diving spots in the world, and
it didn't disappoint. It boasts clear blue waters, beautiful coral
reefs, and great visibility. The entire island as well as the neighboring
Klein Bonaire are encircled by pristine reefs.
big thing that has made the reefs at Bonaire so spectacular is the
strong emphasis on conservation. Touching or taking anything is
absolutely prohibited, and all dive boats tie onto established moorings.
course, above land, there is not much to do. It's basically a desert
island, flat and barren. For an island which depends on tourism,
the service was remarkably indifferent - not rude, but rarely doing
or saying anything beyond the minimum required.
our itinerary for details on our travels.
Plus, follow the paw prints to see photos from our trip: