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Join us for a Caribbean adventure in Bonaire, November 18th-27th

Picture Bonaire as you approach it for the first time. Untouched white beaches surrounded by a shimmering turquoise sea, with tropical palm trees gently swaying in the trade winds. It’s a sight nearly unchanged since privateers ruled these waters three centuries ago.

Bonaire is a Caribbean Island east of Central America and north of Venezuela. The island is part of the ABC Islands together with Aruba and Curaçao. It is a flat, river-less island renowned for its dive spots. Its tropical climate is moderated by constant trade winds from the Atlantic Ocean but the temperature is almost constant at about 27 degrees Celsius.

Bonaire is perfect for divers and snorkelers who want to immerse themselves in the vibrant world under the sea. The beauty of Bonaire is that the coral reef, designated a national park, is just a few feet from the shoreline. Dozens of exceptional dive sites are easily accessible from the shore and teeming with life, making this island a diver’s paradise.

Our accommodation will be at Grand Windsock Bonaire The resort consists of luxury private villas and apartments. As soon as you step out the door of your holiday residence you can immediately enjoy the large swimming pool of the resort, the tropical garden and the beach club. Welcome to Bonaire!

We are planning a relaxed trip with at least two shore dives per day and always the option for a night dive too. We will be self-drive around the island so have the freedom to choose when and where we dive in the beautiful marine park. Bonaire National Marine Park is the island’s star attraction, a unique and precious resource that allows divers and snorkelers to explore miles of pristine coral reef. The protected area covers the entire coast of the island, including Klein Bonaire ( (Dutch for “Little Bonaire” is a small uninhabited islet off the west coast , to a depth of (60m).


Between the two islands there are now more than 100 named dive sites, many of which are accessible from the shore. Look for the painted yellow rocks. (There aren’t really 1,000 steps down to the dive site, just 67!)

Price £800


Not included

Minimum qualification for this trip is PADI Advanced Open Water ( The trip is a great opportunity to complete your Advanced qualification and a range of speciality dives will also be available during the week)

This trip is restricted to 10 divers only. To confirm your place at the current price please let us know no later than Friday 3rd of March. 

Please note individuals are responsible for booking their own flights 

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