Bonaire diving is now easier than ever, especially on the East Coast! Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean is better known as 'Diver's Paradise' and for the 9th consecutive year, it was voted #1 Top Overall Diving in Scuba Diving magazine’s Readers’ Choice Awards 2011. Bonaire received first place in three other Caribbean/Atlantic categories: Top Health of Marine Environment, Top Macro Life and Top Shore Diving, and also received second place in seven other Caribbean/Atlantic categories: Overall Destination, Value for Diving Dollar, Beginner Diving, Snorkeling, Visibility, Marine Life and Underwater Photography.
Bonaire East Coast Diving is the only specialized diving operation on the famous East Coast of Bonaire and we're happy to take you there for a different - better! - diving experience. Expect to see all the exciting creatures you will not see on the other divesites, like Spotted Eagle Rays, Sharks, Green Moray Eels and lots of turtles. And do not forget to take a good look at the pristine coral formations that cannot be found anywhere else on Bonaire!
Bonaire East Coast Diving is the only owner of a boat especially designed for the East Coast of Bonaire. The Zodiac Hurricane 920 is a powerful RIB, powered by two 225 hp Yamaha four stroke engines, equipped with all the necessary safety gear. It can accommodate 10 passengers, therefore it is required to make a reservation in advance. We do daily excursions: a two-tank dive in the morning and - upon request - a one-tank dive in the afternoon. We visit a growing number of dive sites on the East and North Coast of Bonaire. If you'd like to do something really special, just ask our captain!
Our staff has three years of experience on the East Coast of Bonaire. While safety always comes first, they'll do almost everything to make sure your dive on the East Coast is both fun and unforgettable.
Make your reservation right now and experience a unique diving adventure on the East Coast of Bonaire!
NEW: 360° photo of the White Hole, with tarpon
NEW: 360° photo of the White Hole
Click on one of the images above to view our NEW 360° photos of the White Hole (photos made by Bonaire Panoramas)
Click on this image above to view the 360° photo of the Funchie's Reef (photo made by Bonaire Panoramas)
We see conch on almost every dive on the East Coast, but we are aware of the diminishing population, so we gladly support the Adopt a Conch! program. The Adopt a Conch! program is developed to advance and support the ongoing Queen Conch Restoration project. They aim to provide practical tools to both increase the Conch awareness with Lac Bay/Bonaire visitors and protect the Conch from accidental damage and poaching.