Welcome to the wild side of Bonaire. East Coast Diving is a specialized boat diving operation on the famous east coast of Bonaire.
Our partner East Coast Diving will take you out for a different dive experience. Expect to see the most exciting marine life Bonaire has to offer, often including many large turtles, eagle rays, stingrays, green morays, large hermit crabs and more. Sometimes it feels like there is virtually no end to what you can see on the east side.
Bonaire has been well known for many years as the shore diving capital of the world. The geographical shape of the island creates natural protection on the west side against the constant eastern trade winds. This together with its shallow coral reefs make it a one of a kind dive destination – a true diver’s paradise – where “unlimited” shore diving is possible.
Nevertheless, the leeward side does not even cover half of the shoreline, which offers lots of sites yet to be discovered on the east side of the island, where the corals are untouched and marine life is abundant. Do you wonder how to get access to these pristine and remote spots, with the wind, waves and dramatic cliffs making it nearly impossible to enter from shore? You’ve just found your answer!
Are you ready to experience the east side of Bonaire like never before?
|Bonaire East Coast Diving||Per Person|
|Morning Dive (4 Hours, 2 Dives, Departs 7:45 AM)||$150|
|Afternoon Dive (4 Hours, 1 Dive, Departs 12:45 PM)||$85|
What does this include?
- East Coast Diving Divemaster
- Max 10 Divers (Min 4 Required)
- Water (Bring your VIP Water Bottle)
- Tanks (Air or Nitrox)
This does not include:
- Bonaire Visitor Entry Tax ($75)
- STINAPA Nature Fee ($40)
- Dive Gear Rental ($54)
- Mandatory Dive Computer ($15)
- Transportation to Sorobon