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Bonaire beckons visitors to share warm year round sunshine and a tranquil lifestyle. And the island life is truly unhurried, uncrowded and peaceful. Many experienced scuba divers consider Bonaire to be one of the most consistently spectacular dive destinations in the world. And for good reason, as there are almost no "non-diving" days in Bonaire, and that goes for night diving, too.
Diving Highlights: Visibility averages 100 feet and Bonaire's reefs enjoy the highest diversity of reef fish in the Caribbean. In addition to over 350 different species of reef fish you may see hawksbill and green sea turtles, rays, tarpon, reef sharks, seahorses, frogfish, and even the occasional whaleshark. Bonaire's extensive reef system also hosts a prolific number of both soft and hard corals and sponges.
Bonaire Weather: The northeast trade winds are constant year-round. Located well south of the hurricane belt and out of harm's way, the island enjoys ideal weather with less than 20 feet of annual rainfall. Sunny skies and cool breezes are the norm.
Average Bonaire Air Temperature:
Day: 82° F Night: 75° F
Bonaire Water Temperature:
78° - 84° F
|Sheri Ann Richerson|