East Coast Diving

East coast shore diving

Due to the constant trade-wind, the East Coast of Bonaire is known as the wild side of the island.  The ‘wild side’ offers true diving adventure including the most amazing marine life such as sea turtles, lobsters, eagle rays, sting rays, manta rays, ocean and queen triggerfish, groupers, snappers, green morays and even sharks! Besides that, untouched corals, sea fans a-plenty and interesting topography make the East Coast famous for its beautiful dive sites.

Cost per person: $65 for 1 dive, $100 for 2 dives, groups of 3 or more receive a 10% discount

We provide fruit and water. Equipment, Cylinders, Gases, and Transportation are NOT Included.

Lac Cai DPV Diving

Dive the East Coast in a totally different way. With Lac Cai being as big as it is, it is hard to see its entirety on a conventional single tank dive. Also, the currents in the channel coming back in usually make for a tiring swim. Diving it with a DPV eliminates these problems while adding a whole lot of fun.

Cost per person: $125. Groups of 3 or more receive a 10% discount.
Includes DPV, water, and fruit for after the dive. Does not include dive gear, gas fills, or transportation. Must be certified as a DPV diver, if not please refer to our SDI DPV Specialty.

East coast boat diving

For boat diving on the East Coast, we partner with Bonaire East Coast Diving. They typically offer two dives in the morning and one dive in the afternoon. Their Zodiac is a custom-built military RIB equipped with all the necessary safety gear. A Divemaster from Bonaire East Coast Diving, who is familiar with the reefs, will conduct a thorough briefing and join you on these dives. Availability on the boat depends on the number of divers, the weather, and sea conditions. Contact us to book your trip.

Cost: $130 for morning 2 tank dive and $75 for afternoon 1 tank dive

“Amazing dive on the east coast. The assistance getting ‘ in’ and especially ‘out’ was greatly appreciated. You two have some serious skills and were ever so mindful of the safety of all of the divers – much appreciated!!!”
– Kristi M.

Cause we're probably underwater.