On this dive site on the southwest corner of Klein Bonaire is no beach and you cannot get to the shore by boat. Underwater visibility is often very good here and the reef is healthy by the flow running around the corner of the island. Keep an eye on the current.
You can make beautiful pictures here because of the many underwater life, beautiful light and good visibility. The shallow plateau is overgrown and here you will find many living creatures. Therefore, this also is a wonderful location for snorkelers. The buoy is 23 feet deep, the drop off is at 33 feet.
The best depth of this reef is between 33 and 52 feet because of the wide variety of corals and many fish species. You can also see turtles, even a loggerhead turtle is seen here. At this reef you will also find banded coral shrimp near the cleaning stations.
Do you want to visit Southwest Corner? In Bonaire Dive Guide you can find more information and detailed directions. Convenient, as many dive sites on the north coast are off road and hard to find. The guide is also practical as a reference and safe: leaving your mobile phone in the car during a dive is not wise.
|Flora||Yellow finger coral, Boulder star coral, Branched Fire coral, Seaplume, Porous Rods, Lettuce Coral, Maze Coral, Cleaning stations|
|Fauna||Blue Doctorfish, Turtles, Tiger grouper, Yellowmouth grouper, Great barracuda, Bar jack, Stoplight Parrotfish (male and female), Squirrelfish, Banded Coral shrimp|
|Current||Moderate to strong|
|Max depth||121 feet|