On this beautiful sandy beach are a number of buildings, a restaurant and toilets. This is one of the most beautiful beaches of the national park. The dive site is primarily of historical interest by the environment, both above and under water. If you go into the water, do so preferably in the north or south.
The coral soil begins immediately and continues until the drop off at 26 feet, with an immediate steep decline. Here you can find some nice historical monuments such as old ballast stones from earlier ships on 13 feet, a millstone and a piece of anchor chain on 20 feet and a 6.5 feet wide anchor at 69 feet, largely overgrown.
Do you want to visit Boka Slagbaai? 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.
|Diving from||Boat and coast|
|Flora||Coral and sponges|
|Fauna||Sergeant major, Cubera Snappers, Rainbow Parrotfish, Labrisomidae fish (blennies)|
|Current||Moderate to strong|
|Max depth||148 feet|