This dive site is named after the flamingos that often visit the beach, making the sound “Chogogo”. You will find pelicans here as well. The flow on this dive site can be strong and suddenly change direction. Pay attention here! You can enter the water from the little sandy beach.
The plateau has a strong but uneven bottom. Up to 11 feet there is much soft coral, behind it there is another spot of sand up to 20 feet. Here you will often find large rays searching for food. From the drop off at 26 feet the reef runs down steeply. It is a varied reef through the overgrown ridges and bare sand channels. The reef drops down to 131 feet.
On the shallow plateau and drop off are plenty of turtles under the bushes of coral, if you let them be they will stay and keep on eating. In the middle of the reef you might find many lone great barracudas.
Do you want to visit Chogogo? In Bonaire Dive Guide you can find more information and detailed directions. Convenient, as many dive sites on the South 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.