This is a dive site with large coral density and many sponges. Sometimes you will meet eagle rays and dolphins at the sandy plateau. Going into the water is difficult, there is a small beach but the coast is rocky and there’s a foothold under water.
The reef starts relatively far from the coast. In the sandy bottom in front of it you can sometimes see stingrays and dolphins. Right behind the buoy (23 feet) is a huge finger sponge at 46 feet. The drop off starts at 30 feet and extends to 112 feet and beyond that the sandy bottom is worth seeing as well. The reef itself is overgrown, with lots of soft and hard corals and many fish hiding in between.
This place looks like Larry’s Lair, but here the second reef lies further away. At the second reef you will see bigger fish and you’ll almost always find some turtles. On both reefs you can find some beautiful anemones. If there are too many waves, choose another dive site. Going to water is even more difficult by then.
Do you want to visit Jeannie’s Glory ? 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.