This dive site is easily accessible and has a large parking lot for the many local fishermen coming here in the weekend. You can not walk here without booties because of the sharp edges on the limestone plateau along the coast.
You can use a ladder to enter the water or take a jump from a rocky outcrop. This dive site is known for its sea horses you can see here regularly.
But also the sheer rock on the side and the many caves and crevices make this an interesting place to snorkel, just like the many flamingo tongue shells you will find on the bottom. From 32 feet the reef drops down to 131 feet. Here you will mainly see seahorses and some beautiful corals.
Do you want to visit Oil Slick Leap? In Bonaire Dive Guide you can find more information and detailed directions. Convenient, as many scuba diving 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.