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 (704) 547-5991
Charlotte, NC 28262

Hours: Monday – Saturday
10:00am to 6:00pm

Dive Bonaire - The Shore Diving Capital of the World
Next Date TBA
Hotel, Unlimited Dive Package, Airfare, Breakfast, Rental Truck

Join us on our Twenty-Second Trip to Bonaire. This time in late July. This Destination is fantastic any time of year! Again this destination was chosen overwhelmingly by our dive travel family.

Enjoy complete Diving Freedom! You choose when you want to dive, where you want to dive, for how long you wish to dive, with whom you wish to dive, and as many dives as you want to do! Bonaire is the “Shore Diving Capital of the World”! It is truly the only place of its kind. The island has been a Dutch Colony for over 185 years. It is very clean and laid back. The corals were recently voted the Best in the Caribbean.

Our favorite place to stay on the Island is Captain Don’s Habitat. It was one of the first on the island, and is beautifully landscaped. The restaurant and bar are right on the water with a great Sunset Every Evening. The rooms have two bedrooms and two baths, a kitchen and living area. Every room comes with a quad cab truck (shared by 4 divers). You will use your truck to go everywhere on the island. Bonaire established one of the World’s first Marine Parks in the late 70s and all of the sites are clearly marked along the shore with yellow stones with the site name, and a mooring ball offshore directly over the reef.

Trip includes Airfare, Bungalows at Captain Don’s Habitat, Unlimited Shore Diving, Truck Rental, Breakfast, plus 12 boat dives, and Nitrox Fills. 
Deposits are now being accepted…Do not be left out, this trip will sell out months in advance!
Call Today at 704-547-5991. A $1200.00 deposit is required to get your name on the trip.
You will need to fill out the following forms to travel with us: Activity AgreementCredit Card Authorization

**Open Water Adventures highly recommends that your passport be valid for a minimum of one year beyond the date of return.** Valid travel documents are the responsibility of each traveler. You should research the rules and requirements for the destination.