Welcome to Bonaire, an unhurried island barely 60 miles this side of Venezuela, and located 1500 miles from Miami in the southern Caribbean. Formerly a Dutch West India plantation where fortunes were made by Dutch traders exporting salt in the 17th century, today Bonaire is best known as one of the Caribbean's premiere dive destinations, for unique geological patterns, exceptional windsurfing, and abundant bird life. It is no wonder that after more than 40 conferences here our attraction to Bonaire has not diminished in the least!
Bonaire's pristine reefs and diverse marine life are unique to the Caribbean. Because the waters around Bonaire have been protected by an actively managed marine park for the past 25 years, Bonaire today ranks amongst the top best diving destinations in the world. The island's location in the south Caribbean gives it an arid climate with little rain fall; consequently, the waters are exceptionally clear of silt, calm, and diveable year round. It is an ideal destination for underwater photographers. Water temperatures average a warm 78-84°F, with visibility averaging over 100 feet, and frequently reaching up to 150 feet .
We are working on a great resort at this wonderful destination. Check back to see where we'll be staying and. . .and diving.