Discover the Bonaire’s cave system. Since their formation, the caves have played an important role in the island’s overall ecosystem. Some caves are open for guided tours.  Explore ancient formations of stalactites and stalagmites that took thousands of years to form. While adventuring through select caves, continue through the cavern and find a small opening of water where visitors can snorkel. Climb through the opening with your flashlight, mask and snorkel, and snorkel through crystal clear water that is a mix of fresh and salt.


Weber’s Joy, Jeff Davis, Oli Slick, Ardrea I & II.


Some of the most memorable creatures you can find on North Coast on Bonaire are hawksbill, loggerhead and green turtles. Getting a closer look, you may be fortunate enough to spot a seahorse camouflaged in the reefs. Angelfish, tangs, sergeant majors, creole wrasse and butterfly fish also make the reef home. The fire corals, tube sponges and giant sea anemones that cling to the rocks are a surprising sight.

$250/per person

  • Private Adventure
  • Tanks & gear included
  • Snacks & drinks
What is included in the tour
  • 1 Dry Caves + 1 wet cave
  • 1 Dive
  • Private Guide
  • Snacks & soft drinks
  • Accommodation pick up and drop
What makes this tour special
  • Snorkeling the wet cave
  • Ancient formations of stalactites and stalagmites
  • Panoramic road trip
  • Special dive truck with extra amenities

“What makes it most special though is the welcoming friendliness of the staff. They take their job very serious and take extra time showing or explaining things and upcoming questions. Or just to have a little chat after an exiting day of diving.

Thanks a lot for this amazing experience!”

Mark Lee

“We’ve just completed our PADI Wreck Diving course with them. Exceptional instructors and all of the staff are friendly and accommodating. Safety is a very high priority and the whole experience from planning our dives to talking them through afterwards was great. Highly recommended!”

Robert Smith

“It has been our third dive trip to Bonaire, we were looking to do something different and explore new dive sites, especially those that are not marked on the official map. It was a success! I will never forget our Playa Frans dive, it was magical.”

Pam Carter

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