You were waiting for this one to show up, right? It goes without saying that Washington Slagbaai National Park is absolutely amazing for diving. Along the coast of Kralendijk you already find beautiful reefs, but many of them are considered home-reefs, which means there is a hotel right next to it that is claiming the reef to be their home-reef. Washington Slagbaai National Park is all nature and has the sea, a fresh Caribbean breeze, birds, and iguanas. In many cases, you will be the only one diving on a dive site. 

FEATURED SITES, Washington Slagbaai National Park

Boka Bartol, Playa Benge, Playa Funchi, Wayaka, Boka Slagbaai.

The park has 6 dive sites, and each one is special in its own way. Stingrays, octopuses, enormous lobsters, and lately even a manta ray was spotted. But WSNP also has the most beautiful and colorful fish in large quantities. Swimming through a school of hundreds of fish is not rare, and playing hide and seek with a stingray is also very common. You will be amazed by the untouched and well-preserved reefs of Washington Slagbaai National Park.

$250 /per person

  • Two Dives Private Adventure
  • Tanks & gear included
  • Snacks & drinks
What is included in the tour
  • 2 dives on the National Park
  • Private Guide
  • Snacks & soft drinks
  • Accommodation pick up and drop
  • Special Truck Amenities
What makes this tour special
  • The crystal clear waters of the National Park.
  • Panoramic road trip
  • Special dive truck with extra amenities
  • The untouched and well-preserved reefs.

“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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