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Diving in Kralendijk

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When to go to Kralendijk

Kralendijk is a year-round destination. The yearly average air temperature is 27C/82F. Scuba diving is available throughout the year. Water temperatures average 25-28C/78-84F, with visibility often averaging over 30m/100 ft, and frequently is up to 55m/150ft.

Scuba diving in Kralendijk

Kralendijk is the capital city and main port of the island of Bonaire in the Dutch Caribbean. It is a very popular tourist destination that offers a lot of activities along with white-sand beaches and warm water. There are numerous sights in Kralendijk, including museums, national parks, and gardens, and eco-tourism and sports activities. Bonaire is one of the world-famous diving destinations, and Kralendijk can offer divers a variety of dive sites and perfect diving conditions. Diving in this area is available for all levels of experience. The variety and abundance of marine life in the waters off Kralendijk is astonishing, with more than 470 fish species, including angelfish, parrotfish, grouper, grunts, blue tangs, frogfish, sea turtles, eagle rays, dolphins, manta rays, and even whale sharks. Here, divers can find many shore dive sites, and also deep dive sites with reefs and wrecks. Some of the most popular dive sites in the area are Soyak Island, Karpata, 1000 Steps, and Bari Reef.