BONAIRE - DIVI FLAMINGO BEACH RESORT 
20th Annual Colorado Scuba Bash!

October 27th to November 4th, 2018


            


Bonaire is the Eastern-most Caribbean island in the “ABC” island chain, made up of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. Located in the Netherlands Antilles (often called the Dutch Caribbean), the island is a mere 40 miles north of Venezuela. Bonaire covers 112 square miles, is 24 miles long and 3 to 7 miles across. Long known as one of the Caribbean's most outstanding dive destinations, Bonaire has something for everyone. Beautiful shallow coral gardens teeming with brightly colored fish life. Dramatic walls of hard and soft corals. A large variety of unusual marine life such as the timid seahorse and the hard to spot frog fish. The shore diving in Bonaire is plentiful and easily accessible, allowing the most avid divers the opportunity to do as much diving as they want. When not diving, enjoy several top side attractions such as; hundreds of pink flamingos roaming wild, dramatic desert landscapes, picturesque villages, charming people and even a pink beach. For the less active...you can hang out by the hotel’s fresh water pool and sip a drink with an umbrella. Whatever your interests - Bonaire will not disappoint!

 

STANDARD ROOM DIVER: $2,795 / Per Person Double Occupancy

DELUXE ROOM DIVER: $2,995 / Per Person Double Occupancy

SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: +$600

 

Package Includes:

• Roundtrip airfare from Denver to Bonaire

• Airport/Hotel transfers

• 8 nights’ accommodation at DIVI Flamingo Beach Resort

• Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily

• 15 dives + 1 orientation shore dive

• Unlimited tanks for shore diving

• Tank, weights & weight belt

• Hotel taxes & service charges

• Group escort: Val C.

 

Package Excludes:

• Beverages

• Gratuities

• Personal Dive Equipment

• Bonaire Marine Park Tax ($25 USD)

• Trip/Dive Insurance

• Nitrox ($110 to be pre-paid)

• Airline Baggage Fees 


*Note: Airline taxes and fuel surcharges are subject to change until tickets are issued. $500/per person non-refundable deposit is required to register.