Something Special

Welcome to our house reef, Something Special! Just across the road from our well equipped dive center we have our beautiful house reef. From Queen Angelfish, Bar Jacks and Sharp tail eels to Frogfish, Seahorses and Banded Coral Shrimps. Something Special doesn’t get its name from all the good sea life that you can find down there but from a very ‘special’ moment two people had down there in front of a webcam…. The webcam is disconnected, you can guess why.

As Marine Park Bonaire requires you to do your very first dive on a house reef, why not Something Special? There is an ease entry, easy exit and a nice sandy area to review some skills and get your buoyancy and trim right. When you’re all comfortable and ready, go and explore the beautiful reef with its amazing life! Consider taking a guide with you so you don’t have to miss all the good things down there!

Night dive

Love to do night dives? Something Special will reveal it’s beauty during the day and during the night! You can see Lobsters, Octopuses and Crabs during dusk and night time. Not sure about a dive in the dark? You can always take a guide with you or plan your Night Adventure Dive! We would love to show you all the good things Something Special has to offer!

Happy Dives!
GOOODive Team

One comment

  1. Mirjam Soeterbroek says:

    Something Special was really something special. One would not expect such a great diversity of living corals and reef fish so close to the shore. Amazing. Matthew and I first encountered a giant barracuda drifting along with a school of bait fish. As Matthew swam along with the barracuda we could see that it was at least 1.60 m long! Then we bumped into a Southern Stingray that lay itself down before us and when we had the camera well pointed at it, it showed us how it can swim, or sail elegantly away. Beautiful, and on film.
    After that we enjoyed the sight of a chain moray, a spotted drum, and a spotted scorpionfish, showing off with its beautiful pectoral fins when it moved to its next spot. Then two kissing honey cowfish danced and ascended before our eyes in the sunlight had us admiring their love game and beautiful skin pattern.
    On our way back to the shore a large tarpon accompanied us.
    I really, really enjoyed this great dive with Matthew of Gooodive!

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