Bari Reef, Kralendijk
Categories: Reefs, Landmarks, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
As one of the most diverse reefs in the Caribbean, Bari Reef contains more than 300 types of fish and other marine life. The beach entry for this reef provides easy access for snorkeling and diving (daytime or nighttime). The coral in the reef was damaged by a hurricane in 2007, but the area still houses a large amount of marine life, especially past the drop off. Be careful of entering the water in front of businesses, as owners may object to this. Our Kralendijk family vacation planner makes visiting Bari Reef and other Kralendijk attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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We dove here once and it was a great experience underwater. Great visibility and easy entry. There is not a lot to see here but the reef is beautiful and healthy!
A deep dive to a nice, small wreck. I usually find a seahorse here. Usually there is a current here so plan on a kick back to your entry at the public beach. Great first dive of the day. I make this d... read more »
J'ai plongé sur ce récif et je m'y suis ennuyé ce qui est très rare sur Bonaire. Mis à part la mise à l'eau qui est facile , pour le reste .... Le récif est abîmé à cet endroit et l'on y trouve même d... read more »I dived on the reef and I are am annoyed me which is very rare on Bonaire. Apart from getting into the water which is easy for the rest... The reef is damaged at this place and there are even old tires and scrap yard. I got the impression of wasting my time on this dive. This is my 3rd stay on Bonaire and I must admit that it is the ugliest diving I made there by far. Avoid!show original
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