We usually go all inclusive. How expensive is the food?
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$12-20. then ingredients is another restaurant that may have higher prices. Eddies is another restaurant right next door & captain dons. Prices are all about the same.
I need a room for August18 to September 2. Only one person. Need one bathroom, one bed and a refrigerator, tv, air conditioning. I need dive tanks from the drive through. I will NOT need any boat dives. Can you give me a price? Thanks
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Hello I cannot give you a price but when I was there everything you described was a part of our room. Visit their website. They will answer quickly. Have fun!
The reef right off the Buddy Dive Resort was one of the worst. The best dive over at the island away from Bonaire. I found the dive masters on the boat, not really helpful. They didn't do our tanks, check our air or point out anything in the water. Compared to Cayman islands, Cozumel, Belize, Costa Rica...they would be at the bottom. The reefs were okay
. It was diving, so I did enjoy what I could see. Next time you go diving, maybe you could ask the divemasters for a specific site that you did research on?
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I don't think Buddy Reef is designed to impress, it's just there for check-in dives and for the convenience of students getting certifications. I'm not sure anyone would actually recommend diving there for any other... 続きを読む
I don't think Buddy Reef is designed to impress, it's just there for check-in dives and for the convenience of students getting certifications. I'm not sure anyone would actually recommend diving there for any other reason.
As a certified diver, it's always your responsibility to check tanks, analyze your nitrox, make sure its on, etc. Other places do it as a courtesy, but I would expect that an island (and especially a resort) that allows you to check out your own tanks for unaccompanied shore dives would also expect you to be willing and able to take responsibility for your own equipment and gear on the boat as much as on the shore.
The best boat dives were on the Northwest side of the island, in the general area of the Marine Park. I don't specifically remember which ones I found especially good, but some of the boat dive sites we dove on our visit were Country Garden, Small Wall, Captain Don's Reef, Monti's Divi, A Thousand Steps, Jeff Davis Memorial. I'm pretty sure that Jeff Davis Memorial was one of my favorites although I don't recall why. But I found most, if not all, of those boat dives much better than Salt Pie, Angel City and Atlantis.
We did have a couple guides that pointed out stuff in the water- if you stayed with them. A lot of our group spread out a good bit to see what they could find on their own (a few of our group were lionfish hunters) and didn't stick real close with the guides. I missed a few things that our guides pointed out because I was too busy looking for stuff with my partner. But I do remember Dani (possibly spelled wrong) because she pointed out a seahorse (the only one I saw on the this trip, and probably would have missed altogether if it wasn't for her) and some other small sea critters. Only because I stuck close and paid attention though- many of the rest of our group missed it.