I was there in October, and the coral life looked fantastic. Tons of new growth. Saw very little bleaching.
To the OP, I wholeheartedly recommend going. Stay near Christiansted and dive the north side. Do the pier about an hour before the sun goes down. My dive buddy and daughter did it...
It saves money, FF miles, and after having six tests done, I can say I am hate the #@@$#%^ things.
Yes, but the airline might care about my Bonaire test. Why tickle the brain stem twice when one will suffice?
I can fly Delta Saturday to Friday in March, so I can make the Day 5 test work for both so long as I get the results to give to Delta. If the day 5 folks aren't returning the negative results, that's a problem.
Sorry if these questions have been asked, but I have a hard time going through close to 900 posts.
If I arrive on Saturday, when do I take the five day test? Is it Wednesday or Thursday? Lastly, Would this test suffice for the test to get back in US for a Friday or Saturday flight? Thanks.
Most of the DM's know how to spot them from the surface. But, it's a little scary to swim away from the wall and over the deep to escape one. Never been my experience, but I'm aware of how to do it. Swimming around sand tornadoes is a little weird though.