Marine Scientist and Master Instructor (retired)
- Reaction score
- U.S. East Coast
- # of dives
- 2500 - 4999
My guess is that the area North of Karpata has some awesome cavern, and maybe even some cave, options.
Going caving on Bonaire is becoming one of the most popular non-diving related activities on the island. Snorkelling is possible as well in some of the caves.
Faroa Cave is a special cave for sure. There are several reasons that reinforce this sense of uniqueness. First, its remote location and really tricky access, with rough seas, no proper sea access points and severe restricted passages, had kept this cave hidden and unknown to the world...