Leonora's Reef Dive site
Leonora's Reef Dive site

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Leonora's Reef Dive site

A guide to scuba diving at Leonora's Reef

Dive site: Leonora's Reef

Location: Bonaire, Klein Bonaire

Dive type: Boat dive, reef dive,

Skill level: Beginner

Visibility: The average visibility here is 100 ft / 30 m, but Leonora's Reef will frequently allow you to enjoy even better visibility - up to an astonishing 150 ft / 55 m.

Depth: Leonora's Reef has an average depth of 20-80 feet / 6-24 metres.

Water temperature: You will find the water around Leonora's Reef great for scuba diving year round, since the water temperatures usually ranges from 78 to 84° F / 26 to 29° C.

Dive site information: Leonora's Reef is found east of Carl’s Hill and many scuba divers have learned to dive here. You can expect the currents to be moderate. There is a small tunnel through the coral at Leonora's Reef that is very popular among under water photographers.

Marine life: Very nice coral growth can be found at Leonora's Reef, such as huge plate corals and star corals. The shallower parts of Leonora's Reef is home to all the common reef species, including yellowtail snappers, the colourful parrot fish and the exquisite four-eye butterfly fish. If you descend to deeper waters you will typically encounter the Tiger groupers.



Leonora's Reef Dive site