Rock Pile Dive site
Rock Pile Dive site

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Rock Pile Dive site

A guide to scuba diving at Rock Pile

Dive site: Rock Pile

Location: Bonaire, Klein Bonaire

Dive type: Boat dive, reef dive

Skill level: Beginner

Visibility: Rock Pile typically offers a visibility around 100 ft / 30 m. Chances are however high that you will be able to experience higher visibility at Rock Pile, since the under water visibility here often reaches up to 150 ft / 55 m.

Depth: Rock Pile starts off at 15 ft / 4.6 m and reaches down to 100 ft / 30 m.

Water temperature: The water temperatures at Rock Pile are pleasant year round. They usually stay in the 78 - 84° F / 26 - 29° C range.

Dive site information: The Rock Pile dive site is located at the south side of Klein Bonaire, between Monte's Divi and Joanne's Sunchi. The mooring is found directly offshore from a rock pile at the waters edge. You can expect the currents at Rock Pile to vary from mild to medium strong.

Marine life: Rock Pile is bursting with marine life, and is home to corals as well as fishes and invertebrates. One of the more interesting features is a huge green moray eel that lives among the boulder corals.



Rock Pile Dive site