Invisibles is one of Bonaire’s southernmost double reef dive sites, offering a unique and exciting underwater experience. The slope starts nearly 450 feet (137 meters) from shore, providing plenty of opportunity for divers and snorkelers to explore the wide, shallow back reef zone.
This sand and coral rubble habitat is home to many cryptic species, including razerfish and yellowhead jawfish. The first reef is dominated by hard corals, along with occasional sponges and sea fans, while at a depth of 85 feet (26 meters), the first and second reef slopes are separated by a sand channel that runs parallel to shore. The sand channel is a unique environment that harbors garden eels and the occasional eagle ray.
The second reef at Invisibles fragments into multiple coral islands, providing an even more diverse environment for divers to explore. These islands are covered in hard corals and reef sponges at a higher density, making for an unforgettable diving experience. Navigation skills and a compass are recommended for this site.
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