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The 6 best nature reserves in the Caribbean

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Bonaire National Marine Park

Bonaire

One for your scuba diving bucket list, the Bonaire National Marine Park is an unrivalled location for witnessing marine conservation first hand. The park includes 2,700 hectares of reefs and mangroves, which includes all the waters surrounding Bonaire and Klein Bonaire.

There are 86 incredible dive sites to choose from in order to see more than 350 fish species and more than 57 different types of coral. Aside from green and hawksbill turtles, divers can hope to see eagle rays, parrotfish, grunts, groupers, blue tangs, frog fish and butterfly fish among others.

Get the full experience by heading under the surface with one of the many dive operators on the island, or else enjoy a spot of snorkelling from the shoreline. Additionally, there are boat tours and eco-friendly water sports available.

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