Divi Flamingo Beach Resort and Casino Bonaire

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

J.A. Abraham Blvd 40, P.O. Box 413, Kralendijk, Bonaire, Caribbean

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Very Good
34%
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Average
16%
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  • Business77
  • Vulindlela's Profile Photo

    Great location!

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    We really enjoyed this place and the good service that they provided.
    I have seen on their website that they have put a lot of work into the place and it looks great!
    I would not hesitate to suggest this place for a Bonaire visit.

    Unique Quality: The room was clean and comfortable.
    Great ocean views, nice pool facilities, casino, 2 good restaurants, friendly staff, close to the airport and to the town.
    There was great snorkelling right in front of the hotel.
    Would stay there anytime!

    Did you know?
    The grounds of the Divi Flamingo once contained a prison where Nazi sympathizers were held during World War II.

    Directions: On the main road, between Flamingo Airport and Kralendijk.

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    Great all inclusive hotel

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    The rooms were typical for the Carribean which means not 5-star accommodations but the toilets did flush most of the time. Our rooms were on the water and we had a refrigerator. If you want a refrigerator you need to request one ahead of time. We paid a little extra for the water front rooms and we feel it was worth it. The work out facility was very nice and the pool area seemed good although we didn't use it at all since most of our day was spent in the ocean. The food was good and only started to get tiresome towards the end of our stay. I would do the all inclusive again.

    Directions: Hotel provides transportation from the airport. No need to have a car as you can walk into town from the hotel.

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There isn't much

by dracko about Casino

There isn't much night life on Bonaire. Most likely you'll be too tired from diving all day long to do much at night. If, however, you're still feeling up to it, there are two casinos on the island and a number of bars. Most places, however, seem to be closed by 11-12 at the latest. The casinos are at the Plaza Resort and at Divi Flamingo. Both within walking distance from each other. Like anything else on Bonaire, relatively casual. That said, going into the casino barefoot and wearing swimming trunks might get you turned back.

Night Snorkel

by Echo_29

We were so impressed with Woodwind Cruises partner and guide, Dee, we took her up on the night snorkel she offers. It was $20 a person with a minimum of 4 people. She also limits the size of the group so she can make sure she knows where everyone is. It lasts one and a half hours. We met her at Divi Flamingo Dive Resort and left our items on her boat, then walked to the town pier which was a few blocks away to start the guided tour. You can leave your shoes and eye glasses at City Restaurant which is across from the pier. It was quite a contrast to walk into black water and then see the most vibrant orange coral and an amazing array of eels, a spotted turtle, octopus and so much more. Dee knows where all of the local underwater critters hang out and makes sure everyone in the group gets to see them. Once again Dee was very helpful with making sure everyone was comfortable and outfitted with the gear she provided. She even had a wet suit to fit 6-foot 7" Scott.
Underwater lights are provided. I reccomend using a spot light instead of the wider angle light as it was too diffused to see things at a distance. She offers both kinds.

Bonaire 2008 - Colorado Scuba Bash

by mdfloyd322

"Divi Flamingo"

I went to Bonaire with a diving group from Colorado. Several dive shops including Underwater Phantaseas sponsor an annual trip. Last year we went to Curacao and had a great time so I signed up for this trip as well. Several of the people from last year's trip went so it was fun to get caught up.

Divi Flamingo is a very nice resort, not plush but good accommodations with good staff. We were there two weeks after a very rare hurricane had done a lot of damage to parts of the island but the resort had worked day and night to repair and restore most of the damage.

One of their dive boats had sunk but they'd gotten a replacement in time for our trip so we had decent sized groups for our dives. The dive masters were great and a lot of fun to be around.

"Diving Bonaire"

I did 18 dives during the week, including a 99' dive on the Hilma Hooker wreck. While there was significant hurricane damage to about 20' below that it was pristine. Every site we dived was magnificent, with lots of coral, turtles, and fish. We saw several sea horses and fire worms also.

There are a number of great restaurants within walking distance of Divi Flamingo.

The final day there we drove around most of the island in a rented 4x4 and found the island to be very diverse for its size. The southern end was mostly salt flats with flamingos and wild donkeys and the northern was quite rugged with volcanic cliffs, lots of vegetation and forests of tall cactus.

I'd recommend Bonaire for anyone interesting in diving or wind surfing but there isn't a lot to do outside the water, unless you just want to relax by the pools at Divi Flamingo.

"Exploring the island"

There are a number of great restaurants within walking distance of Divi Flamingo.

The final day there we drove around most of the island in a rented 4x4 and found the island to be very diverse for its size. The southern end was mostly salt flats with flamingos and wild donkeys and the northern was quite rugged with volcanic cliffs, lots of vegetation and forests of tall cactus.

I'd recommend Bonaire for anyone interesting in diving or wind surfing but there isn't a lot to do outside the water, unless you just want to relax by the pools at Divi Flamingo.

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Address: J.A. Abraham Blvd 40, P.O. Box 413, Kralendijk, Bonaire, Caribbean