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Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at Daaibooi
Daaibooi is a more rustic beach, with a longer kick-out. It is well worth exploring. Northwest of Willemstad, travel 7.3 km West on Weg Naar Westpunt from the Weg Naar Hato intersection. Turn left to head to St. Willibrordus and St. Marie. Travel 4.7 km to reach the intersection shown on the Saint Marie dive site. Follow the instructions from there.
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Feb 18, 2018, 12:00 AM
We dived here several times one year ago and came back because we like that relaxed, rather quiet, non-commercialized beach with nice shady pavilions and some wooden table-benches sets. Enough parking space with some shady places. Beach loungers, toilets, and cold freshwater showers available and clean, because you pay a little amount for its use. Scuba diving might be interesting in the shallow bay, too, but if you want to get to the sloping reef, you have to swim: 5 min. on the left side of the bay, 10 - 15 min. on the right side. On the left, we discovered 2 big stonefishes, a locus lobster (scyllarides latus, very rare!) and lots of surgeons. On the right, we found a huge crayfish on the sand near the reef, and a very rich reef garden with lots of different reef fish. Visibility near the beach good if no waves, outside the bay, on the reef, the visibility is always super. By the way, the beach and the bay are clean. We found one squeezed beer can in the bay, nothing else.