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Bonegi I and II

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Bonegi beach was an extremely fun day out. When I went, I took a taxi as the buses don’t work that far out on a Sunday. They stop at white river. You pay a small fee to use the beach and go snorkeling but it is well worth it as the wreck is amazing. After a day at the beach, I
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The Bonegis are lovely dives. We dived Bonegi 1 today and it has something for every diver - easy shore access, garden eels on the sand, masses of fish, a wreck full of mystery and history running from the surface - 2m - down past normal diving depths - 60m. The surrounding reef
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Private Cars are charged $50 SDB and Public Transport $80SDB to go swimming. I think this is a fair charge if you are going in for the whole day. We went there at 5pm and the guy at the gate still charged us $50 bucks. There was no huts left for us to put our belongings, the
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I dived both wrecks. Fairly similar really. Plenty to mooch round, lots of fish and invertebrates to be seen, the go deep, I stopped at 40m and there was plenty beyond that. They are fairly broken up, so whilst we did some swim throughs, I’m not sure there is anywhere you would
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Over and over cars are broken into here, despite each guest paying 50SBD for entry and a safe secure swim/ snorkle or dive. The guards need to do their job and not just sit in gangs and chew benut. They should also be keeping these beaches clean from rubbish and fix up broken
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