The Invisibles has made my top five favorite sites at Bonaire. Beautiful Reef’s, bountiful aquatic life, and interesting channels that cut between the reef. When you enter the water like many dive sites you will encounter a sandy bottom without much to see. However as you venture out to the bouy I recommend you drop down about 10 yards before you reach it. If you are slow and careful not to get too close you will find garden eels in the sand before you get to a sandy channel that cuts down through the reef.
Angel City, appropriately named due to the large number of Angel Fish that seem to frequent this dive site. This site was an easy entry, but you will want your snorkel for a surface swim out to the reef. There is a buoy anchored just before the start of the reef at roughly 16ft deep. From there the reef descends to roughly 59ft. At the bottom of the first reef is a sandy bottom that is sort of a narrow shelf before you come to the second reef. The second reef then descends to roughly 150ft.
Calabas Reef (a.k.a Kalabas Reef) is the house reef for the Divi Flamingo. Having stayed at the Divi Flamingo we ended up diving this reef a number of times out of convenience. The Divi Flamingo has a pier in which you use for entry and exit to this site. If you are staying at the Divi Flamingo this pier is also where your lockers, air tanks, and weights are located making is extremely convenient. We ended up doing our check dive, a few early morning dives as well as a night dive here.