Enjoy a heart-racing, adrenaline-pumping off-road adventure with snorkel and flamingo encounter in Aruba.
Enjoy a 3-hour catamaran trip and discover two of Aruba's best snorkeling sites, Antilla Shipwreck and Boca Catalina.
Discover Aruba's main highlights and hidden treasures on a safari around the Island with a snorkel stop at the beautiful Baby Beach.
Enjoy a dreamy sunset sail with snacks and an open bar aboard a spacious catamaran in Aruba.
Enjoy a snuba experience in Aruba, glide effortlessly under the surface while admiring tropical fish without wearing heavy restrictive dive gear.
Sunsets are the house special in Aruba. And they're not something you ever get used to. On this trip, you'll watch the dusk descend on the island from the deck of a catamaran and have a cocktail bar on tap as you drink in the views. Even after years of living on the island, the locals still pile down to Palm Beach every day to splash about in the water as the sun sinks into the Caribbean Sea. You'll sail out into the bay for uninterrupted views of this nightly spectacle, and there'll be a bar on board where you can get the cocktails in for you and your loved one. Look at your drink then look at the sun, and you'll notice a chameleon quality between the two. Just before nightfall, the light turns woo woo-pink then bloody Mary-red. You'll head back to the mainland after a two-hour cruise, just as the early-bird diners begin sitting down for dinner.
Enjoy a one-of-a-kind underwater walking experience with specially designed diving helmets and discover Aruba's underwater marine life.
If you were going to sum up this trip in three words, they'd be shake, bake and marinate. You'll begin your half-day experience with a 4x4 journey along Aruba's windward coast, then drop into Arikok National Park to stop at the Natural Pool where daredevils can jump in from the top of the rocks.The desert terrain and rocky cliff-side trails accompany the beginning of this 4x4 excursion. You'll soon see how the lie of the land in Arikok National Park couldn't be more different to the landscape of Oranjestad and Palm Beach. This is unrestrained Aruba. Cacti protrude from rocky outcrops and the divi-divi trees in this part of the island are contortionists, having been bent into shape by the wind.Your first stop will be the Natural Pool. The seawater here is corralled by rocks, making a natural swimming pool out of the water. Some people are content with just soaking here. The more daring, though, climb to the top of the rocks and jump off the top.
There are more ways than one to explore the underwater world, but this submarine trip takes you aboard a space-age vessel for a two-hour expedition. You'll spot shipwrecks and coral reefs dotted around Aruba's shores through round bubble windows in what promises to be a surreal under-the-surface experience.After casting off from the harbour, this boat trip will seem normal enough, but just wait until everything's sealed and you begin the descent underwater. Large windows will give you ample viewing opportunities as your guide narrates the ever-changing scene.You'll come close to colourful fish and coral reefs, and glide alongside gentle turtles. The captain will also steer you as close as possible beside shipwrecks for the ultimate underwater picture of Aruba.
For an introduction to Aruba's best-known sights, this full day exploration tour is just what you need. You'll head to cultural attractions including Alto Vista chapel, natural delights such as Baby Beach as well as stunning lookouts from dramatic headlands – all with a delicious Aruban lunch in between.We'll get the ball rolling as soon as you leave the hotel, heading for Aruba's prettiest points. First stop will be the California Lighthouse – one of the island's most famous landmarks – where you'll be greeted by breezy but captivating views over the coast and sea. Afterwards we'll head to the Alto Vista chapel to learn a bit more about Aruba's history and the role this building played.Then we'll interrupt sightseeing with a tasty Aruban lunch complete with drinks before we resume the fun at Baby Beach, a bright white sandy beach ideal for an afternoon relax and a refreshing swim in turquoise waters. And once you've spent a good hour sunbathing on these powder-soft sands, you'll head back to your hotel at the end of the tour.
Just a few miles from the mainland, De Palm is not your average desert island. Rather than vacant sands, this place is home to a waterpark and an all-inclusive bar and restaurant. You'll hop over for a day of family fun – snorkelling with parrot fish, slipping down slides and unlimited goes on the banana boats.Snorkelling is the most popular activity here. The coral reef, just a few swimming strokes from the shore, is one of the best places to use your mask and flippers in Aruba. The blue parrot fish are hard to get your head around at first. These bright blue metre-long fish look like cartoon characters.There are ways to upgrade your time here, too. A snuba session, for example, is a hybrid of snorkelling and scuba diving, or sea trekking is the new thing to try. Hit the all-you-can-eat buffet with drinks for lunch and spend the rest of the day making the most of this pleasure-seekers' island – volleyball, salsa, ziplines – you name it.
Snuba picks the best bits of snorkelling and scuba diving and brings them together to complete your experience on the pleasure island of De Palm. This upgrade activity lets you get further beneath the water than the standard snorkelling sessions – so that you can see the coral reef colours more clearly and swim among the blue parrot fish.With Snuba, you'll have more diving freedom as there'll be no heavy tanks on your back – just a pair of flippers and a breathing regulator, which is then attached to an air supply on the surface. Breathe underwater without being weighed down, and your instructor will point you in the right direction.During this hour-long experience, you'll come eye-to-eye with the marine life that swims among the coral reef, all just a few strokes from the island. Once it's over, you can pick up where you left off on the island – maybe a banana boat ride, the waterpark or a zipline, they're all there for you to enjoy.
Aruba may be a small island but it certainly packs in a lot. And on this half-day excursion, you'll see it all – from lighthouses and rock formations to gold rush country and tropical rainforest. You'll travel north to the California Lighthouse and Alto Vista chapel, then back down south to the Casibari rock formation, Bushiribana Gold Mine ruins and Baby Bridge.First on the itinerary will be the north-west corner of the island and the sky-scraping California Lighthouse and Alto Vista chapel with 360-degree panoramic views across the sea, sand dunes and desert-like landscape. Afterwards, we'll continue back down south where you'll come across weird and wonderful rock formations at Casibari – just follow the path up the rocks for top-notch views.Then, you'll be whisked back in time at the canyon-side Bushiribana Gold Mine before we finish off the morning with a couple of natural beauties. Baby Bridge is a sea-worn arch cut from coral limestone, while the nearby Butterfly Farm lines up a swathe of tropical rainforest filled with luminous butterflies.
If you've already booked yourself on to the Palm Pleasure Catamaran excursion, then this extra Snuba experience will seal the deal. It's a combination between snorkelling and scuba diving, so you can see Aruba's underwater world without being weighed down by heavy tanks. It's the new activity to try.While you're sailing around the crystal-clear seas on board a luxury catamaran, you'll have the chance to try out Snuba. Qualified instructors will take you through the steps, so there's no need to worry. And because you don't need a certificate to take part, you can dive in and get stuck in straight away.You'll be able to move freely underwater while exploring the reefs and marine life. The tank stays on the surface of the water, so you'll not feel the weight of heavy tanks. An exhilarating 45-minute experience.
For an underwater experience to write home about, this Sea Trek is just what you need. You'll step into the ocean off De Palm Island with a futuristic-looking helmet on your head, and as if by magic you'll be able to walk underwater, discovering colourful Caribbean marine life in a unique and relaxed way.With this 45-minute upgrade activity on De Palm Island, you'll be transformed into a sea creature, ready to explore the ocean floor. Once you don your diving helmet, you'll be able to breathe and move underwater easily and effortlessly. Then enter the sea and stroll along the seabed as if you've been doing it for years.The best part is that you don't even need any training or certificates to go underwater, all you'll need is the helmet to discover the wonderful colours of Caribbean marine life from the reef to shimmering shoals of fish. And to top it off, pop into the Sea Trek café to pose for a photo at our underwater table for two.
This adrenaline-pumping safari gets you up close to Aruba's dramatically rugged coastline along the Andicuri Trail. Your vehicle will be a UTV – a cross between a golf buggy and a quad bike – that'll zoom you into this remote corner of the island with plenty of speed and clouds of dust behind you.A UTV is the best way to explore Andicuri Beach, located on Aruba's isolated north-eastern coast. And when you arrive, you'll see the powdery sands, which are flanked by rocky formations, and the powerful waves that make this secluded cove a big hit with bodyboarders.Later, you'll stop for photos at the ruins of a 19th-century gold mine, and at the bright yellow Chapel of Alto Vista. The last stop will be the California Lighthouse, which watches over Arashi Beach on Aruba's north-western tip.
This tour will give you the opportunity to interact and learn about some of the wildlife that can be found in Aruba. You will visit the Ostrich Farm. See Philip's Animal Sanctuary and also watch the Donkey Sanctuary. Part of the proceeds will be donated to the animal sanctuaries....
This is a unique underwater experience that allows even those who cant swim to enjoy the wonders of life under the sea. This excursion at De Palm Island is an experience that you won't want to miss. The maximum depth of the tour is 20 feet. No experience is needed....
A new snorkelling adventure with an open airbus. Visiting the hidden secret Mangel Halto for a snorkelling stop, afterwards moving towards the famous Baby Beach for another snorkelling stop. Visit two of the most loved beaches cherished by Aruba's visitors....