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This is a unique underwater experience that allows even those who can´t 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. Participants wear specially designed diving helmets and tread the sea floor on a custom 375-foot walkway placed 20 feet below the surface.

Even those who don’t swim or snorkel can feed a bevy of colorful tropical fish, view a sunken Cessna 414 airplane and pose for a photograph while sitting at the underwater Sea Trek Café. The maximum depth of the tour is 20 feet.

No experience is needed. You must book Sea Trek together with your entrance to De Palm Island Full Day.

The duration of Sea Trek Underwater Helmet Walk is approximately 1 hour including briefing, setup and underwater tour.

desde 114,8 €

Esta emocionante y fácil excursión le permite disfrutar de los encantos de la tierra y el mar de Aruba. La primera parada de la excursión en jeep es en Arikok Park. El Parque Nacional de Aruba es el hogar de algunos tesoros escondidos de la isla. Asegúrese de usar su traje de baño para que pueda refrescarse y disfrutar de la famosa Baby Beach de Aruba como destino final. Conocida por sus aguas tranquilas y snorkeling increíble, este tramo de arena es suave, ideal para relajarse después de un refrescante baño. El equipo de snorkel y bocadillos serán proporcionados por nosotros!.

Únase a nosotros en un viaje lleno de adrenalina a través de la parte oculta de Aruba, Nosotros lo llevaremos a través de las colinas y más allá para llegar a nuestro destino final, la piscina natural. Nuestro Safari aventura está por encima de cualquier otra excursión en la que ha estado, para que recorra todo el camino a través de los paisajes de la isla. En el camino, nos aventuraremos a través de algunos de los puntos de mayor interés turístico de Aruba como son el Faro California, las ruinas de Molino de Oro, y la capilla de Alto Vista. Al llegar a la piscina natural, no dude en refrescarse. Nosotros le proporcionaremos refrescos, equipo de snorkel y botellas de agua.

If you are looking to get away from the white, sandy beaches for a bit and explore the rugged Aruban outback, take a private tour with one of our open-air Land Rovers for a heart-racing adventure. Said to be Aruba’s roller coaster, this is the most thrilling and yet safest way to get to the island’s secluded treasure, the Natural Pool, which offers beautiful snorkeling.

Your adrenaline will pump as our First Response certified tour guide takes you on a wild ride through the rolling hills of the countryside. With twists and turns at every corner you’ll be glad to have an experienced driver who also knows where to stop for photo oportunities.

Highlights include the California Lighthouse, named after the U. S. ship that sunk two years before its construction, Alto Vista Chapel - the first Roman Catholic Church in the island, built in 1750 and reconstructed in 1953, Gold Mill Ruins and the Baby Natural Bridge and Ruins.

This is one off-road adventure you will not experience elsewhere, as the trip includes historical, cultural, and intriguing facts about Aruba projected over the PA system. An assortment of goodies and refreshments are provided along the way.

desde 82,51 €

Take a ride with a private tour guides in one of our open-air Land Rovers to see the beauty of Aruba’s flora and fauna, as you’ll make stops at key locations throughout the island. The final stop is at Baby Beach, a smooth stretch of sand with shallow waters that is perfect for snorkeling and relaxing.

This easy, all-encompassing excursion passes through popular points of interest like the Ostrich Farm, the Caves, Twin Natural Bridge/Blackstone Beach, Arikok National Park, Seroe Colorado, the Donkey Sanctuary, and a local restaurant for an authentic lunch.

Snorkeling gear and instructions are provided by our First Response certified tour guide. Snacks and refreshments are offered throughout the trip.

desde 91,28 €

Balashi Z/N, Oranjestad

If you're exploring Aruba in a rental vehicle, consider De Palm Island as a stop to spend the entire day relaxing, snorkeling and having fun. De Palm Island is Aruba’s only all-inclusive destination at an affordable all-inclusive price. Whether you are looking for a day of fun and adventure or seeking to escape the hustle and bustle of the busy hotel area for some relaxation and pampering, this island offers something for everyone!

After a short ferry-ride from Port de Palm you will arrive on the island where you can enjoy your all-inclusive stay. This is what's included: All you can eat buffet (featuring local and Caribbean fare) and snacks from the grill plus open bar (soft drinks, premium beer and cocktails). Also included: use of beaches and palapas, snorkeling, snorkeling equipment and guided snorkeling tours, free banana boat rides, use of the Blue Parrott water park. You are welcome to participate in daily free salsa classes and activities such as beach volleyball or table tennis.

Balashi Z/N, Oranjestad

Escapa de las comodidades tropicales de Aruba para disfrutar el lujo tropical aún mayor de De Palm Island con este paquete todo incluido. Este pequeño trozo de paraíso está a solo un paseo de cinco minutos en ferry desde la Aruba continental. Únete a nosotros al otro lado del mar y siéntate y degusta un cóctel o dos mientras disfrutas de los rayos vigorizantes del sol del Caribe.

De Palm Island es el lugar ideal para pasar medio día relajándose, buceando y divirtiéndose. La isla es el único destino todo incluido de Aruba a un precio asequible. Busques diversión y aventura, o escapar del ajetreo y el bullicio de la zona ocupada del hotel para disfrutar del relax y el cuidado del cuerpo, esta isla tiene algo para todos.

Después del paseo en ferry sobre el agua cristalina del Port de Palma, llegarás a la isla, donde puedes disfrutar de tu estancia con todo incluido. Esto es lo que se incluye: buffet libre (con comida local y del Caribe) y aperitivos a la parrilla, más barra libre (refrescos, cervezas premium y cócteles). También se incluyen el uso de playas y sombrillas, actividades de snorkel, equipo de snorkel y rutas guiadas de snorkel, paseos gratuitos en barcas de banano, y el uso del parque acuático Blue Parrott. También te invitamos a participar en las clases gratuitas diarias de salsa y de actividades como voley playa y tenis de mesa.

Descubre la verdadera Aruba lejos de las playas y aprende sobre el fascinante pasado de esta pequeña isla que ha pasado por manos de españoles, británicos y holandeses. Admira la arquitectura colonial, pasea a través de impresionantes paisajes y disfruta de unas vistas maravillosas en esta excursión privada de medio día.

Te mostramos todo desde un vehículo privado que te llevará a los mejores lugares de interés y los rincones escondidos que son los secretos mejor guardados de los lugareños. Tu conductor te contará la verdad sobre la historia de la isla, desde la época previa a la colonización europea, cuando estaba habitada por el pueblo caqueito, ahora extintos, hasta nuestros días. Aprende acerca de la colonización española, que dejó una influencia duradera en muchos nombres de lugares y en el idioma local, el papiamento. La isla fue conquistada dos veces brevemente por los británicos, pero devuelta a los holandeses, cuyo legado se puede ver en la arquitectura de dos aguas de color pastel de la capital, Oranjestad. Infórmate sobre la fiebre del oro y la llegada de la industria del petróleo, que ayudó a transformar a Aruba de una colonia a una sociedad próspera.

Escucha todas las historias y el folclore común asociado con la isla, mientras te detienes en lugares como el mariposario, el emblemático faro California, la linda y romántica capilla Alto Vista, las inusuales formaciones rocosas de Casibari, las ruinas de la mina de oro de Bushiribana, el Baby Natural Bridge y sus ruinas. Una vez terminado el viaje, disfruta de la comodidad de ser trasladado a tu hotel o ve de compras y diviértete en el centro de la ciudad.

Enjoy the novel experience of a combination of snorkelling and scuba diving. The tanke stays on the surface of the water, unlike scuba diving so you have more freedom of movement. Enjoy the novel experience of a combination of snorkelling and scuba diving. The tanke stays on the surface of the water, unlike scuba diving so you have more freedom of movement.

De Palm Island defies the desert island stereotypes. The sand here isn’t footprint-free. Instead, it’s topped with a waterpark, a buffet restaurant, and a tropical bar. The beach here shares custody of your time with the reef that lies a few feet from the shore. Snorkelling sessions in this coral introduce you to blue parrot fish. These metre-long marine creatures look like fully-inflated helium balloons. The set-up on this island is all inclusive, and the food in the buffet restaurant is all-you-can eat. The spread includes Caribbean specials as well as fast-food like hot dogs and burgers. There are ways to upgrade your time on De Palm Island, too. During a sea trek, you can walk along the ocean floor like you’d walk down the high street. In a snuba session, meanwhile, you can breathe underwater without scuba tanks on your back.

Aruba might be a small island, but it packs in a lot. On this half-day tour you’ll see it all – from lighthouses and rock formations to gold rush country and tropical rainforest. First on the to-see list is the north-west corner of the island. Here, the sky-scraping California Lighthouse and the Chapel of Alto Vista offer 360-degree panoramas over sea, sand dunes and Wild West-style cacti. Further south, you’ll come across a weird and wonderful rock formation called Casibari. Follow the paths up the mammoth rocks for first-class views. The canyon-side Bushiribana Gold Mill is the next stop. Back in the 19th century, gold was an all-important resource – so much so, that the island was named ‘oro ruba’, or ‘red gold’. The morning is finished off 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

You’re in for a bumpy ride on this bike tour – it explores the rugged, lunar landscape of northern Aruba, led by an expert mountain biker who’ll guide you each step of the way. Highlights of the trip include the California Lighthouse, with its sea and dune views, and Natural Bridge, a sea-worn arch that you can walk right across. The tour fetches up on Arashi Beach. This place is a favourite with locals, so expect fewer loungers and hotels and more in the way of footprint-free sands.

This trip is best described as a reef crawl. The experience starts when you board a luxury catamaran at De Palm Pier in Palm Beach. From here, you’ll sail out to some of Aruba’s best snorkelling spots. The first stop of the day will be Catalina Bay, where starfish cling to the rocks beneath the water. Arashi reef is the next on the list. Turtles, octopus and angel fish are regulars around the coral, but the real reason people come to snorkel here isn’t natural. The skeleton of a merchant ship broods on the seabed here. The drinks and snacks will be on ice for your entire trip. If you want to get closer to the underwater exhibits, you can upgrade your snorkelling trip to a snuba experience. Snuba is a hybrid of snorkelling and scuba diving. You’ll breathe through a regulator that’s attached to an air supply on the surface, so you don’t have cumbersome gas tanks on your back.

This trip gets you up close to Aruba’s dramatically rugged coastline along the Andicuri Trail. Your vehicle for the day is a UTV – a bit like a cross between a golf buggy and a quad bike. It’s the best way to get to Andicuri Beach, on Aruba’s isolated north-eastern coast. 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 body-boarders. Later, you’ll make photo stops at the ruins of a 19th-century gold mine, and at the bright yellow Chapel of Alto Vista. The last stop of the day is at the California Lighthouse, which watches over Arashi Beach on Aruba’s north-western tip.

Experience the beauty of Aruba on an adventure that takes you around the island and under the sea. You'll get to enjoy and learn all about some of Aruba's hidden treasures with visits to places like the famous California Lighthouse, the Casibari Rock Formations, the Alto Vista Chapel, the Natural Bridge and Aruba's colorful Butterfly Farm.

This island tour gives you an opportunity to learn about Aruba's history, cultural diversity and flora and fauna from experienced and friendly guides. Explore Aruba's amazing sea life in a cruising underwater observatory where you can see the wreck of the Antilla, the largest shipwreck in the Caribbean, sunk in World War II.

Points of interest/ itinerary:
Stop at California Lighthouse, stop at Rock Formation, stop at Baby Natural Bridge, Arashi Reef & Antilla Shipwreck

desde 57,51 €

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