There's plenty to do in Aruba, especially if you like the water.
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Aruba Boardsailing is strategically located on a natural point at the Fishermen's Huts;
just north of Vela and south of Sailboards Vacations, offering you the only unobstructed
and sandy launch site in Aruba.
Aruba Kayak Adventures:
See the coast of Aruba from a different vantage point while kayaking alongside beautiful
mangrove forests and mysterious hidden caves.
Aruba Pro Dive:
Aruba Pro Dive's policy of small dive groups keeps schedules flexible and dive trips
unique. In addition to its live reefs, Aruba has a number of artificial reefs such as
shipwrecks and aeroplane wrecks dating back to World War II.
If you're looking for the best spas in the Caribbean, Aruba has a special experience for
De Palm Tours:
De Palm Activity Centres are located in all the major hotels on the island and offer more
than 60 fun and exciting things to do; snorkelling, scuba diving and tours of the Aruban
terrain are just some of them.
Mahi Mahi Fishing Charters:
Enjoy deep-sea fishing in the Aruban waters, with Captain Peter Creutzberg. Departing from
Seaport Marina, you will be fishing at the drop-offs in a matter of minutes.
Red Sail Sports:
Diving in Aruba is famous for the spectacular shipwrecks and interesting coral formations
that dominate Aruba's underwater realm. This includes the 400 foot Antilla wreck - the
largest wreck in the Caribbean. Red Sail Sports is the only PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre in
Travel Guides - Aruba Maps.
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