Fun, Fun, FunIf your spending time in Aruba, De Palm Island is a must see. Aruba is known for its great beaches, wonderful shopping, and excellent restaurants, but sometimes it can get a little busy. Unfortunately, it can be hard to find a spot to get away to when you're on an island, but if you're looking for a getaway that is close by you should check out De Palm Island. De Palm Island is an all inclusive island that is perfect for families and groups of all ages.
|De Palm Island, Aruba|
If you're looking to interact with Aruba's extensive marine life, De Palm Island offers a few different options and opportunities. The island provides snorkeling gear, and there are tours offered twice a day. The snorkeling surrounding De Palm Island is incredible, and the reef that is found off of the island offers snorkeling in both shallow and deep waters. If you're looking to explore deeper waters there is SNUBA, an exciting blend of snorkeling and scuba. There is no certification required; however everybody has to be at least eight years old. SNUBA allows you to explore deeper waters without bulky or restrictive gear. You can also try the Sea Trek Underwater Helmet Walk. This is an excellent underwater experience for people who aren't very strong swimmers. The underwater helmet provides oxygen, and you can walk on the sea floor, which rests twenty feet below the water's surface. The Sea Trek Underwater Helmet Walk allows you to interact with tropical fish, a sunken Cessna, and you can also take a picture at the underwater Sea Trek Café.
Aruba is a great vacation spot, but sometimes no matter where you are you need to get away. For this, De Palm Island is the perfect place. It allows you and your family or group to get away from the busy main island and take part in a number of different activities that are suitable for all ages. You can eat and drink as much as you like as you lie by the beach, and you can also explore the aquatic wild life through snorkeling, SNUBA, or the Sea Trek Underwater Helmet Walk. The best part of De Palm Island: it's a quick ferry ride away from Aruba.