Explore Aruba's underwater world during a 2-tank dive with a PADI-certified dive master. On this 4-hour excursion, get to know the calm, azure waters filled with vibrant sea life that thrives off of Aruba's coast. Visit famous dive sites like Antilla, Pedernales and Star Gerren as well as lesser-known spots like Skalahein, Fingers and Kantel reef. Round-trip transportation from local hotels is included and dive gear is available for rental.
While on vacation in Aruba, complete a 3-hour discover scuba diving course. This course allows you to experience scuba with a trained instructor without needing any kind of certification. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Experience scuba diving in Aruba during a half-day introductory course, and explore a shallow reef or one of the island’s legendary shipwrecks. Learn the basics of equipment and safety in a classroom and pool, then head for open water. Practice buoyancy and communication while swimming alongside a dive instructor and discover vibrant fish and brilliant coral as you dive the Caribbean Sea for the first time.
Explore Aruba's underwater world on this diving adventure for PADI-certified divers. With an expert PADI diving instructor and a group of 6 people maximum, see the vibrant underwater world just off Aruba's coast. In waters between 20 and 140 feet (6 and 42 meters), divers can spot marine life like stingrays, moray eels and yellow tail snappers and visit the notorious Antilla Shipwreck. Scuba gear is available for use.
Lacking certification doesn't mean that you have to miss out on exploring the world beneath the Caribbean Sea. This small-group experience sets you up with all the theory, skills and equipment necessary to make a memorable dive beneath the waves to see colorful corals and marine life.
Enjoy free-flowing Champagne with breakfast and lunch while sailing across the turquoise waters of Aruba. This snorkeling cruise aboard a custom-built catamaran includes three stops where you can explore marine life in the crystal-clear waters. Be charmed by Caribbean music and sea breezes as you sip your mimosa while lounging on the boat — it's perfection in paradise.
Spend some time in Aruba’s spectacular marine environment on this multi-activity catamaran cruise. Search for resident dolphins as you sail and lounge on the deck of the boat, then dive in and explore the reef and the shipwreck “Antilla” on two snorkel stops. You’ll learn about the local flora, fauna, and history through guided commentary and enjoy a light lunch between activities.
Drive your own utility vehicle off-road in Aruba, which allows you to get far off the beaten path. With a guide in the lead, access rugged parts of the island that traditional tours can't reach, including secluded corners of National Park Arikok and the Indian Caves. Climb to the island's highest point for panoramic views and visit the Conchi Natural Pool to go swimming and snorkeling. Along the journey, learn about Aruba's history and cultural through guided commentary.
Ride horses through Aruba's landscape during this 2.5-hour tour. Get matched with a horse according to your skills and experience, then follow your horseback riding guide through Arikok National Park to a local swimming hole to cool off. Hotel or port pickup and drop-off is included.
Dive Aruba’s wrecks and reefs on a one- or two-tank scuba dive with Red Sail Sports to some of the island’s most scenic spots. Take a boat to off-shore dive sites then watch for butterflyfish and damselfish as you navigate the warm Caribbean water. Float over bright coral and waving fans, and explore unspoiled marine habitat that shelters rays, eels and barracuda.
With a maximum of 4 participants, and an instructor with 10+ years of experience we keep this experience personalized and the service high.
We are able to adjust the program to the more nervous or more adventurous participants as we don’t hold a strict time limit.
Our instructors are also professional under water photographers. So with each dive or program booked, you’ll receive free professional pictures or video afterwards.
You’ll have the experience of a lifetime, while we keep it safe!
Aruba has some of the most beautiful underwater areas in the world, but unless you go scuba diving, there’s a lot you won’t see. Avoid having to rent your own scuba equipment and having to find your own dive spots by booking this Aruba 1-Tank Scuba Diving Experience. Plus, your guide will pick dive spots based on your certification level and preferences.
Experience the thrill of scuba diving without becoming fatigued on this sea scooter diving tour in Aruba. Join a small group and discover Aruba’s underwater world with a solar-powered sea scooter. The scooter allows you to easily navigate the water without becoming tired, meaning you can see more of Aruba’s marine life. Only certified divers are allowed to participate in this excursion.
Use your diving certification in the nighttime waters of Aruba on this diving tour. Accompanied by an instructor, suit up with weights and a belt and dive into the warm sea at night. Explore local shipwrecks, coral reefs, and varied sea life that comes out when the sun goes down.
Certified divers will find the unique fluorescent night diving experience exciting. The visor provided that covers your mask will bring you to a whole new world of reefs. The best equipment that captures the perfect wavelength will maximize your diving experience. Be ready to explore the beautiful fluorescent colors in your dive.
Off the coast where we are - far away from the crowds - there are beautiful and healthy reefs with a lot of varied corals and other marine life.
Reefs with names like Sponge, Tire, Anchor, Bali, Barcadera, Harbor, Fingers, Mark, Isla di Oro, Mangel Halto, Hole in the Wall and many others.
In addition, the beautiful dive spots such as Jane C wreck and the Airplanes.
For safety reasons, we primarily look at the weather and sea conditions. In addition, to the certificate levels and requests, before we choose which dive spots to go to.
For sure; we will do our best to give our customers their best dive experience during their stay in Aruba.
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