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Aruba Palm Pleasure Snorkel Adventure

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  • Enjoy a half-day Aruba Palm Pleasure Snorkel Adventure
  • Lounge on the spacious sun deck of the catamaran
  • Snorkel in clear blue water of the Caribbean Sea
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Aruba Palm Pleasure Snorkel Adventure
From US$89.00
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Overview
Set sail on this half-day snorkeling adventure aboard a 70-foot catamaran. Cruise along stunning turquoise blue waters as you lounge on a relaxing sun deck while sipping strong cocktails. A friendly and professional crew will help you prepare to dive below the surface of the sea, where travelers will find the coral-laden Antilla Shipwreck, colorful coral and plenty of tropical fish. This trip includes round-trip hotel transportation and a savory lunch prepared by top chefs aboard your ship, plus an open bar of tropical drinks and beer.
What to Expect
This half-day Aruba Palm Pleasure Snorkel Adventure kicks off with hotel pick up, followed by a scenic sea cruise aboard a 70-foot catamaran. Kick back and relax as your professional crew transports you across stunning blue waters while you soak up sun and sip on strong tropical cocktails. Spend time at various snorkeling sites, which include the coral-laden Antilla Shipwreck, Boca Catalina and the Arashi reef. 

Travelers can opt to snorkel, or upgrade to a SNUBA package. This hybrid of snorkeling and SCUBA allows you to breathe easily under water without wearing heavy gear. Plus, not certification or previous experience is required. A private guided tour permits underwater explorers as young as 8 years old to safely descend to a depth of 20 feet with the aid of a SNUBA instructor exclusively available with De Palm Water sports (45 minutes, including instruction).

Regardless of which underwater option you choose, this day of fun and sun is guaranteed to be enjoyable, thanks to a savory on-board lunch prepared by top chefs and an open bar, too. Please note: passengers arriving to Aruba on cruise ship cannot book this tour
Reviews (110)
1 - 5 of 73 reviews
Reviewed 3 days ago
Great time

We took the 9am-1pm excursion and had a blast. Firstly, the crew is extremely professional and made you feel safe from the moment you walked on. They are very organized and watched over you at every snorkeling stop. We hit 3 spots and they did...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank LuLuCt
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great day on the water

A gorgeous morning in Aruba found us sailing away for my first snorkeling adventure. We were picked up right on time from our hotel and after a few more stops we found ourselves at the pier, checked in and ready to sail. After getting our...More

Thank samsmomm
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
De Palm Tours

The Off Road Safari is a must do on your visit to Aruba. Seeing the other side of the island was incredible. The Staff were very upbeat and made the trip exciting. Along with the Snorkel trip - what an amazing adventure. The crew of...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Ann J
Reviewed 5 November 2018
Amazing Experience!

I have to say I was a bit hesitant to join such a large group, as we prefer private charter. I'm so glad we did!! The vibe on the boat was fabulous, with great music, flowing drinks and a crew that truly enjoys their job....More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank mship100
Reviewed 5 November 2018
great day on the water

the crew were very heipful the time in the water was great food and drink were very good we will go back again

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank nina3396
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Jtuminello
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I think same boat in most cases
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