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Aruba Afternoon Snorkeling Tour

By: Mi Dushi
Highlights
  • 3-hour Aruba snorkel and sunset cruise
  • Cruise from De Palm Pier to Boca Catalina, a great local dive spot perfect for families and beginners
  • Snorkel in warm, clear waters in search of tropical marine life teeming around the shallow reef
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Aruba Afternoon Snorkeling Tour
From US$45.00
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Aruba Afternoon Snorkeling Tour
From US$45.00
Overview
Even beginners and kids of all ages can enjoy snorkeling on this relaxed snorkeling cruise to Aruba's Boca Catalina snorkeling site. Step aboard a snorkeling vessel for a half-day cruise, complete with snacks, cocktails from and open bar, and lively music on the way to and from the destination. Benefit from the inclusion of all snorkeling equipment and detailed instruction from the crew for a stress-free introduction to the sport.
What to Expect
Meet your boat and friendly crew at Aruba's Hadicurari Pier in the late afternoon. Board the 53-foot (16-meter) catamaran and find your own perfect spot on the deck or in the shaded indoor cabin. Enjoy views of Aruba's spectacular coastline as the boat departs for Boca Catalina.

Arrive at Malmok Beach's calm, shallow waters and receive a safety talk and snorkeling demonstration from your crew. Put on your provided mask, snorkel and flippers and slip into the warm turquoise waters. As fish like angelfish, grouper and snapper swim past you, keep a look out for octopus and barracuda. 

Try out the onboard pirate rope swing or chat with the crew about their seafaring adventures. Grab a rum punch from the open bar and eat some of the provided snacks while the late afternoon sun sinks towards the horizon. 

When your 3-hour snorkeling cruise is over, the catamaran will deposit you back at De Palm Pier.
Reviews (30)
1 - 5 of 19 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
Best in Aruba!

This was my second time going on the Mi Dushi! It was just as fun as the last time many years ago. The crew is great and funny! Loved cruising around in the beautiful blue-green water listening to loud music and enjoying some sunshine. Open...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank eurohlb
Reviewed 3 December 2018
Great Snorkeling Adventure as our 2nd port stop on NCL Cruises

The Mi Dushi crew were awesome. The snorkeling was beautiful and the trip was well worth it. Now about that sunburn because I didn't put on enough sunscreen - my fault. Loved everything else and would highly recommend this tour, especially if you love snorkeling...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank caclemor
Reviewed 18 November 2018 via mobile
Great Snorkel Trip

The crew were kind, funny and friendly. They gave great instruction on where to find the best snorkeling, and the shipwreck was incredible. There was a rude lady on our tour who they handled with kindness. When she began getting rude to passengers, they called...More

Thank Q9740WJamyw
Reviewed 15 November 2018
Favorite tour on S. Caribbean Cruise

My husband and I loved this tour! We booked through Princess Cruises and it was appealing due to Mi Dushi having several decks, some with shade. It was pleasant sailing along the coast. Snorkeling was really good, lots of fish and the Antilla shipwreck was...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Ann K
Reviewed 5 October 2018
Very Entertaining

The crew was very professional and fun. We did 3 snorkel stops which were awesome. The fish you could just clearly see everywhere you look was a thrill. The shipwreck was cool to see, ocean there was a bit rough swim out but then you...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank wayne p
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4 July 2018|
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Response from julianantunes19 |
Bom dia! Gostaria de saber se neste passeio conseguimos apreciar o pôr do sol em alto mar?
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