Extreme Vacations
Extreme Vacation Aruba
Extreme Vacation Aruba
Extreme Vacation Aruba
Adrenaline junkies, take note. Aruba’s reefs and constant 15-knot trade winds have made it world-famous for offering some of the most exciting and interesting extreme vacation experiences in the Caribbean! Featuring world-famous wreck diving sites (there’s a reason we’re known as the wreck diving capital of the Caribbean!), exceptional parasailing and unparalleled kitesurfing opportunities, there’s always something extremely fun to do in Aruba. If traditional adventure experiences like sailing, paddle boarding, deep sea fishing and snorkeling have left you yearning for more, then have no fear, because Aruba offers an abundance of extreme activities, from skydiving to off-roading, in spades.

Aruba is world-famous for its perfect beaches, relaxing breezes and calm waters, but there are also adventurous land and sea activities to make any level of thrillseeker happy. From challenging hiking and bike trails, to windsurfing, kayaking, wreck diving and even skydiving, Aruba is an ideal adventure vacation.

Get your heart racing on a helicopter tour of the island, or take it up a notch by sky diving and catching the most breathtaking view you’ve ever seen. Scale the Ayo and Casibari Rock Formations, or explore the “wild side” of Aruba in Arikok National Park, where you’ll find dramatic coastlines and ancient caves. You can hike, bike or add a little extra adrenaline with a jeep or an ATV.

If you’re into water sports, you’ll be surrounded by fun. Thanks to our constant trade winds, Aruba is ranked as one of the best places to windsurf and kitesurf in the world. There’s also parasailing, jet skiing, sailing, paddle boarding and much more.

If the sea calls, book a deep-sea fishing excursion, a scuba diving trip or snorkel adventure. Aruba’s entire south coast is a coral reef, with over twenty dive sites and eleven diver-friendly wrecks such as planes, a cargo ship, and sunken war ships. Aruba has been called the wreck-diving Capital of the Caribbean.

Read more about these, and other adventures in our Things to Do.