Doing good feels good, and we take great pride in keeping our 19-mile paradise beautiful. When you visit, join us in our commitment to protect our ecosystem, and return home happy, knowing you’ve left our environment even cleaner than when you arrived.
ARUBA REEF CARE PROJECT
Throughout the year, glass, rubber, metal, plastic and more is retrieved from reefs, beaches and shallow waters along our coast from Baby Beach to Arashi Beach. It is our largest volunteer environmental initiative, and attracts locals as well as volunteers from around the globe who snorkel, dive and comb Aruba’s beaches to keep our environment clean.
COASTAL CLEAN-UP DAY
Aruba joins 60 other nations in hosting an annual Coastal Clean-Up Day. The public and private sectors join together to clean up the coast, from Surfside to Wilhelmina Park, Arikok National Park, Baby Beach and more. This event usually takes place in September or October. For more information contact Vanessa Rasmussen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you’re here, stop by the Donkey Sanctuary, where we care for and feed our wild, four-legged friends. If you arrive early, you can even help with the daily chores of feeding and caring for the donkeys—they especially love apples and carrots. You can also adopt one of them for only $15 a month!
If you are interested in volunteering in Aruba, we’d love to have you. Just check our Calendar of Events before your visit!