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Thread: Do I need to book excursions before I go?

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    Smile Do I need to book excursions before I go?

    I am traveling Easter week and would like to go snorkeling. Should I book my excursion now or wait until I get there.

    Also - I think we are going to go with DePalm tours...Everyone talked highly of Depalm Water park, etc. and how child-friendly they are. But I see everyone talking about Tranquilo. Is that a company or a boat name? So many choices.
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    palmtours.com yes book it before you get here it is going to be busy season last december i saw a lot of sold out events in hight season
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    Quote Originally Posted by DinaCas View Post
    I am traveling Easter week and would like to go snorkeling. Should I book my excursion now or wait until I get there.

    Also - I think we are going to go with DePalm tours...Everyone talked highly of Depalm Water park, etc. and how child-friendly they are. But I see everyone talking about Tranquilo. Is that a company or a boat name? So many choices.
    Tranquilo is a boat name.
    Depalm Tours own the depalm water park, and also own the Palm Pleasure boat. They are a large tour company in aruba. You will see large tour buses around the island giving tours, picking up at the airport, dropping off for boat tours....nice operation.
    I would suggest you book early for the snorkeling, Easter week is busy and lots of things are closed Easter Sunday and Monday, therefore, pent up people wanting to do things...
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