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Thread: News re: DePalm Island RENOVATIONS

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    I know it would be too difficult for me . Did Jay’s son visit this park? Maybe ha has more insight on how difficult it is?
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    I think he did visit the inflatable water park 2 yrs ago. Jay watched I think.
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    So the waterpark is completely finished now I assume? We have been there twice now and always seem to enjoy our day there...especially snorkeling. We plan on going again the next time.

    Can you only see the flamingo's if you rent a private cabana? I seen it mentioned something about the private beach.
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    Contact DePalm for definitive answer.
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    We went 2 years ago and will go again this April with a friend CJ met at soccer camp last summer. He LOVED the park....he is very fit and had zero issues with any of the obstacles...he was tired at the end but loved every second of it. My wife did the park as well. She was able to do all the climbs but got worn out prior to CJ and spent some time floating in the water watching him.

    This park is a younger persons game for sure....if you are older and not in the best of shape it could prove someone difficult. Its worth the drive/taxi for kids/teens or in shape adults. I would not try the park with kids under 7 or 8....our son was 8 when he went and if he were much younger it would not have been nearly as enjoyable for him or us...The staff was excellent and always willing to help anyone needing any assistance.

    The little restaurant right on the beach was very inexpensive for lunch and drinks. The pizza was very good actually...one of the best ones in Aruba IMO.
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    I know it would be too difficult for me . Did Jay’s son visit this park? Maybe ha has more insight on how difficult it is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AudiaS4 View Post
    So the waterpark is completely finished now I assume? We have been there twice now and always seem to enjoy our day there...especially snorkeling. We plan on going again the next time.

    Can you only see the flamingo's if you rent a private cabana? I seen it mentioned something about the private beach.
    They let people come in to the private section a few people at a time and just for a look and a few pics. They have a person standing there to make sure the animals are not touched or harrassed. If you don't want to spend the full amount for a private beach cabana, they also have premium reserved seating in that area for a fraction of the cost of the cabana
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