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For everyone who wants to experience the real beach and surf vibes, Vela Sports Aruba is the hangout place to be!

Over 30 years of experience in teaching wind- and kitesurfing, Vela Aruba was the first place to introduce SUP yoga. Ever since, Vela has been the hang out for beach & water sport enthusiasts.

Whether you like to take it easy or if you are looking for the real thrill, there is an activity for everyone who visits Vela. Come and be part of our beach life as you are welcomed by our professional, friendly & passionate staff.

Vela offers windsurfing and kitesurfing lessons for beginners and advanced riders, kayaking, snorkeling, paddle boarding, pedal boating, beach cruiser bikes and kayaks. Buy the Day Pass (GBP 60) if you want to have a full day of easy accessible activities. For the chill turtles among us, there are hammocks, fresh infused water, beach chairs, floats and a lounge area to watch the action going on.

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The special Beach & Paddleboard Program gives the schedule of lessons in Paddleboard Yoga, Paddleboard Body Fit, Paddleboard Pilates, and Beach Bootcamps. Private lessons are always available upon request. Vela Sports Aruba works with experienced and well-known instructors.

Feel free to call or drop by on any day of the week between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. The staff is there to welcome you and give you the beachy surf vibes. All lessons can be booked at the front desk throughout the day.

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