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Close to Aruba there are two private islands, Renaissance Island and De Palm Island.
Escape the hotel scene and find relaxation and adventure by visiting Aruba's private islands.
Easily accessible by boat, Aruba's private islands can be enjoyed by purchasing day passes.
The turquoise water of Aruba’s southern Caribbean sea embraces our happy island like a hug.
Kayak through Aruba's calm waters and mangrove lagoons along Aruba's southern fringe.
Join the fun of parasailing on Palm Beach and experience the exhilaration at the moment the parachute fills with air.
Amp up your Caribbean holiday with exhilarating motorised water sports on the gorgeous coastline of Aruba.
Aruba's constant trade winds, extensive shallows and challenging wave conditions make Aruba a surfer’s paradise.
Enjoy a unique holiday experience by joining an underwater tour in Aruba by semi-submarine, full submarine, or a sea trek.
Glide across our tranquil waters on a paddleboard or catch a wave at one of our surf breaks.
Marvel at a diminutive damselfish as it guards its home among waving sea fans, or encounter a school of blue parrotfish.
Renaissance Island is reserved for guests of the Renaissance Hotel and the Renaissance Suites. Since these hotels are located in the harbour area of Oranjestad, the Renaissance has purchased this private island to offer their guests a sandy protected beach just offshore.
Renaissance Island scheduled ferries transport their guests from the Renaissance hotel properties directly to a small, secluded island that features a restaurant, spa, water sports, hammocks, private cabanas and every other amenity that a sun worshipper will need to spend an afternoon in paradise.
Day passes are $99. For more information visit http://www.arubaprivateisland.com/
De Palm Island
At the mouth of Spanish Lagoon in the Caribbean Sea lies a stretch of coast, the private island of De Palm Island. Due to the beautiful coral reefs with colourful tropical fish, especially the large purple-blue parrot fish, the island is one of the most popular diving and snorkelling spots in Aruba.
De Palm Island is home to the colourful, twisting slides that make up the Blue Parrotfish Water Park as well as the base for excellent snorkelling, snuba and seatrek adventures. This private island is just a five-minute ferry ride from the mainland. Hammocks, food and beverage facilities and a playground are all available.
De Palm Island is an all-inclusive attraction, for more information visit http://www.depalmisland.com/