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In 2018 De Palm Island will celebrate it’s 30th anniversary as one of Aruba’s premier attractions for both visitors and locals alike.
“It has not been an easy journey to get De Palm Island where it is today,” says Warren Stanley, General Manager of De Palm Corporation, “but with a lot of trial and error we were able to find the right business model which has been embraced by our customers both locally and by those visiting from abroad.”
Around the year 2000 De Palm Island switched to an all-inclusive concept and six years later added a waterpark, both of which proved to be very successful game changes to the overall appeal of the island. This year De Palm Island will welcome over one hundred and ten thousand visitors, thirty percent of which are locals.
Most major local companies celebrate their family days on the island which provides companies with an easy alternative to planning and pleasing their employees. More recently, four luxury private cabanas have been added to the product line and over the course of the next three months three private day villas and flamingoes will also be added.
De Palm Island’s complete product line includes all inclusive F&B, banana boat rides, zip-line, air-jumpers, snorkeling, waterpark and daily salsa lessons. Other features like SNUBA, SeaTrek, spa, tattoos, private cabana and day villa rentals are available for an additional fee.