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Kayak through Aruba's calm waters and mangrove lagoons along Aruba's southern fringe.
The inherently quiet nature of kayaking enables paddlers to observe the birds and marine species living among the mangroves without disturbing them.
Organized tours set out from Savaneta, making their way up the coast to popular spots like Mangel Halto and the Spanish Lagoon. These tours offer knowledgeable guides and usually include snorkeling, swimming, beach time, and lunch for an entire morning of enjoyment for the whole family.
Aruba has in its proximity two private islands: Renaissance Island and De Palm Island.
Have a unique vacation experience by joining an underwater tour in Aruba by semi-submarine, real submarine, or sea trek.
Marvel at a diminutive damselfish as it guards its home by waving sea fans or encounter a school of blue parrotfish.
Amp up your Caribbean vacation with exhilarating motorized water sports on the gorgeous coastline of Aruba.
Glide across our tranquil waters on a paddleboard or catch a wave at one of our surf breaks.
Aruba's constant trade winds, extensive shallows, and challenging wave conditions make Aruba a surfer’s paradise.
The turquoise water of Aruba’s southern Caribbean sea embraces our happy island like a hug.
Catch your 'beauty of the ocean' and hop aboard one of many deep sea fishing charters in Aruba that hunt for game fish.
The calm waters of the Spanish Lagoon, a narrow inner bay of 2,000 meters long and up to 500 meters wide, are ripe for exploration by kayak. Due to the tidal action, a special wetland ecosystem has emerged, resulting in a high biodiversity. Besides a natural habitat for waterfowl, the inland bay is also an important nursery for reef fish and crustaceans. Spanish Lagoon is so unique that it is part of the Ramsar Convention.
If you prefer to explore the shores closer by the hotel area, many resorts and activity providers along Eagle Beach and Palm Beach also have kayaks for rent.