Aruba Vacation 2009: Snorkeling at De Palm Island

Aruba Vacation 2009: Snorkeling at De Palm Island

Aruba Vacation 2009: Snorkeling at De Palm Island

De Palm Island is Aruba’s private island water park and beach.  We were able to visit De Palm Island as part of our Jeep Tour which was an incredible all day adventure.  We were supposed to SNUBA at De Palm Island but it was too windy and there were too many waves for us to go out and do this.  Snuba-ing is like scuba diving except that you are tethered to a boat that holds your oxygen.  Click on the links to find out more.  We did get some snorkeling in – but the waves were kicking up sand, and as you can see from the pictures, visibility wasn’t all that great.

Aruba Vacation Tip:  Spend some time at De Palm Island – there is a small water park for kids, opportunities to snorkel, SNUBA, and to just relax on the beach Buy your Tour Package to De Palm Island.

I used my Cricut machine to cut out the Titles on this page and spread them over the two pages to help tie them together.

Vacation Tip: If you are spending a day near water invest in several cheap waterproof camerasthat way you can get great underwater pictures like the ones on this spread, and you don’t have to worry about your expensive camera being stolen from your stuff on the beach while you are in the water.

Catalina Bay and Antilla Ship Wreck Snorkel Cruise – $48.99

Head out to the most famous snorkel spot in Aruba on this 3-hour Catalina Bay and Antilla Ship Wreck Snorkel Cruise! Discover the famous snorkel spot, Antilla Ship Wrek, as well as a variety of tropical fish and colorful coral. Along the way, you’ll stop by Catalina Bay – an ideal spot for beginner snorkelers. Enjoy a day out in the beautiful waters of the Caribbean on this snorkeling adventure!


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