Showing posts with label Snorkeling Aruba. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Snorkeling Aruba. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Your All-Inclusive Day

De Palm Island is Aruba’s only all-inclusive destination offering something for everyone. Whether you are a family looking for a day of fun and adventure together or a couple seeking to escape the hustle and bustle of the busy beach area for some relaxation and pampering. More

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

5 Aquatic Experiences at Barceló Aruba

Aruba Bound
Water, water everywhere. Barcelo Hotel Group has beautiful properties near water in Europe, North America, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. But the all-inclusive Barceló Aruba located on Palm Beach is an aquatic lover’s dream. The gorgeous turquoise waters are simply breathtaking, and the resort offers plenty of fun for travelers of all types.

Here are five aquatic experiences that guests are sure to love at Barceló Aruba.

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Find Out Why Aruba Is The Perfect Place For A Family Getaway

Aruba Bound

Aruba, aka, “One Happy Island,” is well known for its terrific beaches and dependable sunshine (it is well south of the hurricane zone). But could it keep my family (including two teenage boys) entertained and happy during a five day winter break? More

Friday, March 9, 2018

Adventures in Aruba

Snorkeling, Cruise, Flamingo beach, Safari, Paddle-boarding

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Join the Jolly Pirates’ “Save the Reefs” efforts

Kids learn first hand how we each can make a difference

Aruba Bound

ORANJESTAD, ARUBA October 13th, 2013– The underwater playground of Aruba’s reefs are a joy to visitors and considered a treasure to the local population, but it also represents home and breeding sites for reef fish as well as an important part of the overall marine ecosystem. Education continues to play a key role in helping to protect and preserve both Aruba’s marine life and reefs, and Jolly Pirates are helping to head that cause with its own “Save the Reefs” Bracelet Program. Funds generated from the program recently went to sponsor school kids attendance in classes on water safety, fish identification and responsible sailing and snorkeling.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Aruba Watersports Center

Aruba Bound
A few years back during one of our stays at the Radisson Aruba, we took our dd on a Discover Scuba dive, Scuba and the 10 year old, through Aruba Watersports Center. She was immediately enthralled with the sport. When we began our research to obtain her certification, we were looking for a similar type of experience with personalized service and one on one tutoring.

After doing a large amount of online research and communicating online with Aruba Watersports, we decided to reserve the Open Water Certification class with them. They were very prompt and professional in their emails and I was confident that it would be a good experience.