Scuba Diving and Snorkeling Adventures In Aruba for Rookies and Masters

If your ideal day at the beach is spent exploring the wonders beneath the water's surface, rather than sun bathing on the sand, then this list is just what you're looking for. Palm Beach highlights our list of the best places in Aruba to arrange scuba diving and snorkeling trips, but there are plenty of other great diving centers and snorkeling operators spread throughout the island, willing to pick up guests no matter which resort they’re staying in.    
For beginning or first-time scuba divers, there’s an arrange of diving centers that offer excellent diving lessons, guided scuba dives, including the most respected and sought-after PADI certifications. Advanced divers are able to build up their diving experience at more challenging and deeper dive sites, or with a Search And Recovery Diver Course from Native Divers Aruba.
If snorkeling is more up your alley, deciding where to make reservations can trigger a headache, if it’s not clear what kind of snorkeling adventure you’re looking for. Buying or renting snorkeling gear at your resort and plunging into the nearest waters is an option. But what about an adventurous sailing trip past colorful reefs and ship wrecks to explore? De Palm Tours has a couple of exciting snorkeling expeditions, even for the youngest snorkelers. Or check out the more intimate snorkeling tours we’ve included in this list. Happy finning!  

Try Mi Dushi's "Taste of Aruba" sailing and snorkeling adventure. You will depart in the morning and feast on fresh baked goods and mimosas. Next, learn to snorkel and take a tour to the sunken WWII German freighter "Antilla." Then settle down...  Read More

Working with smaller groups than many of the other snorkeling operators on Aruba, Roberto's takes visitors to some of the best sites on the northwestern coast. Check out Arashi reef, Malmok, Boca Catalina or the wreck of the Antilla, and enjoy...  Read More

S.E.Aruba Fly 'n Dive offers regularly scheduled two-tank dives plus a wealth of specialty dives and PADI courses. Groups range from 4-14 divers so you'll never have a dive that's too crowded, and the shop rents and sells all scuba and snorkel...  Read More

Red Sail Sports Aruba operates nine full-service dive and water sports centers: at the Hyatt Regency, the Marriott (3), Renaissance Island, La Cabana Beach Resort & Casino, Amsterdam Manor, The Village (in front of the Radisson) and in the...  Read More

Eagle Beach

This small family operated dive and snorkel center, started out as a hobby and kept on growing till it became one of the most popular places for locals and tourists to learn how to dive, snorkel, swim and even do some aqua fitness. Aqua Windie's...  Read More

De Palm Tours, Aruba's largest tour company, has been operating on the island for over 40 years. Every possible activity can be arranged. Popular tours include the Palm Pleasure Snorkel Adventure; a half-day sailing and snorkeling expedition...  Read More

Unique Sports Of Aruba has been in business since 1991, offering tourists and locals a daily beginning scuba class and many dive trips per day. Snorkeling and SCUBA diving tours are also available on a daily basis, exploring popular sites such...  Read More

This small local business nestled on the glittering beach of Marriott's Aruba Surf Club, gives underwater visitors of all levels of experience the inside scoop on diving around Aruba, and with all the personal attention of owner Romeo included....  Read More

Captain Rene welcomes you aboard his 26 foot Bayliner deckboat called Rendezvous for an unforgettable encounter with Aruba's precious marine life. Compared to other snorkeling operators, Private Snorkeling Aruba offers the intimacy of smaller...  Read More

Happy Divers Aruba prides itself on being a small dive company that listens to the needs of its diving customers. By focusing on personal attention and patience, divers are able to enjoy the highest quality of diving and lots of fun. Whether...  Read More


Meet Liliana Erasmus

Born and raised in Aruba, Liliana moved to the Netherlands to continue her college education in Marketing. Since 1998 she’s been back on her beloved island, where she is working as a...  More About Liliana

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