Aruba is a small Caribbean island 20 miles long by six miles wide, with some of the finest beaches you will ever see.
The 42 recognised dive sites in Aruba are set in clear water with a constant temperature of 28C and visibility of up to 30 metres. With only a few shore dives the majority of dives are within a short boat ride. Dubbed the ‘wreck diving’ capital of the Caribbean there are a number of famous sites including the Antilla and the Pedernales. Other dives such as Malmok Reef, Barcadera Reef and Lago Reef are packed with schooling fish and dramatic coral formations.
For the non-diver there are fine restaurants and shopping plus plenty of off-the-beaten-track options.
- Ideal for viewing: hawksbill turtle, giant frogfish, southern stingray, spotted eagle ray
Aruba & Curaçao
Aruba is renowned for its wrecks, Curaçao for its reefs. Both enjoy a warm year round temperature and fantastic underwater visibility.
Dubbed the ‘wreck diving’ capital of the Caribbean the tiny island of Aruba lies just north of Venezuela in the southern Caribbean along with its ‘sister islands’ of Bonaire and Curaçao.
The Mill Resort & Suites
The Mill is the best kept secret of the Palm Beach area, Curaçao. Conveniently located just steps away from the famous beach and ten minutes drive from the centre of town.
Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts
Located on a beautiful beach, these stylish and luxurious boutique properties are romantic and cater for adults only. Enjoy fine dining and a tranquil ambience in Aruba.