Geniet van Aruba vanaf uw eigen eiland! Stap aan boord van een reisbus met airconditioning naar De Palm Island, waar u kunt snorkelen in een onderwaterparadijs, rijk aan spectaculaire koraalformaties en kleurrijke vissen. Faciliteiten voor eten en drinken zijn beschikbaar. Ontspan in een hangmat onder het genot van een van de vele tropische drankjes of verleid uw smaakpapillen met heerlijke, vers bereide internationale en lokale gerechten. Of u nu een afgelegen plekje langs de kust opzoekt of meedoet aan verschillende activiteiten op het strand, zoals de tokkelbaan en de bungee-trampolines, de zon is uw constante metgezel.
Had a great day. Loads of food, plenty to drink, great snorkeling and easy to find a beach chair. Remember to bring a towel. Would recommend.
Bus was excellent but the food was horrible. Hot breakfast was cold. Bacon was burnt. Breakfast was horrible.
GREAT!!!! alot of fun, beautiful water and good food and drinks. will definately go back
We just spent a day at De palm Island. It was wonderful. Both the breakfast and lunch buffets were very good. I especially loved eating breakfast overlooking the water. It was extremely clean and the staff were very quick to remove our dirty dishes. There was planty of loung chairs for sun bathers and for people who want shade. There was an open bar all day and hot dogs, hambergers chicken fingers, and fries all day. The snockeling was very good equipment included. We were there a few years ago and they had one of there staff conducted a snorkeling tour but they did not do that this time. They also have a small water park. Even though it is small it was a lot of fun. They have a banana boat ride but the line was always long. We were there from open 9:00 to close 5:00. It went fast. Great day.
this place was fantastic. all the activities were great. the banana boat would have been more fun at a faster speed and if the obnoxious other passengers had been spoken to about their behavior. one of them almost knocked a little girl over even before we were actually moving because he kept swaying back and forth