There's some surfing on the island at Wariruri, a little bay about 3.5 km. south of the Alto Vista Chapel on the North Shore. Waves are wind generated, it's a beach break, so no perfect surf but still a lot of fun. Throughout the winter months we can get some good swell, and the spot to surf then is the reef at Arashi by the lighthouse. This is a reef break and when it's going off there's nice lefts and rights. Surf boards can be rented, just visit us at the front desk.
Explore Aruba's thriving reefs in air-conditioned comfort and under normal atmospheric pressure, aboard the 65-foot US Coastguard approved Atlantis submarine; Atlantis VI. A chance to visit the underwater wonderland in complete safety without getting wet. Total tour time is 2 hours; 1 hour reef dive that descends to a maximum depth of 150' right in the heart of the spectacular Barcadera reef, and 1 hour cruise on the "Dorado" catamaran to get to and from the dive destination. Operating 6 days a week (not on Sundays) and with hourly dives. For more information or reservations you may check with us at the front desk.
This is the world's first semi-submarine; the explorer does not dive down but stays on the surface, you are seated in an underwater observatory beneath the explorer where you remain in open air. Goes to shallower reefs where you pass through beautiful coral formations, and to the Antillea, the famous German shipwreck sunk during W.W.II. Operating Monday through Sunday, 3 times a day; 9.30 / 11.30 / 01.30, and will take about 1,5 hour. For more information and reservations you may check with us at the front desk.