I went on this snorkeling Trip on a Saturday. The food and drinks were amazing. The guides made everything super fun! If you come alone, you'll leave with a boat full of new friends. I totally recommend it!
Opt for a luxurious experience in Aruba on a lunchtime cruise with a difference. Unlike on other conventional cruises, this tour serves Champagne cocktails and unlimited drinks, a gourmet lunch, and a continental breakfast. Plus, you can customize your itinerary during three stops—each home to an abundance of marine life—where you’ll have the opportunity to snorkel or experiment with the “third lung” underwater breathing system.
Your half-day excursion begins at a designated meeting point on Aruba’s northwest coast, where you board your catamaran and find a comfortable spot on deck or on the sunbathing trampoline. As you set sail, your crew serves Champagne cocktails and a light breakfast of coffee, croissants, and juice.
During three stops, you can slip on a snorkel and discover Aruba’s abundant marine life. If you wish, you can try the “third lung” breathing system, which allows you to dive deeper using an oxygen supply on the surface.
Enjoy a lunch of seafood paella, fresh fruit, and chicken salad, accompanied by free-flowing drinks from the onboard bar. Your sail concludes at the original departure point in Aruba.
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The crew of the Pelican were truly friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable and very safety conscious! Croissants with ham and cheese and danish were nice to have! Of course alcohol was freely available! Snorkeling at first site was good, the current and choppiness at the wreck,...More
We had a beautiful day. Everything was as promised in their promotions. However, having had similar experiences on other islands, we had expected a little more. The crew was nice and knowledgeable. Our snorkeling trips were all very close together, but recognize it’s a small...More
This was one of the highlights of our trip! The crew was amazing and drinks flowed freely. The first stop for snorkeling was beautiful, had lots of fish and had calm waters. The sunken ship (second stop) had rougher waters, and a few people had...More