About Adventure Sports Aruba

Adventure Sports Aruba offers a wide variety of water sports and activities for small groups of two to six people. These activities can be combined together to form a full-day program, or staggered over multiple days for an action-packed holiday you won't forget in a hurry. Take your pick from incredible excursions and activities and make some unforgettable memories with friends and family, with activities including:

We put the emphasis squarely on you enjoying yourself and want to make sure you have a holiday you'll remember forever. We'll tailor the schedule of activities to meet your individual needs and requirements, making sure you don't waste a minute of your time in Aruba. Our staff have been working on and around the island for years, so you can count on their experience for recommendations on the best places to water ski, dive, fish and more. You also benefit by avoiding the usual tourist hotspots that are prone to overcrowding. If you'd like to dive, but don't have your open water certification (PADI) yet, there's no need to worry. You can get clued up with an introductory dive at the enclosed lagoon, or complete a two-day training course with full, open water certification at the end of it. Once you're certified, it's time to get out and explore the open water around Aruba. From stunning coral reefs to some of the most vibrant fish species of the Caribbean, you've no shortage of marvels to look forward to here.

It's easy to put together a bespoke package of exciting activities. Enjoy a spot of sailing with family or friends, kayak along the golden beaches of this iconic Caribbean island, or cast off and enjoy some fishing. Whatever you want to do, we're here to help make those dreams a reality.

When the action is done for the day, choose to return to our private pier and indulge yourself with a bite to eat and a refreshing drink. It’s the perfect way to close any day – you can socialise with your nearest and dearest as you watch the evening sun set over the gorgeous waters of the Caribbean.