This tour is longer version of my other tour on Airbnb Exp.: "See the southeast of Aruba by kayak" Because the Tour has an different start and end location, we will meet at the our final destination. Together depending on the size of the group( max 4) I will arrange transport to the starting point Cura cabai almost at the other side of the island. Larger groups are possible up to max 6 persons(alternative transport should be arranged). After an brief explanation on the equipment, conditions and the stops we will start our journey. We will kayak down wind for an easy ride to see Savaneta, Pos Chikito, Isla de oro, Mangel halto, rifs of aruba (where some locals spent there free time), De Palm island, Barcadera harbor, see the less pleasant site of Aruba to continue to pass by Renaissance island and even step on. There is always an chance to see sea turtles, breeding birds and other animals along the way. At the end their is an possibility to experience an plane pass/land over you're head to reach our final destination. At the end you can choose to enjoy the Surfside/Nikki beach and even grab something to eat or drink at the beach snack close by. Along the way we are able to take as many stops as you wish, typically 5/6 are taken, where I will provide for some small snacks and refreshments. It is okay to bring along you're own refreshments or snacks. Snorkeling is not possible
For the last years I have been exploring Aruba on kayak either personal or with family and friends. I wished I could say I have done the whole island, but certain area's are simply not always safe to kayak . I have gained so much experience in kayaking an discovering the site's where other tourist simply are not able to easily visit. I want to offer the other beauties of Aruba by kayak.
Small tasty snacks
Nothing refreshes better than water
full equipped sit-on-top Kayaks and life jackets for you're safety.
Southeast side of the island, Isla de oro, several nameless Rifs of Aruba, Nikki Beach, these we will actually step on, other locations we will only pass by on kayak.
Explore the southeast of Aruba by kayak