scubaLet us provide you with daily two or one tank boat dive trips to reefs, wrecks, drift dives, night dives and deep dives to the best sites on the island. We can offer classes in the comfort of your own villa. Available are scuba equipment rental and trips include transportation,

PADI Dive Masters, tanks, weights, masks, fins, boat trips, fresh fruits and drinks.

One of the world’s premiere wreck-diving destinations, Bermuda is the only other island in the Atlantic that surpasses Aruba in the number of accessible wrecks. If you are looking for World War II casualties, you’ll find them here. Aircraft? Yes, Aruba has them.

Aruba’s wrecks consist of a mix of both intentional sinkings (artificial reefs) and marine casualties, providing incredible sites for wreck divers with a wide range of experience and interest. Marine life is both diverse and abundant – turtles, manta rays, stingrays, eagle rays, groupers, barracuda, moray eels and octopi all make their homes in Aruba. You’ll find brain and star coral, sea fans, barrel sponges and abundant reef fish, like yellow tails, scorpion fish and jacks in abundance.

Most of Aruba’s 42 dive sites are on the protected western and southern sides, with depths between 6 metres/20 feet and 30 metres/100 feet. No matter what your level of experience, you’ll find good diving in Aruba, from the Pedernales wreck in 11 metres/35 feet of water (especially popular with beginning divers) to the challenging 33-metres/110-feet deep Natural Bridge (strong currents make this an advanced diver-only experience).

Most Famous Dive Site

The 122-metre/400-foot Antilla is the largest shipwreck in the Caribbean. Scuttled by its German captain at the outbreak of World War II, this “ghost ship” (as it is known to the locals) is popular with every diver. At a maximum depth of only 18 metres/60 feet, part of the ship breaks the surface and it is also a popular snorkeling site.

Expect to see angelfish, yellowtail and lobster amongst the coral formations and giant tube sponges that cover the wreck. With its large open compartments, this freighter offers excellent wreck penetration diving. It’s also a popular night diving location.