• Malmok

    Equipped with mask, snorkel and fins, effortlessly you will feel almost a part of a different world.

    From the moment you enter the calm waters along Malmok Beach, beginner and advanced snorkelers enjoy this turquoise imbued paradise, well known for its crystal, clear shallow snorkel areas.  

    Fascinating sea critters play in and around the impressive rock formations that comprise most of the shoreline in Aruba.  Multi-colored residents of the tranquil world will curiously greet you, all in their colorful digs. Besides the interesting topography and the oodles and oodles of species of colorful fish, discover masses of energetic Silverside and Triggerfish, 

    Yellow tangs, spotted Pufferfish, the vibrant Queen fish and groupers have all found a safe habitat at Malmok’s shoreline.  Jolly Pirates guests can hang with schools of tropical fish and countless starfish species, sea urchins and crustaceans too.  There's a popular shoal of cool locals here which frequent the shallows.  Who knows, you might even be lucky enough to swim alongside a sea turtle.  

  • Boca Catalina Reefs

    Aruba visitors are wow-d as the Jolly Pirates schooners sail to the peaceful area at Boca Catlina

    Dotted with lovely beachfront homes on the picturesque Northeast side of Aruba, you can choose to swim along the calm, pristine shore of this white sandy beach.  But there's so much more to to discover at Boca Catalina, truly a beginner snorkeler’s dream.  The protected coves offer clear visibility at comfortable depths, ideal for both advanced and beginner snorkelers. 

    You will swim over underwater seascapes of colorful Sergeant – Major Damsel Fish and groupers which congregate amid a varied array of flora and fauna.   Multi – colored tropical fish dart in and out of these coral reefs bursting with colorful sea life.  Look closely and view pretty Angelfish grazing on sponges, blue parrot fish swim between delicate sea fans and the yellow striped grunts are hiding, by nature- its their stripes which allow the fish to protect themselves as they 'blend in' camouflaged against the coral.  

    Snap photographs with your underwater camera to capture it all and explore up-close the elk coral, brain coral and barrel sponges teeming with schools of deep blue tangs feeding on the corals. 

  • WWII German Shipwreck SS Antilla

    Host to fascinating marine life and rich in WWII History, the SS Antilla, consistently impresses Aruba visitors. 

    Scuttled by its own Captain and Crew at the onset of WWII- the 400 foot Antilla rests gently on her port side, on the ocean floor in only 60 feet of turquoise water.  

    So close in proximity to the coastal area in Aruba, this sunken treasure has become a dream site, fascinating novice snorkelers and experienced divers alike.  You will discover just below the sea’s surface magnificent marine life, brain corals, sea fans and sponges. Under the watchful eyes of the crew, snorkelers can swim over the extraordinary coral -encrusted Shipwreck which sits just below the surface and marvel at the hundreds of species of fish and marine life that made the German Freighter, its home. 

    Host to fantastic under-the-sea wonders, Sea turtles and countless schools of fish and sea critters, the WWII German wreck Antilla is a "do not miss' . The historical shipwreck Antilla, is arguably the most requested snorkel site in Aruba and considered one of the Caribbean's finest shipwreck sites.