Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The following are Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) by our guests. If you cannot find the answer to your specific question, please feel free to contact us.
Your tour begins near the site of Aruba’s first capital, historic “Savaneta,” a village located on the southeastern part of the island.
Our tours run daily, Monday through Saturday. There are no tours on Sunday unless requested in advance.
Yes. Our pickup schedule is as follows:
High Rise (Marriott to Phoenix) – 8:30am
Low Rise (Amsterdam Manor to Tamarijn) – 8:45am
Town Rise (Renaissance to Talk of The Town) – 9:00am
- Kayak along the coastal mangroves of Aruba, passing secluded beaches and exploring the beautiful southeast part of the island
- Snorkel the barrier reef (equipment provided)
- Explore the Mangrove forest
- Relax on the beach
- Enjoy lunch at the National Brewery & Balashi Beer Garden
- Wear a bathing suit
- Sneakers or shoes that can get wet
- T-shirt or cover up
- Waterproof camera
Yes. After snorkeling, one of our guides will take you to the “Balashi Beer Gardens” for lunch.
You have a choice of a few different items on the menu, including: burgers, wraps, salads, etc. Included with your meal is a non-alcoholic beverage of your choice. Alcohol is not included.
Yes. Please book online or call the reservations office before ticketing to guarantee your space. The reservations office phone number is 297-582-5520.
Monday – Friday: 8AM to 5PM
Saturday & Sunday: 8AM to 11AM
After Hours: Leave a message on answering machine
*Bookings require payment in full.*
We take up to 13 people on our tours.
We offer both 1 and 2 seat kayaks.
Safety & Restrictions
Please note that this tour is physically active and general good health is necessary.
Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult on a two seater kayak.
13 years of age and up can choose either a one seater or two seater kayak.
Since you will be kayaking along the coast line, the pick-up driver will be able to follow the tour in the van. So for your convenience, you will be able to stop kayaking at any time and jump in the van if you don’t wish to continue kayaking.
No, you do not have to be experienced to participate. We take inexperienced as well as the experienced. However, life jackets are required to be worn by all participants throughout the tour.
Upon arrival at the launch area your kayak guide(s) will give you a well explained, short, and fun set of instructions. These instructions will provide you with procedures on how to easily get in and out of the kayak, how to paddle and steer, and most importantly how to sit on the kayak.