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Vacationers to Aruba will love the Costa Linda Beach Resort. The perfect island hideaway, Costa Linda Beach Resort, located on Eagle Beach, is one of the finest beaches in Aruba. Guests can enjoy a range of activities there organized for adults and children during the week. There’s something different every day ranging from pool and beach games to arts and crafts, bingo and live steel band music for adults while the children are kept busy with jewelry making, finger painting, building sand castles, a tug of war and a scavenger hunt on the beach.
Guest of the Costa Linda Beach resort are sure to be thrilled by Aruba’s amazing coral reef. Crystal-clear waters, multicolored marine life and a chain of coral reefs hugging the leeward coast make Aruba a popular scuba and snorkeling destination. If this wasn’t enough, the island has the added attraction of more than a dozen wrecks - including a 400-foot-long freighter to explore - leading some divers to call it the “wreck diving capital of the Caribbean.”
Divers can also see fish of all sizes ranging from the diminutive sergeant major, squirrelfish, silversides, wrasses and grunts to blue tangs, snappers, yellow tail and groupers. Lobster, shrimp and sea horses hide among the corals and sightings of spotted eagle ray, mantas, barracudas and sea turtles are frequent.
If you enjoy snorkeling but are still not quite ready to take that all-important resort course to become a fully-fledged diver, how about Snuba, which is a combination of snorkeling and scuba? You can also try the Sea Trek, a walk along the seabed wearing a special mask that enables you to breathe underwater. You do not need to be an expert swimmer or diver to enjoy either of these activities.
See the reefs without getting wet and show your children the wonders of the underwater world by booking a trip on a glass-bottomed boat, the Seaworld Explorer semi-submarine and the Atlantis Submarine, which takes you down to a depth of 120 feet.
Visitors can also enjoy a guided kayak trip along the sheltered southern coast and explore the mangrove forest, sea caves and a crystal-clear lagoon that was once a refuge for pirates. You’ll stop along the way for a spot of beach and snorkeling time. No previous kayaking experience is required.
Aruba is also an ideal location for windsurfing. The prevailing trade winds that blow across Aruba at a constant 15 knots cause choppy conditions along the windward shore, making beaches like Boca Grandi unsuitable for swimming and snorkeling but highly desirable for experienced windsurfers, kite boarders and surfers. Indeed, the island has its own windsurfing community and over the past few years, several local windsurfers have triumphed in international tournaments. The island also hosts the annual Hi-Winds Amateur World Challenge Windsurfing competition.
And visitors who enjoy fishing are sure to enjoy the splendor and excitement of Aruba. Guests who are an old hand with a rod and net or have always wanted to try fishing are sure to enjoy the waters around Aruba which provide plenty of challenges. Game fish such as sailfish, blue and white marlin, wahoo, tuna, bonito and dorado are plentiful year-round. Visitors can also charter a boat for a day or a half-day and the experienced crew will take them right to where the fish are running. Guest should be sure to help preserve local fish stocks by adhering to the catch and release policy, though.
As you can see, Aruba offers all kinds of excitement sure to please the entire family.
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