De Palm Island - From $104

De Palm Island is Aruba’s only all-inclusive destination offering something for everyone. Whether you are a family looking for a day of fun and adventure together or a couple seeking to escape the hustle and bustle of the busy beach area for some relaxation and pampering.

Everything is included!

Families, friends, and couples will all enjoy a day in paradise with this private island’s all-inclusive experience at De Palm Island.

To the flamingo fans!

De Palm Island is now home to a beautiful flock of gentle flamingos that enjoy life in a reserved section of the island. Guests can visit the flamingos during opening hours 10am-5pm.

Beach Cabanas!

Luxury beach beds, refrigerator with beverages, sofa, dining area, towels, private shower and concierge service

De Palm Island: The All-Inclusive Experience

De Palm Island All Inclusive

All Inclusive Food and Beverage

De Palm Island


De Palm Island Kids Water Park

Kids Water Park

De Palm Island

Exciting Body Drop Slides

De Palm Island


De Palm Island

Banana Boat Rides

De Palm Island by bus

Including Bus Transportation

If you don’t have your own means of transportation, take the bus to the Island. Pickup from different locations on the island.

De Palm Island

Walk In

Park your car at the Palm Island Ferry Terminal for free. The ferry to the island runs all day.

Underwater Upgrades

Seatrek – A unique underwater experience

This unique underwater experience allows you to walk the seafloor on a custom walkway, wearing specially designed diving helmets and offering an up-close view of Aruba’s marine life. Even non-swimmers and those who don’t snorkel can feed a bevy of colorful tropical fish, view a sunken jeep, a bus, and pose for a photograph while sitting at the underwater Sea Trek Cafe.

Snuba – Snorkeling and Scuba at the same time

If you want to go beyond snorkeling and experience the world’s underwater beauty in the safest and easiest way possible, try SNUBA. With SNUBA you can breathe easily underwater without wearing heavy, restrictive dive gear.

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