Last Best Diving In Aruba Video

Last Best Diving In Aruba Video

Written by David Howell

After spending 25+ years successfully leading application development activities at an enterprise level, David moved toward pursuing his own passions full-time. He travels the world with his wife, Leslie, exploring nearby shore dives and remote atolls from liveaboards. Together, they document their adventures at TropicLens.com.

6 December 2020

The end of November brought the end of our time in Aruba. It started as an unplanned stop due to to Covid travel restrictions for US citizens, but turned out to be a terrific first leg for our island retirement. Despite our situation, we have been blessed to have met so many good people while in Aruba. Without waxing too philosophically, we were very glad to contribute our little bit to the island’s economy and recovery.

The diving was very nice, largely due to the terrific customer service at Pure Diving Aruba. We didn’t dive with JADS nearly as much, but we also enjoyed their northern boat dives and Sue’s (dive guide) critter spotting. We recommend both highly. But don’t take these words on their own. You can see for yourself! ­čÖé

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