Big Game Fishing in Aruba

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Aruba is a great paradise island in the Caribbean. The people are very friendly and Aruba is an island of hospitality and laughter. Crime rate is very very low. As a matter of fact it is one of the very few islands in the Caribbean where cruise ships stay overnight, which means that even at night it is safe for tourists to visit the city (compare that to other islands). Besides the pearly white beaches, the crystal clear waters and the permanent north east trade wind that cools of the heat, Aruba has much more to offer. How about fishing? There are many ways to fish. Just from the shores or a pier, with a little boat in the lagoon (great to catch barracudas) or the real thing, BIG GAME FISHING. Your Fishing Vacation in Aruba will be the adventure that you will tell your grandson about As a sport fishing enthusiast you will find excellent saltwater fishing opportunities.

Your fisherman's skills, determination and strength will be tested to the utmost when fighting with some of the most majestic fishes in the ocean. Many people only dream of such an adventure. Just combine it with your vacation in Aruba. Your dream can come true at far less expenses than most people imagine

Aruba's fishing experts will take you offshore, where you can and will catch Marlin, Sailfish, Tuna, Wahoo, Dolphin, Mackerel, Red Snapper, Grouper and many more.

Most places along the beaches of Aruba offer access to charter boats. The captains are experts and offer you exciting offshore salt water adventure. Fishing boats can be chartered for around $250 dollars for half a day up to around $600 for a full day. The charters include everything you will need from instruction to fishing gear.

Combined with the perfect weather, the white beaches of Aruba and the crystal clear water, Aruba fishing will stay in your memory and heart forever.

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This article was published on 2010/03/29