Malmok is a great destination for the experienced diver who has a few dives under his belt and is ready to get right to diving. Malmok Beach in particular offers easy access, and as a shore dive, no boat is needed. Just swim out to the dive point and head down to see the shallow reef.
You'll find two dive services and at least 6 interesting dive sites to choose from.
If you're ready to take the plunge, you should consider Native Divers Aruba. When you choose Native Divers Aruba, you are diving with locals who have spent their lives diving off the Aruban coast. They offer PADI certifications as well as open water dives in a friendly, pressure-free environment that fosters learning rather than instills fear. At Native Divers, they like to say that you "come as a guest and leave as a friend." They are found within the vicinity of Palm Beach, 1.7 mi. South-Southeast of central Malmok.
Another good option is Red Sail Sports Diving. Experts in all things watersports on the island of Aruba, Red Sail Sports specializes in diving. Whether you're in need of certification, equipment, or a few hours under the sea, Red Sail can make it happen for you. You can reach them at (305) 454-2538.
Details regarding the area's dive services are shown in the chart below.
|Native Divers Aruba||(297) 586-4763||1.7 mi. South-Southeast of Central Malmok|
|Red Sail Sports Diving||(305) 454-2538||2.1 mi. South of Central Malmok|
Glance through this table to see some information concerning some of the area's better-known dive sites.
|Very Good||Open Water / CMAS *||60.0||12.6016579438||-70.0593990275|
To learn more concerning snorkeling, including useful tips and suggestions for both experienced divers and beginners, read this extensive Caribbean diving page.
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