We booked a private boat to take us out snorkeling for two hours at two different locations. The price of the snorkeling was rather cheap for including refreshments! The two young men aboard the ship were fantastic and friendly. They knew a lot about the island and were great. The locations of snorkeling were great, a beautiful reef and a sunken WW2 German ship. I would highly recommend their tours to anyone anytime and they have convinced me to visit Aruba in the future.
Spent a couple of hours at a private beach, it was decent, but a little rocky. Would probably spend the day downtown in the future rather than the beach.
The tour was very informative, our guide added a lot of humor to the ride and brought a lot of daily occurrences of the island related to politics. I really got a sense of how it is to live on Grand Turk, we made two really short stops, one in Downtown, there was a small souvenir marketplace and a nice dock, and one by the lighthouse which was surrounded by wild donkeys and very beautiful scenery!
Beautiful place with a lot of great landscape. The museum was interesting as is the story behind the location. Beautiful architecture, a must see when visiting La Romana, the entrance fee is only five dollars, but it is worth it.
Not very far from the port, and one must ask to be taken here, but it is well worth it! The underground caves are absolutely breathtaking, and the tour guides were very informative. The grounds are well maintained, a must see at La Romana, tours are done in either Spanish or English.