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Malmok beach is part of the Arashi Underwater Park on the northern shore of Aruba. This beach is great for just about any water sport imaginable and the view is breath taking. The water is calm, the current is gentle, the reefs are shallow and the visibility is among the clearest in Aruba.
To reach Malmok Beach you need to travel south on 1B. When you reach the intersection of 1B and 2B you will see a small entryway. This will lead you directly to the beach. There are no forms of concessions stands on the beach and small huts give shade from the Caribbean sun.
Swimming, snorkeling, windsurfing, jet skiing, scuba diving or any other water sport you can think of can be enjoyed on Malmok Beach. Beautiful bays along this white coast line make it a wonderful place for enjoying swimming and snorkeling. There are several fish that are active along the shoreline and are a sight to see. The colorful and exotic fish can be viewed any time during the entire year and make for a wonderful treat to watch.
Windsurfing on Malmok Beach is excellent as the wind is always steady and gives you the chance to beef up on your windsurfing skills, or learn a new trick or two.
Snorkeling on Malmok Beach will be an awesome treat as you view the entire marine life around the area. Some of the tropical and exotic fish you may see include orange star fish, Queen Angels, juvenile Jew fish, fire worms and White Spotted Filefish. You may even spot a bed of starfish.
Just off the shore of Malmok Beach is the famous Antilla wreckage, that brings scuba divers from all over the world. The Antilla is a German freighter that was sank during World War II. The ship is still in tact and is a marvel to explore. Part of the ship is sticking up from the sea and many birds perch there waiting for their next meal. Snorkeling around the Antilla can be as exciting as diving into the chambers that are underwater. There is also a tanker close by that is also a famous dive spot.
Many rare and tropical fish call these wreckages home now. The wreckages are more of man-made reefs today because they host several varieties of marine life that are so beautiful that you will want to explore and capture with your camera.
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