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Floating serenely through a quiet underwater world full of surprises… Once you’ve been bitten by the diving bug, there’s no going back. Try out the crystal-clear Caribbean waters of Aruba, for instance, and you'll experience culture shock in Technicolor. The coral reefs in particular seem to be an entirely different planet.
Coral reefs are often called the ‘jungles of the ocean’ because they are among the most diverse underwater ecosystems on the planet. The jungle terminology is sometimes adopted literally, such as when naming the parrot fish, of which the waters around Aruba are teeming. Sometimes you can hear them nipping at the coral with their ‘beaks’. The number of coral reefs to explore on Aruba is enormous, but here is a top 3.