Showing posts with label Aruba Culture. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Aruba Culture. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Find Out Why Aruba Is The Perfect Place For A Family Getaway

Aruba Bound

Aruba, aka, “One Happy Island,” is well known for its terrific beaches and dependable sunshine (it is well south of the hurricane zone). But could it keep my family (including two teenage boys) entertained and happy during a five day winter break? More

Friday, March 30, 2018

Friday, March 24, 2017

Aruba Downtown Walking Tour

An authentic experience with local experts exploring Aruba History, Traditions, Museums and Culture by foot. More than 30 sites!


Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Aruba Birdlife Conservation

A call for support to stop the destruction of nature areas in Aruba. Sign the petition here:

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Cadushi Festival Aruba

Cadushi Festival, which is Papiamento for Cactus Festival, is a gathering of local artists and creative vendors in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere.

This festival showcases local artists, creative small business owners, and out-of- the box entrepreneurs.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Grace Ashruf with Art for Global Change to Liftoff in New York

Aruba Bound
Oranjestad / New York - It is time to welcome an aspiring name, to the artistic dominions of New York City! ArtExpo New York 2016 is Grace Ashruf’s first opportunity to have a solo art exhibition in the United States.  You are welcome to visit and embrace the amazing artwork collection ‘Global Warming’ of Ashruf at SOLO booth number S-121, named  ‘Grace Ashruf – Aruba ‘, at the ArtExpo New York 2016, located at Pier 94 in New York City, between 14 and 17 April 2016.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Cosecha - Aruba Craft Design & Heritage

Cosecha is as a design store in which you can immerse yourself in discovering genuine and locally made arts and crafts.

Cosecha is located in a 100-year-old monument of which's restoration was finalised in 2015 and lead by Aruba's Monumenten Bureau. The monument at Zoutmanstraat #1, in front of the Protestant church in Oranjestad and built in 1910, is an attraction in itself. Visitors with a bit of an interest for cultural history will want to get the feel of the monument and see original details inside. In 1910, seen from the porch deck, there used to be a view of the bay. It served as a government office for differente departments and housed the Archeological Museum for many years.

Cosecha Aruba

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Plan a Trip to Visit Aruba with These Travel Guide Tips

Find things to do in Aruba with the tips in our travel guide. From diving excursions to testing your luck at a casino, Aruba has something for everyone. More

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Sail Aruba’s Event Program Packed with Excitement

Aruba Bound
The Sail Aruba 2015 event program is packed with excitement to fulfill the likes of young and old. The waterside activities will go hand in hand with actions pertaining to the Open House of the Dutch Marines’ 350 year celebration, a kids’ corner, downtown walks and activities, miniature boat races in front of the Governor’s house, and a Sail in Cinema hosted by the Renaissance Resort & Casino.

The Sail Aruba 2015 event program is now online at

The two full day event will open on Friday, May 1st, 2015 at 10:00 am. The public will be able to park in the vicinity of the Port of Oranjestad and walk over to the Main gate entrance (near Diamond’s International), where they can enjoy the local Seafood Festival, Open Market, Visit to all the ships in port, and the Port Exhibition “The Hearbeat of Oranjestad” at the main cruise terminal.