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

Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Congratulations to the Donkey Sanctuary Aruba Upon Celebrating Their 25th Anniversary

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The first donkeys came to Aruba from Spain at the end of the 1400’s. They were imported because there was a need for means of transportation for people and goods. Early in the 20th century there were some 1400 donkeys on the island.

Everything was fine until the first cars hit the roads; in the 1950’s the number of cars had increased a lot and donkeys became redundant. They were released in Aruba’s countryside and that was not always a good idea: the Aruban donkey became almost extinct; this was due to measures of the government as well as to car accidents.

Tuesday, April 19, 2022

What to do in Aruba: The ultimate one week itinerary

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A popular destination for sun-seekers and those on the cruise ship circuit, there are plenty of fun Aruba day trips including boat rides along the coast, lounging on world-class beaches, submarine rides and ATV tours through the surprisingly arid, cactus-strewn desert. Read MORE

Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Prohibited by law: Tourist leaving the island with seashells, white sand and corals

It is completely prohibited to take any seashell, sand and coral outside of Aruba, this in order to protect the environment. Read MORE

Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Attractions and Sightseeing locations in Aruba

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There are enough sightseeing locations on the island to fill up a month-long vacation. Aruba’s beaches are a big attraction, and although it’s great to spend long days just relaxing on the beach and listening to the ocean, there are also plenty of opportunities to get to know Aruba’s most attractive sights, historical and natural attractions, and museums. Check out these attractions you don’t want to miss! Read MORE

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Tropic lockdown: my family vacation in quarantine

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If someone in your clan has to get COVID, Shawna Cohen’s experience suggests you let it happen in Aruba — weather aside, they seem have a better and more compassionate approach. Read MORE

Tuesday, January 18, 2022

9 Favorite Outdoor Adventures In Sunny Aruba

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One happy island for outdoor adventures, the island of Aruba is a gorgeous spot in the Caribbean. Aruba treats guests to a sunny outdoor adventure playground. It’s perfect for relaxing on gorgeous beaches, swimming in hidden away natural pools, taking exciting off-roading rides, and exploring turquoise water-focused outdoor activities. Read MORE

Tuesday, January 4, 2022

Top 7 beaches in Aruba

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Honestly, it doesn’t take much to sell Aruba. The beautiful southern Caribbean destination has been attracting visitors for years. It’s the perfect place to relax, to be pampered and to explore the truly unique terrain. But it’s the beaches that steal the show. From Eagle Beach to Baby Beach here are the best beaches in Aruba for snorkeling, swimming and families. Read MORE

Tuesday, November 2, 2021

The Future Of Aruba: Hot New Hotels, Spas And Dining For 2022

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Located 15 miles north of Venezuela, and out of the hurricane zone, Aruba is only 19 ½ miles long and 6 miles wide, yet it is filled with so many things to do and see you are hard pressed to make decisions. Most visitors return to their favorite restaurants and hotels, but I wanted to get a few insiders views of what is new and noteworthy on the island. Read MORE

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Conchi Natural Swimming Pool

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Discover one of Aruba's most well known secret natural swimming pools. This swimming hole can be found in Arikok National Park. Read MORE

Friday, July 30, 2021

10 Reasons Why Aruba should be Your Next Vacation

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Whether couple or family, on the ocean or below the ocean, the weather in Aruba is always perfect! Here are nine other reasons why you should vacation in Aruba. Read MORE