Showing posts with label Sightseeing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sightseeing. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

10 Of The Nicest & The Best Beaches In Aruba

These beaches are necessary to visit in order to make the most out of your Aruban vacation.

Aruba Bound

When you think of the name “Aruba,” chances are, you’re picturing stunning beaches with white sand softer than you could ever dream up. Maybe some palm trees, bright blue waters, and the calming relaxation of paradise. Your imagination is right, and is also underestimating the beauty of Aruba’s beaches. To experience the best of them that Aruba has to offer, we’re here to guide you in the right direction. Read MORE

Tuesday, August 23, 2022

Best things to do in Aruba: A 2022 guide

Aruba Bound

Aruba may be a relatively small island, measuring just 70 square miles, but the One Happy Island is bristling with fun things to do! 

While everyone’s aware of our perfect weather, and you’ve most likely encountered plenty of pretty pictures of our beautiful beaches and gently swaying fofoti trees, you might be left wondering: what are the top things to do in Aruba? 

Fortunately, you’ve come to the right place, because this Guide will introduce you to the top-rated activities and Aruba attractions for 2022. Read MORE

Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Jolly Pirates: Aruba’s Best Snorkel Experiences

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Heading to Aruba on a cruise ship? Most likely you’re visiting some of the ABC islands and have a decent amount of time on the island. You absolutely can do Aruba’s best snorkel excursion. Read MORE


Tuesday, August 9, 2022

MyAruba: The new Aruba app to explore Aruba

Do you want to explore Aruba? Try myAruba! The app that helps you select all amazing spots on Aruba. Check it out now.

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Our Top Ten Beaches in Aruba - Earth Trekkers

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Grab your favorite swim suit, your beach towel and start exploring! Read MORE

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