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Aruba is one of the top vacation choices for travelers visiting the Caribbean. Aruba's most popular attractions include the amazing weather, beautiful turquoise water beaches, shopping, casinos,
watersports, excellent restaurants, high-energy nightlife and friendly people. Aruba vacation packages are available on this site with a selection from budget to luxury hotels.
There is so much to see and do in Aruba. Voted the 3rd best beat in the world, Eagle Beach is famous for its fofoti trees and the widest white sandy beach in all of Aruba. Palm Beach, Baby Beach, and Rodger's Beach are also worth visiting. You can enjoy just about every water sport including deep sea fishing, kayaking, parasailing, scuba diving, snorkeling, jetski, Seabob, Jetlev, kite & windsurfing.
The charming Dutch island of Aruba has outdoor markets with excellent shopping, beautiful beaches, lush gardens and colorful architecture. Walk along Wilhelminastraat lined with Dutch colonial buildings that typify the early days of Aruba. Frenchmen's Pass is the site of a historic battlefield and where gold was discovered in 1824 and Aruba's first industry began. On the windward side of the island, see the curious Divi Divi Trees and the famous Natural Bridge sculptured by wind and sea. Experience the gardens of Casibari and the quaint village of Noord. Stop at St. Ann's Church to see the lovely oak altar hand-carved in Holland.
View the wind-shaped rock formations at Ayo and Casibari;
bird-watching at Bubali Bird Sanctuary; go spelunking to see the
impressive Caiquetio petroglyphs at the entrance to the Fontein Cave in
Arikok National Park; enjoy spectacular views at the California Lighthouse. Climb the windswept steps to the peak of Hooiberg hill, Aruba's iconic mountaintop forged by ancient volcanoes. Take an adventure trek or go on horseback in Arikok National park to discover one of Aruba's hidden gems, the Natural Pool known as Conchi. This shell-shaped pool is surrounded by a large barrier of lava rocks that greet crashing waves from the Caribbean Sea.
Families can visit the butterfly farm, see baby ostriches at the Aruba Ostrich Farm, spend the day at Blue Parrotfish Water Park on private De Palm Island, take a UTV tour of the national park, visit Philip's Animal garden, or the Donkey Sanctuary.
The cuisine is a mix of Caribbean influenced by Dutch, South American and European flavors. With over 250 eateries on the island, you will also find lots of seafood, Italian & Asian options. Local dishes you may want to try include pan bati (cornflour pancake,) carni stoba (beef stew) and keshi yena (stuffed cheese.) The beachfront lounges, exciting casinos and lively clubs give plenty of options for those that want to enjoy the nightlife. Shoppers can stroll through downtown Oranjestad's streets lined with fragrances, jewelry, Dutch delicacies, Aruba aloe products, and Cuban cigars.
Some of the most popular resorts in Aruba are the Hyatt Regency Aruba, Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino, Aruba Marriot Resort & Stellaris Casino, Hotel Riu Palace, The Ritz-Carlton and the Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort and Casino.