Some things To Do in Aruba

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Eagle Beach

Voted third best beach in the world and we can definitely see why! Home to Aruba’s famous fofoti trees and the widest white sandy beach of the island, Eagle beach is a must visit and a favorite of many. This gem is located just south of the hotel area (Palm Beach) and offers the perfect site for a nice, chill beach day.

Palm Beach

 also known as the High rise area with its hotels, palm trees, white sand, clear blue waters; basically everything you need and want in life. Palm Beach is the perfect example of luxury at its best. There are plenty of fun activities to do if you are looking for some adventure. You could take kite/windsurfing classes for example, or challenge yourself on one of the tubes. Besides all of that, you can also just take a moment to relax and enjoy the beach while enjoying a drink.

Oranjestad

Oranjestad is a unique blend of old and new that lends a distinctive charm to Aruba’s capital. A bustling harbor city, Oranjestad’s streets and malls are dotted with international luxury retailers, diverse boutiques, and dazzling jewelry stores. Fascinating restored landmark buildings are found along the way, such as the green “stadhuis” housing the City Hall where legal marriages are performed.

San Nicolas

Rich in history, culture and architecture, a true reflection of the inhabitants of San Nicolas and their daily lives. The city is full of dualities. San Nicolas is both old and new, strong and traditional yet constantly evolving. ​San Nicolas’ artistic side has always been prominent. With Aruba’s Carnival originating in the city, the artistic development was set in motion. San Nicolas is known its fast-paced rhythms and beats. Recently, visual art through magnificent murals entered the its main street.

Sunset

Aruba is also known for its beautiful sunsets. You can enjoy it almost every night. The sunsets take place between 6pm and 7pm. You can reserve dinner at one of the great restaurants with a sunset view or even dine on the beach, or you can snuggle along the coast to enjoy the sunset in a relaxed atmosphere.

Aloe Factory & Museum

Back in 1840, the aloe vera wonder plant was introduced in Aruba. Soon, two-thirds of Aruba’s surface was covered with aloe vera plants and Aruba became the world’s largest aloe exporter.

The first aloe vera plants were planted on 150 acres of land at the Hato plantation which is still used today to grow the aloe for all Aruba aloe products. You can visit the aloe plantation, along with the aloe museum and factory during daily guided tours.

Tour guides will explain you all about the aloe plant and its uses and you will have the opportunity to learn all about the 160-year old aloe history of Aruba in the museum which is a national depository for ancient aloe tools and equipment with a complete library on the history, manufacture and qualities of aloe vera.

Alto Vista Chapel

Alto Vista Chapel is a small Catholic chapel also known as “Pilgrims Church” that stands on the hills above the north shore of the sea and to the northeast of the town of Noord, on the island of Aruba, 27 km north of the coast of Venezuela. The church, painted on the outside in stark bright yellow, makes it a conspicuous religious monument for people to visit. The present Chapel of Alto Vista was completed in 1952 and stands in the same location as the original chapel, which was built by Domingo Silvestre, the Venezuelan missionary from Santa Ana de Coro, Venezuela, in 1750.

The Alto Vista Chapel was stated to be the location where conversion of Aruban Indians to Christianity started.

Car Rental

We always recommend people to rent a car, even if you have rented an apartment near the beach. In Aruba, things are far apart and a car makes it so much easier to get around the island and visit different beaches and places of interest.

XL Car Rental Aruba is a company that we warmly recommend. They have excellent service and good quality cars. You can always contact us and we will arrange the car rental for you so that you don’t have to worry as much during your stay with us.

Why Aruba ?

Why you should visit Aruba

Our happy island is blessed with natural beauty, blissful weather and the warmest people you’ll ever meet eager to welcome and embrace you. Aruba consistently ranks as one of the safest destinations in the Caribbean

Bathed in the warmth of a turquoise sea and cooled by trade winds, Aruba is the happy home to constant sunshine and powdery-soft white-sand beaches.

But our island is also alive with sights, sounds and culinary delights found on no other Caribbean island. With surprising natural wonders to explore, and countless ways to relax, indulge your wild side and find happiness, however you want to.

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