Aruba’s nickname is “one happy island”, and it certainly is. The island welcomes visitors each season and is a fan favorite travel destination. Where to stay and where to eat are a huge part of the Aruban experience. If you want to live like a local and grub on tasty island food, then keep on reading.Continue reading “What to Eat & Where to Stay in Aruba”
“When planning my visit to Aruba, Aritok was one of the selling factors for me, and it did not disappoint. The bluest water, strong sea breeze, and desert-like terrain are completely unlike anything I have ever seen before”.
You really can’t go wrong visiting one of the many beaches in Aruba. As a small island you can easily get from one beach to another, so why not enjoy all of Aruba’s beaches. 1.) Mangel Halto Immediately, I see the teal waters and smell fresh fish. The mangroves canopy the beaches edge with shallowContinue reading “8 Gorgeous Beaches To Visit In Aruba”
When I first booked the trip to Aruba I had vague information about rock climbing in Aruba. Assuming the best I didn’t realize that finding the climbing areas would be as difficult as it was. After researching a little more as my departure date got closer I realized the rock climbing in Aruba may notContinue reading “Everything You Need to Know About Rock Climbing In Aruba”
So much time and energy can go into planning a trip, only for the itinerary to fall apart once you get to your destination. Here are some things you must know in order to get the most out of your expedition and to experience the culture of Aruba in a way that the locals would approve of.