Passport & Visa Information: No visa needed
Flight Time: Approx 9hrs
Local Currency: Aruban Guilder
Language: Dutch, Papiamento
Time Difference: -4hrs
Aruba is probably one of the least known Caribbean islands, making it have a more exclusive feel. Aruba offers some true luxury hotels right next to the calm blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. You can visit the islands capital of Oranjestad here you will find glitzy malls which are a true shoppers paradise. You can then head down to Palm Beach where you’ll find luxury hotels on the white powerdy sands. You’ll soon find out why the locals call Aruba “One Happy Island”
Aruba's cuisine draws on influences from a variety of countries around the world including the Netherlands, South America, Caribbean and Europe meaning theres plenty of choice. The Aruban's like to service simple less complex food but with a tongue tingling taste.uth Americea, Caribbean and Europe meanngtheres plenty of chose here. The Arubans like to serve simple and uncomplicated but with a great taste.
The beaches have a true desert island feel with white sand lined by palm trees. If you walk from Palm beach to Eagle beach you will walk over 11km of pure white sand.
Being a dutch owned island there is a dutch influence inparticular the capital Oranjestad with its brightly coloured gabled houses, you will feel as if you’re in Holland instead of Aruba. If you head to the north of the island you will find a windmill shipped in from the Netherlands. Theres plenty to do including watersports, hiking and biking.
With an average rainfall of only 20 inches per year and a daily temperature of 82 degrees, Aruba is situated outside of the hurricane belt makes it a perfect Caribbean destinations all year round.
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