Aruba offers an ideal climate and something to satisfy every traveler's vacation pleasure. Here, the rainfall averages less than 20 inches a year leaving an endless supply of warm sunny days soothed by constant trade breezes.
The unique island culture blends Dutch heritage with a relaxed and carefree Caribbean way of life. Aruba's rich history and ethnic roots is apparent throughout the island from the Arawak Indian cave paintings and abandoned gold mines to the windmill dotted country-side and the Dutch colonial architecture.
Aruba has plenty to offer both beach lovers and adventure enthusiasts. Try the hybrid sport of scuba diving and snorkeling known as "snuba" and explore the marine life 20 feet below the water's surface - while breathing normally! Enjoy a parasailing adventure, board a sunfish, or find out why Aruba is one of the best spots on earth for windsurfing.
From sunny days to dazzling nights filled with a huge variety of international cuisine, bouncing nightclubs and casino thrills, happiness overflows in this island paradise.
After sunset, Aruba is renowned for its wealth of dining options.. Aruba tempts you with a savory international cuisine, with French, Italian, Dutch, German, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican and other influences. The, watch the island come alive at a glittering nightclub or casino. Fall in love all over again on a romantic sunset cruise or see how limber you are on a popular limbo night !
Natural Bridge - Centuries of pounding surf created this picturesque natural bridge. Watch the surf spray like a geyser through crevices in this volcanic rock formation.
Oranjestad - The island capital is brimming with shops, handcrafts, and a restaurant to please every palate. An ideal walking city, it will charm you with its Dutch Colonial architecture. Be sure to stroll the harbor, where a waterfront market offers fresh fish and spices from Venezuela, and visit the restored 17th-century fort, Fort Zoutman.
Hyatt Regency Aruba - The beachfront Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino offers luxury redefined. Exquisite Italian, Japanese and Continental cuisine can be enjoyed at four restaurants, while water sports are served up by Red Sail Sports. The resort also features a multi-level pool complex with two whirlpools, full service spa and fitness center, tennis courts and more.
Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino - Right on Palm Beach, this hotel boasts Aruba's largest casino plus an invigorating health spa offering body treatments, massages, and even massage lessons. Waterfalls and fountains surround the free-form pool, a favorite place for socializing. All rooms have large balconies with view of the sea.
Radisson Aruba Resort & Casino - This resort and spa, set on 14 lush acres, surround by fragrant gardens, exotic lagoons, and cascading waterfalls, is Palm Beach's brightest jewel. Tastefully appointed guestrooms & suites feature spacious, private balconies with great views. The free-form pools and spa are located to 1,500 feet of one of Aruba's best beaches.
Wyndham Aruba Beach Resort - All guest rooms in this Conde Nast Traveler 2005 Gold List winner feature balconies with ocean views. Singles, couples, and families go for the beach, water sports, tennis, nearby par-72 golf course, the 8,000-square foot pool, and rejuvenating spa. The nightly Cuban Revue is a must-see.
Divi Aruba All-Inclusive - The unbelievable sandy beach is just the start. Enjoy water sports, biking and tennis, then end the day at the beach-side restaurant with water views. However you choose to spend your days, it's all included at Divi Aruba All Inclusive and neighboring Tamarjin Aruba All Inclusive, the best of two worlds.