Flights to Aruba
A stunningly perfect combination of sand and sea with a near perfect climate make Aruba an excellent choice for those looking to tan, dive and generally relax in a tropical paradise. More desert-like than rainforest, Aruba is less prone to, well…rain than other tropical destinations so you’re almost guaranteed sunshine. Away from the beaches Aruba is a desert island with wild cacti, iguanas, interesting geology and boulder formations and even the remains of a Spanish gold mine.
Places to check out in Aruba
- Dive spots abound in Aruba and the nicest beaches in Aruba are Palm, Eagle, Manchebo, Arashi and Druif, all of which offer unspoiled sands, crystal clear waters and the option of a cocktail or two if all that lying about gets a bit much.
- Rent a jeep and explore the geological phenomenon that is the Natural Pool (it doesn’t have another name and yes the capitalisation is deserved!) followed by more rock ‘ roll at the Ayo and Casibari rock formations.
- For those who want more than just a beach holiday, start at the eclectically names Phillip’s Animal Garden which is a sort of petting zoo on steroids and loads of fun, the small but perfectly formed National Archaeological Museum is worth a visit and you can finish the day with the Sinatra Dinner Show where a Dutch “Frank” impersonator sings whilst you feast (shouldn’t work but it does).
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What to do when you get there
Once you have landed from your flights to Aruba there is plenty to do, whether you are with friends, family, or on your own. There are museums to amuse and educate, churches to explore, and activities to delve into.
When the evening comes and the lights are twinkling, you can kick back at one of the many restaurants on offer to sample local delicacies, or wander over to a music venue or performing arts club to see and hear the latest production or concert. Whatever takes your fancy, you are bound to find something that will thrill you.