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Yacht charter in Aruba
Best time
December - April
Airport
Queen Beatrix International Airport
Languages
Dutch, Papiamento, English
Currency
Aruban florin
Water area
Caribbean Sea
Tips
Butterfly Farm, a Donkey Sanctuary and an Ostrich Farm.
Aruba Regions

Reliably near-perfect weather year-round with ideal tanning conditions, unwaveringly sunny skies, warm temperatures, cooling breezes, low humidity and some of the best white powdery-sand beaches in the World. Engage in a myriad of fun activities or just lie around relaxing on the beaches. You’ll find the overwhelming majority of Arubans are genuinely friendly and welcoming and most speak English. There is much more to Aruba than fun in the sun on the beaches. Visit caves with ancient Indian drawings, visit an antique windmill once used in Holland to pump water, explore the Cunucu (countryside) where you’re likely to see herds of goats and donkeys wandering freely. Visit a Butterfly Farm, a Donkey Sanctuary and an Ostrich Farm. Marvel at ancient giant boulder formations that no one has been able to explain. Tour an Aloe farm and factory and the Balashi brewery, Aruba’s national beer. Swim in a tranquil pool known as “conchi” or “Cura di Tortuga,” more familiarly known by visitors as the Natural Pool.

Aruba

As warm and beautiful as the Aruban air above, it is bursting with life and activity. Its crystal clear depths are home to vibrant reefs and wrecks just waiting to be explored by snorkellers and scuba divers. Above, kite and windsurfers harness world-class winds off Malmok Beach, while snorkellers, water skiers and swimmers enjoy the protected shoals to the south and west. Off eastern shores, crashing waves sculpt craggy cliff faces, leaving their mark on a happy island defined by the beautiful sea. Close to Aruba there are two private islands, Renaissance Island and De Palm Island. Easily accessible by boat, Aruba’s private islands can be enjoyed by purchasing day passes.

  • Itinerary Aruba

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