Looking for a perfect getaway for yourself or family? Maybe a wedding or group getaway. Look no further than One Happy Island...ARUBA!
My clients fall into 4-unique special interests: Romance, Cuisine, Adventure, and Family!
Romance includes weddings, honeymoons, and renewal of vows. Being one of the sunniest destinations in the Caribbean, 82-degree weather, and outside the hurricane belt, couples are almost guaranteed a perfect day (no matter what the occasion). For my clients who have chosen to be married here, they have found it to be hassle-free. A bride may choose from an independent wedding planner or from a hotel planner to handle everything the big day. Aruba is perfect for the destination wedding, honeymoons, and renewal of vows. If you’d like a listing of requirements or wedding planners, please send me an email and I will be more than happy to share.
Aruba loves the family and are very geared toward the most important members, the kids! Kids love exploring the island, it’s undersea life and making a splash. My clients love how easy, safe, and fun an Aruba vacation is.
Adventure travelers won’t be disappointed in Aruba for there is something for the active and wellness travelers. Travelers can board a catamaran for scenic stops along the coast, opt for the snorkeling and diving; or simple relax with a cocktail and sunset cruise. Those craving more of an adrenaline rush you can try a water jetpack and hover or fly up 30 feet above the water. De Palm Island is a fantastic family adventure for the day. An All-Inclusive private island, visitors can enjoy a lunch buffet, open bard, snack corner, snorkel equipment, banana boat rides, beach volleyball, lounge chair, salsa lesson, and many other fun activities.
For scuba divers, the entire south coast is a coral reef with over 20-dive sites and eleven diver friendly wrecks.
Deep sea fishing, there are about 18 sport-fishing companies offering adrenaline rushing half-day and full-day excursions trolling for some of the most popular game fish in the world.
We’ve already mentioned kite surfing and paddle boarding, but if you’d like more specific information, please let me know in the comment section or by email.
Nature and Wildlife.
There is the Arikok National Park where you can view the dramatic landscapes. A nice day’s hike will surely allow you to take in the breath taking views.
Additionally, there is the Bubali Bird Sanctuary, Butterfly Farm, and California Lighthouse.
Lastly let me leave with a visit to the Donkey sanctuary and Ostrich adventure. An fun place to learn and smile.
Things to Do
Aruba is best known for it’s beautiful, white-powder-sand beaches and plentiful water activities, but Aruba has a wealth of fun activities and attractions beyond the shores. One happy island is full of adventurous land activities, historical and and natural attractions, museums and cultural experiences, as well as exotic local dishes waiting to be discovered.
Aruba’s tourquis waters offer a full array of options for those looking for fun under the blue Caribbean Sea. Ranging from surfing, scuba diving (known as the wreck diving capital of the world), snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, surfing, kite-surfing, paddle-boarding and even parasailing there is a mecca of water sport activities to choose from.
West Cost. Fringing Turquoise Caribbean waters, Aruba’s beaches include wide shaded expanses, quiet retreats, and busy sunbathing and water sports meccas. Much of the seven-mile strip along the West Coast is lined with resorts and packed with water sports activities.
Windward Coast. In contrast, the beaches along the Windward Coast are in more secluded and undeveloped areas. There are coves out of limestone, inlets formed by pounding waves, unique natural phenomena and craggy deseret terran. Both coasts afford spectacular Caribbean views. ** All beaches in Aruba are public access; however, unlike the US there are no lifeguards.
• If you have questions about a specific beach, please list your question and I will be sure to give you my insights.
Casinos and Night Life
While most hotels have their own casinsos or special in-house entertainment, there is plenty of nightlight to cater to a variety of interests and local atmospheres full of excitement. Aruba’s nightlight offers a wide range of activities from a quiet dinner on the beach to listening to a local band on one of my piers along Palm Beach. Aruba has something for everyone.
Aruba has a variety of shopping districts featuring a wide range of selections such as jewelry, table linens, perfumes, leather goods, designer fashions, locally made handicrafts, Cuban cigars, Dutch Delft, Dutch Cheeses, and many other goods.