Aruba attracts some one million visitors and cruise passengers per year, most from North America and
nearby Venezuela, and it ranks as one of the Caribbean's most popular vacation spots.
So what's the attraction? Miles of beaches, to start with, some quiet and smooth and others with stiff winds
and a choppy surf, as well as first-class hotels and resort, gambling casinos, shopping, and dozens of
opportunities for fine dining.
All you need to know for an unforgettable stay on Aruba, can be found here.
The visitor looking for glamour, glitz, fine beaches, and plenty activities to do, choose Aruba!
When to come for a vacation is one of the most frequently asked questions we get. Well, there is no bad time to visit Aruba: all year round good weather. Travelers can choose to visit in high or low tourist season: Mid-December through March are the most popular vacation months (high season) but prices drop significantly from mid-April through Mid-December (low season).
Look for the hotel or resort of your liking, get a good insight in where the hotel is located on Aruba and what they have on offer. Also there are several All Inclusive hotels.
We highly recommend arranging your rental car in advance. That is most of the time cheaper and for sure more reliable. See our car rentals we recommend to use.
Aruba's modern Queen Beatrix International Airport can accommodate commercial jet aircrafts as large as the Boeing 747. The island is served by a number of airlines, and connections can be made to any part of the world.
Our 'Airlines, Flights & Airfare page' will inform you from which cities you can fly to Aruba directly and lets you navigate to the airline companies' websites.
By Wendy& Mike on December 27, 2015
My wife and l booked another vacation at the tamarijn this is our 13 the year in a row we are looking forward to seeing our staff friends Angela in housekeeping Edwin the bartender Fitzroy the maitre d and a host of others we enjoy the cleanliness of our room and the property all of the staff is always friendly we will keep going back...
By Sammy on October 03, 2015
If spending 1700.00 ( or under- which is rare for AI in aruba) then it is worth it. It is a smaller resort, clean, buffet is basic but decent choices ( at times- not all). I would be upset if I sent 1800.00 or over for this resort. Beach is beautiful, lots of shade of needed. More of a cozier feel than the Rui which was large and more grand (food am...
By Barrie W. on July 12, 2015
My family and I always enjoying staying at Sunset every time we go to Aruba! It is so relaxing, friendly, casual, clean, conveniently located, and we like having a kitchenette. At least once during our stay we get together with everyone else in the common garden area by the pool and have a cookout of fish and sate (of course with peanut sauce and kroepo...