Aruba has one port of call with three cruise ship terminals. All terminals are air-conditioned. The cruise ship terminals remains open for the major part of a ship's stay in port. The terminals are only 5 minutes from the Oranjestad downtown area, passengers can easily walk to the shopping area, centering on Main Street and Bay area streets.
Although Africa is the native land of the ostrich, this intriguing bird finds a perfect home in Aruba's rugged landscape. The Aruba Ostrich Farm welcomes you to come and meet its 80-count flock of the largest living species in the world.
In the temperate waters around Aruba, a variety of Atlantic game fish can be caught year-round. Sailfish, White and Blue Marlin, Wahoo, Shark, Barracuda, Amberjack, Kingfish, Bonito, and Blackfin, Bluefin and Yellowfin Tuna are abundant. You can hire for either a full day or a half-day your private boat with captain and crew.
Tierra del Sol
is a 18 hole, par-71 course, designed by Robert Trent Jones II.
The Links at Divi Aruba
is a 9 hole golf course surrounded by luxury vacation villas.
Aruba's topography offers a variety of exotic locations for adventurous visitors. From the challenging sand dunes to the desert-like plains that will make you feel like the star of your own western motion picture. Along the way capture spectacular views atop the Arikok Hills with your camera. Riding experience is not required.
Explore Aruba and get the most for your money with an ABC Jeep Safari. Your half or full day action
adventure starts with free pick-up service and a warm welcome from your friendly guide. Then 6 of you
hop into your open Land Rover Defender jeep for the most fun you've ever had while driving.
Enjoy great extras that you won't find anywhere else; a hot lunch and unlimited drinks while non-stop jokes keep you in stitches.
There are many Sail Charters on Aruba. You can do many different sailing trips like Sail and Snorkel Cruise, Romantic Full Moon Cruises, Dinner Sails and a lot more...
What more can you say about shopping in Aruba except that it's bounteous and you can max out any number of credit cards in a short afternoon?
Note that shopping in Aruba is not precisely duty-free. Only the airport departure lounge shops are technically duty-free. The rest of the shops on the island do offer discounts on some items, as much as 25%, but do some comparative shopping before plunging into big-ticket purchases.
Everyone can snorkel. However there are a few basic safety rules. The most important rule to remember is: Never touch coral! Good snorkeling spots include Arashi beach, Boca Grandi, Baby Beach and many more.