What could be more fun than sunbathing with a flamboyance of flamingos? Yes, that is the official name for a group of them. Not originally native to Aruba, flamingos were brought to Renaissance Island nearly fifteen years ago. It wasn’t until about 2015 that this became an extremely popular attra... Read More
Aruba’s desert-like environment makes a perfect home for ostriches. The farm is home to over eighty of these giant, two-toed birds. You will get a chance to learn all about their natural instincts and behaviors on a guided tour that runs every 30 minutes. At the end of the tour, you will get to in... Read More
When you need a break from lounging on the beach and sipping pina coladas, book an excursion to Conchi Natural Pool with a local company. Half of the fun is getting to the natural pool, so the first thing you will have to decide is how you get there. You can ride a horse, drive an ATV or enjoy the... Read More
Take a tour of the museum and factory and decide for yourself if Aruba really does grow the best aloe in the world. You will learn how it is cultivated and processed on this desert island. In 1840, the aloe plant nicknamed “the lily of the desert” was brought to Aruba and began its history of he... Read More
After a few days in the sun, try venturing into Aruba’s depths as you explore a cave that has special significance to the island. This particular spot on the northeastern coast has more than just geological importance. Hundreds of years ago, the Arawak Indians used this cave to record part of thei... Read More
Create a one-of-a-kind souvenir from Aruba when you sign up for a class at Terrafuse. Several workshops are offered for novice or expert artists using this unique art form. You can learn the secrets of how to create glass blown beads for jewelry. Or you can learn how to melt glass in a kiln and ... Read More
Catch a wave as the surf breaks on one of the best, white sand beaches in the Carribean. Eagle Beach has the largest waves along the Aruba coastline. Due to its geographic location and trade winds, you will have perfect weather conditions for year-round surfing.
Over twenty percent of Aruba is a national park and Arikok is the island’s most popular attraction. Located in the southeastern corner of the island, this preserve is home to donkeys, goats, iguanas, parakeets, lizards and snakes. The best way to see the park is in a four wheel drive vehicle. Yo... Read More
For more than 500 years, donkeys were the primary means of transportation in Aruba. When cars arrived on the island, Arubans didn’t need their donkeys and released them into the wild. As more vehicles and people inhabited the island, donkeys were injured or killed by vehicles and disease. When th... Read More
Breathe in the fresh, tropical air...breathe out and release the negative energy of life’s stresses, anxieties and deadlines...
Get an early start on your day, eyes closed, sitting cross-legged on a yoga mat as a gentle breeze and the warm rays of the sun rising over the ocean, welcome you to anoth... Read More