Interesting Things To Do In Aruba

aruba beach

Spending your vacation in Aruba doesn’t limit you to the beach only. There are several things that you can do in this majestic paradise. Aruba is one of the most favorite Caribbean vacation spots for vacationers from all over the world. You will find plenty of sandy beaches, aquamarine waters and a peaceful atmosphere for some much needed rest and relaxation. In order to make your vacation in Aruba more remarkable you need to discover and explore this wonderful island. Since Aruba is full of wonders try to experience how amazing this island could be.


We’ve known Aruba as a beautiful island that has breathtaking sceneries, but if you’re looking for a different view you may also sight the island’s beauty beneath the surface. Since Aruba is known to have the most amazing and wonderful aquamarine waters you may also want to see its attractions underwater. Snorkeling and diving is one of the adored activities of most tourist who visit this paradise, wherein they will have a once in a lifetime experience to recognize some of the most beautiful underwater environments in the world. Aruba is a perfect place to do some diving and snorkeling because it has calm current and crystal clear water, plus it is abundant in underwater creatures like corals, and different fishes.

Tour around the IslandTour at Arikok National Park

If you want to view the alluring sights in Aruba, hit the road and take a tour around the coolest places. There are many touring companies in Aruba that are easily accessible. Book a tour with a recognized organization. They will guide you to the most spectacular and historical places on the island. Different types of tours are available, from adventurous, to cultural and thrilling. If you are more of an adventurous type, look for some thrill happenings. Try the Jeep tours to experience a wild ride through the rough side of the island. More of a cowboy at heart? Try the horseback riding tours, while exploring Aruba’s beauty. And for those who wanted to have a more relaxing tour, you may try the tour buses, some would say it is more comfortable to be on an air-conditioned seat while sighting the breathtaking views of Aruba.

shopping arubaGo Shopping 

No vacation is complete without souvenirs. It’s nice to have something to reminisce while back home. Visit the islands different craft and souvenirs shops to look for something that symbolizes Aruba or the islands own products. The car plates, aloe bottles or knitted dresses are some of the popular choices. Aruba has 3 shopping malls, so you can spend a whole day shopping. The island has lot to offer because you can find everything in Aruba from fine name-brand clothing to fashionable dime stores.

DiningDine in Aruba

When you’re traveling to Aruba, you can try some of its local flavors, since this island has some of the best dining in the Caribbean. You can find many different domestic and international themed restaurants. So for sure you will never have an empty stomach. This island will never fail you when it comes to food because Aruba has a wide variety of cuisines to choose from.

Douglas Santiago is a content writer by profession. Travel and Tourism are his topics of interest and he finds immense pleasure in writing article about Aruba excursions.

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  1. Maria Iemma says

    I love Aruba – was there for a short time during a cruise and fell in love with the island. Want to go back hopefully soon. Thank you for the information.

  2. JennieIW says

    I have a friend who went to Aruba last year and loved it – I hope to make it myself some day. Great article!

  3. Erica Whittaker says

    Thanks for the info! I love the sound of the knitted dresses! I wonder at what an aloe bottle is? I would love to visit Aruba. The air conditioned tour bus sounds more my style! Taking pictures as I go! :-)

  4. Viv Sluys says

    I have always wanted to go to Aruba! We went to a different part of the Caribbean last year and we did all the things you listed. We aren’t really the type of people who can spent a week just lying on a beach. We did an alternating day on the beach day out sort of thing. We travelled to some local ruins, tried the local fare, shopped in the markets, snorkeled a few times and went to a local Mayan village

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