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Bon Bini na Aruba - Welcome to Aruba!


Please select the links above for lots more information about this wonderful island

Aruba is a very popular holiday island, a "classic" Caribbean Island – huge, white-sand beaches, palm trees and a warm, clear ocean. Despite being a small island, Aruba is very lively and offers visitors lots of fun things to do – for all ages and tastes – to make your visit a "holiday of a lifetime".

Aruba has some of the finest beaches you will ever see. Huge white-sand beaches, ideal for relaxing but also a focus for lots of activities, water sports, snorkelling and diving.  There are a number of sports and recreational activities to enjoy around the island. When the sun goes down, the casinos, live shows, restaurants and bars in the hotel district and the capital Oranjestad show you Aruba's other side – its exuberant and exciting nightlife - something for all tastes – and salsa is everywhere.

Although lively, Aruba retains that small island, easy-going, authentic Caribbean atmosphere, allowing you to relax and enjoy yourself to the full. The island motto is:  Aruba - One happy island!  The atmosphere is generally one of being busy having fun – or total relaxation on the beach.  Aruba caters to a variety of budgets, tastes and interests and has one of the highest rates of return visitors in the Caribbean. Islanders are very welcoming – visitors are very well catered for.



                                                   The island motto is:         Aruba - One happy island!  
                                             Aruba caters to a variety of budgets, tastes and interests.
                                  Aruba has one of the highest rates of return visitors in the Caribbean.


  


The Caribbean Sea

 
Aruba is famous for its diving and snorkelling and has some excellent reefs and wonderful shipwrecks – it is called the wreck diving capital of the Caribbean. The ocean around Aruba is clear and warm - around  28Ίc (82Ίf) and visibility up to 30 metres.  Aruba has 42 recognised dive sites. Click the diving page for lots more information about the diving and the services we can offer you.


Perfect weather !



Perfect Weather !  Warm and sunny in January or July with a cooling breeze that keeps you fresh and comfortable. Aruba is outside the hurricane belt. Perfect weather means that no matter what kind of holiday you prefer, you can enjoy it to the full.
A good time to go ? ......"Anytime" -  is a good time to go!

 
                 
  


One of the safest places in the world

Destination Travel on msnbc.com says "The safest destinations around the world - where you can travel without worry, and feel super-secure. …. we analyzed piles of data, from U.S. State Department warnings on crime and the latest United Nations survey on global crime trends to the Mercer rankings of the world's safest cities, and  ………include the Dutch ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao) on a list of the world's safest places to travel"


Somewhere Different

We are the only UK holiday specialist for the Dutch Caribbean.
For many people our islands are "undiscovered" – exciting new holiday destinations.  We are regular visitors and love talking about the islands. We would be delighted to discuss any plans you have for a holiday to this very special part of the world. We can answer any questions from personal experience.  Our local knowledge and extensive choice means that we can advise – and tailor make – the holiday itinerary that suits you best – to your requirements and wishes.  We have a wider choice of accommodation and services in the Dutch Caribbean than any other travel company. We are the preferred tour operator for many resorts and have the best prices and offers. Quotes for holidays are given with no obligation.

Select one of the links above to get more information about Aruba or another of "our" wonderful islands. You will find picture galleries on each island page.  View our brochure online by clicking the image in the right hand column.