Local guides in Aruba

Aruba has something for everyone, whether you want to learn about its history and culture, its architecture, its fine art, or its delicious food. 

Travel Recommendations for Your Upcoming visit to Aruba

Located in the southern Caribbean Sea, Aruba is a tropical paradise with plenty of things to do and see. The island is home to beautiful beaches, a national park, and a number of interesting museums and attractions. The country is also home to a number of different species of animals, including a small herd of ostriches.

Arikok National Park

Located on the northeastern part of Aruba, Arikok National Park is one of the most popular destinations for travelers and locals. This ecological preserve occupies about 20 percent of the island's land and offers travelers the chance to experience the beauty and history of Aruba's flora and fauna.

The main attraction at Arikok National Park is the Turtle Pen. This natural pool is surrounded by rough waters and lava stone rocks. However, visitors should be careful and watch for the incoming waves. It is best to wear protective swimsuits and hats to avoid getting hurt.

Another major draw of Arikok National Park is the limestone caves. There are a number of different caves on the island, including Fontein Cave. Fontein Cave is one of the most popular cave attractions in Aruba, as it is home to ancient Cacquieto drawings.

Arikok National Park also offers a number of hiking trails. Some of these trails are accessible by car, while others can be accessed by mountain biking or hiking.

The natural pool at Conchi is also popular. The pool is sheltered by craggy rock formations, and the water is clear enough to enjoy. It is important to wear protective swimming shoes, though.

Another major attraction at Arikok National Park is the Natural Bridge. This limestone formation was once a popular attraction for visitors, but it collapsed in 2005.

If you're interested in exploring Arikok National Park, you can sign up for a free walking tour. If you aren't able to sign up for a tour, you can take a taxi to the park entrance.

The Cunucu Arikok trail is another way to explore Arikok National Park. This trail is a short walk that presents a number of geological and cultural sites. You'll find a replica of a traditional Aruba homestead along the way.

Eagle Beach

Located on the island of Aruba, Eagle Beach is a popular and picturesque Caribbean beach. The beach is known for its white sands and crystal clear waters.

The beach is surrounded by a variety of hotels and resorts. You can enjoy a beachside restaurant or take a sunset cruise. It is also a great spot for snorkeling.

Eagle Beach

The beach is known for its soft white sand and crystal clear water. It is also a great place for families with children to relax. The water is also a great place for surfing and other water sports. The beach also has shaded areas and palapas for rent.

The beach has been rated as one of the top beaches in the Caribbean. It is a popular tourist destination, and is a great place to relax and unwind. It is also a popular spot for wedding photos.

It is also the site of the Aruba Aloe Factory, which teaches about the history of aloe cultivation. The beach is also home to the famous pink flamingos.

Eagle Beach is also a great place to see sea turtles. Often, sea turtles will lay their eggs on this beach. The beach is also known for its widest stretch of sand in the country.

Eagle Beach is also home to one of Aruba's most photographed trees, the Fofoti tree. It also has one of the best sea views on the island.

Compared to the palm beach, Eagle Beach has fewer visitors, so it's less crowded. During the day, the beach gets quite busy. It is also a great place for beach tennis.

If you want to get the most out of your trip to Aruba, consider staying at Eagle Beach. It is easily accessible by taxi or public transportation.

Palm Beach

Known for its two-mile long sandy strip, Palm Beach is the perfect destination for family vacations. It offers calm waters and ample space to stretch out. It is also dotted with restaurants, water sports concessions and hotels.

The Bubali Bird Sanctuary is a great place to observe migratory birds. There is also an observation tower.

Another place to visit is the Butterfly Farm. There are hundreds of butterflies from all over the world, all free to fly around you. They can be observed up close as well. You can learn about the life cycles of these creatures.

Another beach that is worth visiting is Druif Beach. The crystal-clear waters and soft powdered sand make this a serene beach. There are shaded picnic huts. It's also a great place to learn about the natural landscape of Aruba.

You can also take a hike in Arikok National Park. The park occupies nearly 20 percent of Aruba and is filled with diverse landscapes. It is also home to stunning caves and mystical rock formations. There are guided nature walks.

The northern tip of the island is home to the California Lighthouse. It offers panoramic views of the island.

It is also home to an Old Dutch Windmill. It was imported in the 1960s. There is also a butterfly farm with free-flying butterflies in a jungle enclosure. You can also learn about the history of the country at the nearby Stone Walls.

If you want to get away from the crowds, you should consider visiting the remote Mangel Halto Beach. It's a fun stop on your way to Baby Beach. It offers natural shade and wooden decks that lead into the ocean.

Tierra del Sol

Located on the beautiful northwest side of Aruba, the Tierra del Sol Resort & Golf community offers the ultimate in golfing. The community features an 18-hole championship golf course, a spa, fitness center and two lighted tennis courts. It also provides a variety of accommodations. The resort is surrounded by 600 acres of unspoiled beauty.

The community offers two distinct restaurants, including a lounge with country club feel. The restaurant, which is open daily for lunch and dinner, features award-winning international cuisine. The dining terraces provide stunning views of the prestigious golf course.

The resort also offers a full-length practice range and putting green. The community has two lighted tennis courts, a spa, fitness center and swimming pool. All of the amenities are free to guests. The community offers two- to five-bedroom residences.

The resort also offers short-term rentals, vacation homes and custom homes. Many homes have panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea. The resort is located near several shopping centers, the cruise port, and other island hot spots. The resort also offers free access to the beach.

The community features a variety of golf courses, including an ocean course and a desert links course. The course is designed by famed architect Robert Trent Jones II. The golf course features four sets of tees on each hole. The back nine is a desert layout, while the front nine is an ocean layout. The course features natural coral rock outcrops on the 2nd hole. The course is challenging and beautiful, especially when trade winds freshen.

The resort also offers an all-day menu that includes a variety of delicious food at family-friendly prices. The restaurant also offers brunch on the weekends.

Ostrich Farm

During your vacation in Aruba, don't miss the chance to visit the Ostrich Farm. This farm is home to over 80 animals, including ostriches and peacocks. You can even get up close and personal with these animals. This attraction is a fun, educational experience for the whole family.

The Ostrich Farm is located on the eastern coast of Aruba. The farm is open seven days a week and features a restaurant and gift shop. There are also several other farm animals, including turtles and chickens. The farm hosts tours and a farmers market on certain days of the month.

Ostrich Farm

The ostrich is the largest bird species in the world and was originally found in Africa. Its size and physiology are well explained on a tour.

The farm also features an African art gift shop and a restaurant. During the day, visitors can enjoy a meal while viewing the animals. There are also several happy hour specials at the restaurant.

The Ostrich Farm is a fun, educational experience for the family. The best time to visit is in the morning. This gives visitors a chance to see ostriches feeding on grass. They can also hand feed these animals.

The Ostrich Farm also offers a tour that will teach you more about ostriches than you ever knew existed. The tour takes you to several different areas, including a feeding show, an incubator, and a pen for young ostriches. The tour is also fun because you get to feed the ostriches.

The Aruba Ostrich Farm is a great way to learn about ostriches and get up close and personal with these flightless birds. The farm also offers tours and a restaurant, making it an easy stop on your way to the northern part of the island.

Excursions and Day Trips in Aruba

Whether you are an adrenaline junkie or a lover of nature, Aruba has excursions and day trips that you will never forget. This tiny Caribbean island offers sun-drenched beaches, warm, sunny weather, and beautiful European architecture. The island is home to 90 nationalities, and is an ideal destination for sun-seekers and travelers.

There are several day trip options to choose from in Aruba, including ATV rides, horseback riding, and snorkeling tours. You can also enjoy a ride on a catamaran or a ride on a submarine. Some tours include a visit to an Arikok National Park, which is a great place to learn about the ecology and history of the island.

You can also explore the island by bicycle or on a jeep tour. You can find off-road safaris that take you to the most popular attractions on the island, including the Natural Pool and the Indian Cave. These tours include a ride through the park, time for a swim, and a visit to other island attractions.

If you are looking for an activity that will keep your kids busy and entertained, consider the dolphin cruise. This cruise includes a light lunch and snorkeling lessons. Your tour guide will take you on a tour through crystal clear waters of the Caribbean. You will learn about the local flora and fauna, and learn how to snorkel.

Arikok National Park is one of the best day trips in Aruba, as it's filled with natural attractions. You can ride a quadracer to explore the park, or you can explore it on foot. You can also visit the Aruba Wildlife Park, which is an excellent place to see ancient indian drawings. The park also contains the remains of a colonial Dutch settlement. You can also visit the Aruba Ostrich Farm.

Arikok National Park is located on the northeastern coast of Aruba. This area is rocky and rugged, but can be accessed by a 4-wheel drive vehicle. You can explore this area on foot, or you can take a tour bus.

The Arikok National Park is located within a few miles of San Nicolas, Aruba's second largest city. The city has a vibrant arts scene. It is home to five blocks of large murals that depict two-storey flamingos, handcrafted jewellery, galleries, and boutiques. You can also visit the Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins, which were used to process ore from nearby hills.

Another great day trip is the snorkeling trip to De Palm Island. You can find a dock in Oranjestad, about 10 minutes from the city. There are a variety of activities on De Palm Island, including snorkeling, a flamingo exhibit, and volleyball games. There are also beachfront cabanas that are perfect for relaxing and spending a day on the island. Guests have the option to rent a private cabana, which includes a lounge chair, sundeck, and a refrigerator with drinks. There is also a savoury lunch included.

You can also take a ride on a submarine to see the underwater life of Aruba. The Atlantis Submarine Expedition is a great way to see the underwater world of Aruba, and you will learn about the different species of marine life. The expedition requires a minimum height of 36 inches, so you should consider this trip if you are looking for an experience that is suitable for your kids. You can also take a tour to the Mangel Halto reef, which is one of the most beautiful coral reefs on Aruba. This reef is home to gorgonians and anemones, and you can see stingrays.

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