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Have you been thinking about traveling to an exotic location or possibly planning a trip to Aruba in the future? I know I have! After my childhood best friend got married in Jamaica last year I have been looking into several locations where I can travel with my family or even just my husband. Aruba is definitely a location I want to head to which you can see why below!
Recently I was able to learn a ton of information about the island Aruba and all it has to offer! Of course the first and most obvious in my opinion is the beaches and beautiful sites of the turquoise Caribbean waters. You can enjoy a relaxing day of sunbathing feeling the coastal breeze and listening to the sounds of the strong crashing waves. The west coast offers a 7 mile stretch of resorts packed with beachgoers whereas the windward coast offers a more secluded and undeveloped area.
Besides tanning you can be sure to find various water activities including Swimming, snorkeling, kitesurfing, waterskiing, tubing, parasailing, banana-boating, sailing, windsurfing, jet-ski-ing, sunfishing, wave-runners or tubing. You can also find things to do on land such as horseback riding on the beach, hiking, golfing, biking, and jeep safaris. Plus don't forget exploring the natural wonders throughout Arikok National Park, the Casibari and Ayo rock formations and Indian caves. Walk through history at the Bushiribana gold mill, Aruba Aloe Factory, Alto Vista Chapel, Archaeology Museum and the fascinating Numismatic Museum.
Enjoy shopping in the high-rise resort area and downtown store-lined streets and upscale malls, as well as a potpourri of unique boutiques and emporiums. Even though seafood is not my personal thing, you have to dine at one of the many Caribbean Restaurants. Classical delicacies such as frogs' legs, duck, venison, foie gras and chateaubriand join fresh Caribbean catch such as mahi-mahi and wahoo, Argentinean churrasco, Middle Eastern shoarma, Japanese sushi and teppanyaki selections, Spanish tapas, Indian curries, Caribbean jerk ribs, homemade pastas, USDA choice steaks, Maine lobster and local goat stew and keshi yena.
Whatever you decide to do, you are sure to find a vacation packed with excitement here! The Aruba calendar is filled not only with traditional holiday celebrations but also with international tournaments, caribbean festivals , competitions, regattas and sporting events; film, art, food and music festivals, and other cultural events. You can find even more information at Aruba travel. Please feel free to visit Aruba.com to check it all out yourself and leave me comments as to why you would like to visit Aruba!!