This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Aruba Tourism Authority. All opinions are 100% mine.
Have you ever been to Aruba? I haven’t yet, but in diving into their social media presence, it’s clear that the happy island tailors to any type of traveler!
Making reservations at a hotel in Aruba is easy through the Aruba Facebook page, where there’s a tab dedicated to booking. Fans can also click over to the Instagram tab to view photos that have been tagged #Aruba.
It’s evident from the photos that those visiting Aruba are having a great time, and that, whether your a foodie, the adventure type, or a beach bum (or all of the above, like myself!), there’s no shortage of things to do on this beautiful island.
For starters, Aruba has some stunning beaches. They include wide shaded expanses, quiet retreats, and busy sunbathing and water sports meccas. Much of the seven-mile strip along the west coast is lined with resorts and packed with activity.
On Aruba, the abundance, full flavor and diversity of cuisines prepared by world-class chefs; fine international wines; casual, elegant and creative ambiances, and attentive service combine to create very special dining experiences at out Caribbean Restaurants.
One thing that I especially love is that the Aruba Facebook page has a tab specifically designated to booking dining reservations, and it boasts a huge variety of restaurants.
The high-rise strip is now home to over 100 resort and independent restaurants. This bustling area is dotted with an eclectic patchwork of shops, malls, cafés and Caribbean restaurants. Venturing downtown and off the beaten path allows visitors to discover local favorites and trendy new establishments.
If you’re interested in Aruba travel to see the sights, there are tons. Explore 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 and Alto Vista Chapel. Kids will enjoy all the creatures at the Butterfly Farm, Ostrich Farm and Donkey Sanctuary.
What would you most like to see or do in Aruba? Share in the comments!