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Departure Fri, 01 Dec Return Mon, 04 Dec
CCS Caracas
AUA Aruba
return from $175
Departure Tue, 05 Dec Return Tue, 12 Dec
VLN Valence
AUA Aruba
return from $166
Departure Wed, 06 Dec Return Sun, 10 Dec
MAR Maracaibo
AUA Aruba
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MVD Montevideo
AUA Aruba
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Aruba Vacation

About Aruba

The Caribbean island of Aruba is a constituent country of the Netherlands known for its fantastic beaches, stunning landscape and lively atmosphere. The island attracts many tourists every year, who come for the sand, sea and scenery. The year-round good weather makes it popular as a winter getaway and it's not hard to understand why someone would want to spend their holidays relaxing on the island's golden beaches. As if sunshine and sandy beaches weren't attractive enough, excellent food and drink outlets can be added to the list of many reasons to book flights to Aruba. The island is also home to exotic wildlife, making it ideal for those who enjoy hiking and/or snorkeling during their vacations.

Things to do and places to visit in Aruba

Most visitors to Aruba head straight to the island's beautiful white beaches. Lying in the warm sand and swimming in the crystal clear water won't get old any time soon. But if it ever does, or if visitors feel like being a little more active, there are plenty of activities to take part in and sites to see. Snorkeling and scuba diving are perennially popular, for example. Aruba's rugged areas are also perfect for the adventurous tourist to explore either on foot or in a 4x4 vehicle.

When visiting Aruba, be sure to:

  • Enjoy the stunning views from California Lighthouse at the island's northernmost point
  • Go on a snorkeling tour to one of the nearby shipwrecks
  • Explore the lava formations at Arikok National Park
  • Scale the 500-foot Haystack Mountain for excellent views across the island and beyond
  • Meet the long-legged birds at the Aruba Ostrich Farm
  • See the historic Our Lady of Alto Visto Chapel
  • Take an illuminating tour of the Aruba Aloe Factory
  • Charter a fishing boat and try your skill (and luck) with a rod
  • Discover local history at the Historical Museum
  • Join the Kukoo Kunuku night bus tour to discover Aruba's nightlife
  • See coins from more than 400 different countries at the Numismatic Museum
  • Visit the quirkily designed Saint Franciscus Church
  • Go to the Butterfly Farm and see many varieties of these colorful creatures
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Airports in Aruba

Aruba's single airport is Queen Beatrix International Airport, also known as Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix, in the island's west. The airport is named after the Netherlands' former queen. Flights to Aruba land from all over the world, including the US and Europe.

  • Queen Beatrix International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Queen Beatrix International Airport is serviced by a number of top carriers including: Thomson Airways, United Airlines and KLM.

    Location

    Queen Beatrix International Airport is located in Oranjestad, the island's largest city and capital.

    Transportation

    For those wishing to use public transport, there are bus stops directly outside the airport. Taxis and rental cars are also available for passengers who want to continue their journey beyond the capital.

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