Aruba, is one of the most beautiful southern Caribbean, it is even called “One Happy Islands”. So if you’re looking to spend some time soaking up some sun and enjoying your time with your spouse, Aruba is your dream honeymoon destination!
Smallest but most popular of the ABC trio of the Dutch Islands, Aruba is famous for its white beaches. Why is Aruba a popular honeymoon destination? Perhaps it’s because of the amazing weather, friendly people, and attractive prices.
What is great about Aruba is that you can expect excellent weather no matter what time of year you choose to visit.
No matter what you are looking for, whether it is relaxation, fun, adventure, or romance, Aruba has it all.
Enjoy visiting an Ostrich farm, doing some windsurfing, or spending your day relaxing at the beach.
Here are a few things you can enjoy in Aruba:
Submarine Trip: Take a trip into the ocean together in the Atlantis Submarine. There are more than enough portholes for everyone to get a close-up glimpse of colorful marine life.
Kayaking: Rent a kayak from Aruba Kayak Adventure for a memorable day that starts with a lesson and then leaves you alone together to paddle along and discover the mangroves and caves.
Sailing: Set sail for a glorious cruise along Aruba’s scenic coastline.
Deep-Sea Fishing: Hop aboard one of many deep sea fishing charters in Aruba that hunt for fish.
Surf and Paddle Board: Glide across the tranquil waters on a paddleboard or catch a wave at one of the surf breaks.
Art and Culture
Archeological Museum: “You’ll be amazed at what has been preserved in time in downtown Oranjestad is the historic Ecury family home, now turned into a museum. Indian artifacts dating back the Pre-Ceramic period of 2500 BC are on display for your discovery. The renovated historic Ecury complex in downtown Oranjestad has been transformed from a family home to a modern museum that preserves Aruba’s Amerindian cultural heritage” explains Aruba.com
Cosecha Store and Creative Center: Cosecha San Nicolas houses a creative center where workshops are being provided on a regular basis by local artists. Cosecha which translates into harvesting reflects the diversification of the Aruban craft heritage and the artistic supply of artisans.
Aruba Aloe Museum and Factory: Take a tour through the state-of-the-art Aruba Aloe Factory and see the production process firsthand from aloe vera leaf to finished Aruba Aloe lotions!
Aruba Ostrich Farm: The Aruba Ostrich Farm welcomes you to come and meet its 80-count flock of the largest living species in the world.
Snow White Sand Dunes: Enjoy visiting Aruba's wonderful sand dunes. The unexpected site of massive sand dunes often intrigues visitors touring the northeast coast.
Arikok National Park: The Arikok National Park is Aruba's national treasure. Nearly 20% of Aruba is a designated National Park and home to a long list of animal species and plant life.
Bubali Bird Sanctuary: Watch more than 80 species of migratory birds from the Bubali watchtower, overlooking their resting and breeding area.