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Get Happy in Aruba

Attacked in mediocrity?   Cut down by monotony?  Shaking off a case of humdrum?  Then you need a little happiness in your life, and Aruba, one happy island, is just the place for it.

Aruba is all sunshine and fofoti trees, sugar white beaches and love.

The island has the most sunny days of all the Caribbean islands and maintains a rejuvenating 82 degrees year round, and coupled with low humidity and great position outside of the hurricane belt, it’s a favorite for romantics who want a picture-perfect wedding; for honeymooners, who want relaxing getaway; and families who want to enjoy time under the sun.

Experience Mother Nature’s warm embrace.

Aruba has been ranked by US News & World Report as the Best Caribbean Family Vacation in 2012; by Brides Magazine as the World’s top Honeymoon Destination; and by Scuba Diving Magazine as one of the top wreck diving destinations in the Caribbean.  Arikok National Park, natural treasure and largest national park in the Caribbean, boasts a plethora of activities for the adventure and vacationer alike.  Though the park asks a modest $10 conservation fee, guided tours are free (up to 15 persons) and are led by knowledgeable park rangers.  Arikok also offers horseback riding, 4×4 tours, and caves with authentic Arawak Indian drawings and (completely harmless) bats.  The Daimari Beach, Dos Playa, and Boca Prins are popular beaches for sunbathing and sports, but if you want to take a dip, the Natural Pool is the place to dive in.

Find a foodie’s fusion heaven in Aruba!

Aruban cuisine is rooted in incredible flavors, from African and Spanish to French and Chinese tastes.  Unique and memorable experiences abound with beachfront dining and show-cooking.  Many resorts offer all-inclusive options, so you can taste all the unique flavors Aruban chefs concoct.  Also known for its trendy bars, Aruba has the fin-seekers’ Senor Frog’s, the barhopping Kukoo Kunuku, and the famous Sopranos Piano Bar.  Of course, you can always grab a drink at one of the island’s many casinos!

 

 

For more information on Aruba as your travel destination, call your AMAC Travel Representative at 888-739-7575, visit www.hometowntravelagency.com , or email [email protected].


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Julia
7 years ago

I have been going to Aruba annually for the past ten years. It is all that you’ve heard and more.

English is spoken, the dollar is used, you can drink the water anywhere without a problem, no bugs because of perpetual breezes and iguanas, friendly people, great food, no hurricanes and it is the safest place I have ever been. Check out the aloe factory and the San Nicholas carnival.

Aruba brings me more relaxation than any other place I’ve been; you cannot beat the water or the crushed coral beaches.

jim barry
7 years ago

a great vacation place for seniors in florida is the VILLAGES near ocala florida great weather great amenities PLENTY TO DO PLENTY OF PEOPLE OUR AGES an FRIENDY great places to eat prices are good

pattie napier
7 years ago

tell me more about vacation for folks in their 80’s but in good health.

Anita
7 years ago

Name a vacation tour for folks in their late seventies and early eighties

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