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All Inclusive Resorts in Aruba

All Inclusive Resorts in Aruba

There are over 20 all inclusive resorts in Aruba today. They offer a range of luxury amenities for both adults and kids that many other Caribbean islands cannot boast about. Although many of the resorts in Aruba are all-inclusive thus you can spend your entire stay without worrying about spending money on meals, beverages and activities. There are resorts that aren’t all inclusive. Sometimes vacationers prefer that option as well. It’s a personal choice.

Most of these resorts offer activities like snorkeling, windsurfing, catamaran sailing, parasailing and deep sea fishing or an array of water sports to keep you busy for hours. There is also the option of relaxing on one of the many beaches in the island’s western end, which is not as developed as its eastern end yet boasts a beautiful view nonetheless. If you want to explore more, you can go on day trips to Boca Grandi, Oranjestad and even off to Curacao.

 


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In Aruba, the word “all-inclusive” means exactly what it says. No additional charges are made for food, beverages, taxes and tips, gratuities. Some water activities, water sports equipment or rentals may need to be paid out of pocket.

All-inclusive rates exclude airfare and other transportation costs to Aruba. Some hotels have additional restrictions that vary by season. Because many amenities are based on double occupancy, single supplements may be charged to guests occupying a room by themselves.

Aruba has a large selection of restaurants and bars that will satisfy your culinary needs. There are restaurants that provide a wide variety of cuisines, including Indian, Chinese, German and European cuisine. The island’s cuisine has been influenced by many cultures including Dutch, Spanish, Indian and African. The island’s restaurants serve up a variety of seafood, as well as poultry and beef dishes. The island’s cuisine has been influenced by many cultures including Dutch, Spanish, Indian and African. The island’s restaurants serve up a variety of seafood, as well as poultry and beef dishes.

 

Enjoy fresh seafood at the fresh fish specialty restaurants or enjoy a delicious meal at a gourmet restaurants. And if you’re looking for a fun night out, catch some live music at the Cactus Club or relax with friends at one of their many bars.

Aruba is home to many popular beach bars and nightclubs, which have become popular tourist destinations in their own right. There are several casinos on the island such as Casino Royale and Divi Flamingo Beach Resort & Casino, which offer nightly entertainment performed by musicians and singers from Aruba and around the world.

Besides Aruba having many of these great features it’s climate and geography create trade winds that are among the most constant and reliable in the Caribbean islands.

 

 

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