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Country Code : 297 
ISO Code : ABW
Currency : Aruban Florin

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Welcome to Aruba

Introducing Aruba

Aruba is a carribean island country and is renowned for its white sand beaches. This island is all about sun, fun and spending money. Aruba has plenty of package resorts and a dreamy main town, Oranjestad. But away from the resorts, Aruba has more to offer. There are unswept areas and uncrowded beaches at the extreme ends of the island. Arikok National Wildlife Park is an alien landscape of cactuses, twisted divi-divi trees and abandoned gold mines. While at Aruba, make sure you visit the Natural Pool at Conchi a small pool of water hidden in natural rock formation that j   More more

Aruba is a carribean island country and is renowned for its white sand beaches. This island is all about sun, fun and spending money. Aruba has plenty of package resorts and a dreamy main town, Oranjestad. But away from the resorts, Aruba has more to offer. There are unswept areas and uncrowded beaches at the extreme ends of the island. Arikok National Wildlife Park is an alien landscape of cactuses, twisted divi-divi trees and abandoned gold mines. While at Aruba, make sure you visit the Natural Pool at Conchi a small pool of water hidden in natural rock formation that jut into the ocean, just off the shore of Aruba. The Califronia Lighthouse provides you with some of the most scenic views you will ever have seen in your lifetime. Our Lady of Alto Visto Chapel is a very picturesque chapel. There are seven natural bridges at Aruba though the original and the biggest one collapsed in 2005, it still is a place worth visiting. Casibari Rock and Ayo Rock Formations–You can climb and explore these formations, the tops of which provide a great view of the countryside. There are national parks for you to help you discover the flora and fauna of Aruba. Arikok National Park consists of lava formations, a quartz diorite formation and a limestone formation extending inward from the coastline. These formations have played a pivotal role in the history of Aruba. The Butterfly Farm, the Donkey Sanctuary, the Bubali Bird Sanctuary, the Ostrich farm show how much the Arubian love their animals. If you think Aruba is not for adventurous souls, think again. Aruba offers opportunities for Horseback Riding, Jeep Safari, Hiking, Cycle Tours, 4 Wheeling Tours, Rock Climbing, Sailing, Scuba, Sea Trek, Snorkeling, Fishing Kayaking and Windsurfing. Almost invariably, the weather is wonderful warm, sunny, dry, and breezy. Theres no monsoon season and no threat of tropical storms the island is far outside the hurricane belt. Avoid visiting in Septemberas it is too hot that time. January through March are the most popular months and Arubas high season, but prices drop significantly from mid-April through August.   More less

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