Aruba Tourism Authority Launches New Website
May - 05 | By: Travel World News Editor
The Aruba Tourism Authority has launched a newly designed Website, www.aruba.com. The new website has been re-organized with newer technology, simpler navigation, and updated and expanded content.
The new home page features images of Aruba, upcoming events, as well as offers and deals available to travelers. In sticking with Aruba’s tagline as “the island of 90,000 friends you haven’t met yet,” the Website’s home page also features an assortment of local Arubans—or new “friends”—who greet Website visitors and introduce them to the many charms of Aruba, including ideas for family fun, romance and weddings, island adventures.
Updated information about attractions, activities, shopping, beaches, nightlife, and restaurants is housed under the Things to Do section. Ideas and packages for Special Vacations are also featured on the site, with a newly expanded Wedding section that includes pages on marriage requirements, resources, and the One Cool Honeymoon package.
The Travel to Aruba section offers information to first time visitors to the island, details about entry requirements and what to pack, to facts on airline routes and ground transportation are included. Finding accommodations is also easier than ever with the Where to Stay section.
Visitors looking to learn about Aruba’s rich and vibrant culture and history can visit the website’s Explore Aruba section, which provides a behind the scenes look at the island. Included in this section is Chef’s Corner, a special addition to www.aruba.com that provides aspiring chefs and website viewers interested in the island’s local fare with recipes and culinary insight from master chefs on Aruba.
Aruba.com’s Social Network, where visitors can share experiences, pictures and videos from their Aruba vacations with other travelers and Aruban locals through personalized profile pages, now has its own section featuring pages for the Friends’ Network, Distinguished Guests, and Goodwill Ambassadors, as well as a Forum where visitors can post discussion topics.
Aruba Tourism Authority, www.aruba.com