I have a few random questions that I couldn’t really figure out where they go since they are all over the place. I probably could've split them up, but I wanted to keep them all together.
In 53 days I’ll be in beautiful Aruba and I CANNOT WAIT! I dream about it daily – haha! My future husband & I will be enjoying our honeymoon for 6 days in September & while we definitely want to relax 99% of the time, we also want to explore & enjoy what the island has to offer. I know there are quite a few different tour companies in Aruba, but I was wondering if anyone could give me an idea of who has the best island tour? My initial choice was DePalm Tours Discover Aruba Tour since that seems to have pretty much everything on it … but would anyone here suggest something different? We’re pretty low key & laid back, so I don’t know if the Jeep tours I’ve seen are really for us, either.
We are also interested in doing some sort of sunset sail – we’d like to do something a little more relaxing and not so much a party atmosphere (definitely no booze cruise) … we’re looking for maybe something a little more romantic … any thoughts on who we should look into? I know Jolly Pirates offers a sunset sail, but it seems like it may be a little more rowdy than we’re looking for. Has anyone experienced the sunset sail DePalm Tours has to offer?
According to the website of the Tamarijn (where we’re staying), they offer honeymooners a candlelight dinner for two … does anyone know what restaurant this is at or is it our choice? Is it on the beach or in the actual restaurant? Do we make those reservations when we get there or is it already set up for us when we arrive?
Totally unrelated to any of the above … if the hubs & I happen to find a really great bottle of liquor for cheaper than we could find in the states/that’s unavailable in the states, are we able to just pack it in our checked luggage or is it allowed in our carry-on? We’ve never traveled out of the country before, so this is all new to us.
Any info you can share would be wonderful!! It is very much appreciated!!