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April 2015 News
  • Apr 30, 2015

    The Aruba Product Update is a monthly newsletter of the Aruba Tourism Authority featuring a synthesis of the most prominent and important news on the product Aruba.

  • Apr 14, 2015

    Travel The East Bloggers Kristy Albano & Matt Pickering came to visit our beautiful island this month and wrote 2 inspirational blog articles accompanied by beautiful photography. 

  • Apr 10, 2015

    Oranjestad, Aruba, April 10th 2015--For the 4th edition of the Miami and the Beaches Environmental Film Festival (MBEFF), the Prime Minister of Aruba Mike Eman, will participate as keynote speaker during opening night in the Colony Theater in Miami Beach on April 15th. The 5 day event centralized around this year’s topic, Climate Change Awareness, will address environmental issues through films and documentaries to an international audience.

  • Apr 08, 2015

    The Sail Aruba 2015 event program is packed with excitement to fulfill the likes of young and old. The waterside activities will go hand in hand with actions pertaining to the Open House of the Dutch Marines’ 350 year celebration, a kids’ corner, downtown walks and activities, miniature boat races in front of the Governor’s house, and a Sail in Cinema hosted by the Renaissance Resort & Casino.

  • Apr 02, 2015

    Earth Hour is held yearly on the last Saturday in March to inspire communities and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour, brining attention to sustainability issues and showing their commitment to protecting the earth.

  • Our first trip to Aruba was when we got engaged. It was our first vacation together as a couple and Angelo proposed during the most beautiful sunset on Palm Beach.

    Of course I said yes.

    For the next few years, we traveled to other places...

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  • A few years ago, a friend of ours who visits Aruba every year invited us for a trip. We absolutely fell in love with the island and everything there is to do. When Anthony and I got engaged, we knew Aruba was the place where we wanted to get married....

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  • When Barb and I visited Aruba for the first time 25 years ago, it was Carnival and the parade went right past our hotel on the first night. The energy was unbelievable and everyone was so friendly and outgoing; right away we fell in love with Aruba....

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  • When Gianfranco and I got engaged, we knew we wanted to have a destination wedding, but I was kind of nervous about getting married in a place I’d never seen. Luckily, Gianfranco and his family had been to Aruba before, and they had wonderful things...

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  • Many years ago, we were on a cruise that stopped in Aruba, and for us, it was the best stop. It was tranquil but fun, and we felt safe exploring the island. The next year, we decided to come directly to Aruba, and have been back almost every year...

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