- May 16, 2017
The Aruba Tourism Authority proudly introduces free Wi-Fi zones in renowned areas around the island, in order to enhance our visitors’ experience.
- Apr 19, 2017
We can think of more than a thousand reasons why travelers should visit Aruba, and we want the world to know them too. Here at the Aruba Tourism Authority, our goal is to introduce travelers, and those aspiring to travel more, to all of the wonders of our picture-perfect Caribbean country, from the sugar sand beaches to the unique eats, must-see annual events, and diverse people who call our slice of paradise home.
Thankfully, our efforts haven’t gone unnoticed. Canada’s leading online global travel agency, FlightNetwork.com, recently released their list of the top tourism organizations in the world, and the Aruba Tourism Authority came in at No. 7.
- Apr 03, 2017
Recently the Aruba Tourism Authority honored Goodwill Ambassadors and Emerald Ambassador of Aruba as a token of appreciation for visiting the island for more than 20 and more consecutive years.
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...Edit link:
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....Edit link:
Mark and I first visited Aruba on our honeymoon in 1999, and we knew in an instant that we wanted to make this island a big part of our lives. When we had our two wonderful daughters, Abby and Livi, our Aruba vacations easily turned into a family...Edit link:
Ten years ago, we took a southern Caribbean cruise and Aruba was the final island stop. Let’s just say we saved the best for last! Since then, we’ve visited every year and our young daughters, Mia and Paige, look forward to every trip.
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In the late 70s, we were on a diving trip in Bonaire and we stopped in Aruba for one night. That was all. It was like paradise and Arubians made us feel very welcome. Sometimes when you visit a place, you feel like an outsider. Here, we do not feel...Edit link: