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    Support the local small business and have fun

    A little over a year ago I inquired about beekeeping in Aruba. I wanted to visit a local Beekeeper while on vacation. Disappointedly I was not able to find anything until after I left. I endeavors were fruitful though. With currently 2 larger beekeeping operations. No beekeeper can live on bees alone so each branch out with unique and additional products and services. From combined Souvenirs, local farming, luffa, beeswax products like candles and soaps, aloe, liquor and mead, swarm capture is you want to report one and much more.
    I’m sure the outing or day trip will be well with it and enjoyable.

    Both are family owned

    Located near Eagle Beach is Eco Living Aruba;

    https://www.ecolivingaruba.com/

    https://www.facebook.com/

    Next up
    located in Oranjestad
    Lui Bee Farm Aruba and nature preserve
    https://m.facebook.com/LuiBeeFarmAruba/


    Enjoy and please comment on these or other similar business.
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    Thanks for the links and your research!!!

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    CNN interview with local Beekeeper at Lui’s Bee Farm.
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.aru...m-aruba/%3famp
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    Cool article. Have you guys ever seen "Ask Pilar"? its online from Aruba today. It has very interesting stories like: local fish farming, chicken farming and hot sauce local makers in Aruba. I think Bee farming in Aruba would be great! This is a fun show to watch back episodes to see Aruba locals doing there thing. They all welcome all of us to visit them. We have got some great ideas from Pilar. Such pride in their work and a great way to buy local and meet some more Happy Arubians.
    Sean and Susan
    [Countdown=12/01/2013 2:30 AM;]I'm finally there]Count down:[/Countdown]
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