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    Aruba Day pass

    Hi all...my family and I are visiting Aruba via cruise ship in November. We will be 6 adults and 3 children, ages 9,8,4. Looking for advice on where to go and spend our day. We will need bathrooms, chairs and food. Any thoughts will be greatly appreciated. Doesn't look like many hotels offer day passes and we do not feel like paying big $$$ for all inclusive. Thanks!
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    Hi Hailey, welcome to the posting side! I've heard good things about day visits to Surfside Beach.


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    Spend the day at Reflexions Beach Club @ Surfside Beach.
    You will need 2 taxis and the Beach Club is about 3/4 +/- mile from the cruise port.

    Reflexions Beach Club has lounges......
    2 lounges with a clamshell shade for $25
    or umbrellas
    there is a restaurant and a bar........all outdoor seating and even service at your lounge chair.
    (good burgers, good fish, excellent beer specials and drink specials)
    restrooms
    pool
    and a really terrific beach.

    So, for the 6 adults it will cost $75 for the lounges and shade...add in a few more chairs for the kids which they will never use
    taxi fare of about $8 one way per taxi NOT per person.

    Make sure that you contact Reflexions and make a reservation!!!
    they can be contacted thru Facebook messenger. https://www.facebook.com/reflexionsaua/
    This will NOT break the bank.
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    Depends what you all are looking for. Do you want something "active" with a lot of activities or just chill on the beach? The kids would enjoy the Palm Island for instance but it might be too busy for the adults. If it's during a weekday it should be less busy.
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    Depalm for a group of 9 would be quite expensive.
    I know adults are about $110 p person but don’t know the child rate.
    Quote Originally Posted by Arawak View Post
    Depends what you all are looking for. Do you want something "active" with a lot of activities or just chill on the beach? The kids would enjoy the Palm Island for instance but it might be too busy for the adults. If it's during a weekday it should be less busy.
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