Thursday, September 5, 2013

Aruba, One Happy Island Paradise

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Aruba Tourism Authority for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Every country has its own tourist attractions where guests can enjoy, have fun and relax. Sure, Aruba has a tremendous and lively nightlife but what I really love about it is its nature hotspots.

Quiet horseback rides and leisurely beach walks are good for the soul. Hikers can explore twenty rugged miles of trails in Arikok National Park.

Sports like golf can combine the challenge of constant trade winds and the tropical sun with desert beauty and sweeping Caribbean views.


You can also tour the island from the comfort of an air conditioned motor coach or on a jeep safari.

Ever heard of the Carnival festival? I guess the first thing that comes to mind is Brazil. But hey! Aruba also has its fair share of thrilling shows of over the top pageantry, brilliant costumes and fantastic music. It is a fun filled season that begins on November 11 at 11:11 am when the Prime Minister symbolically turns the country over to the Prince and Pancho, and formally ends before Good Friday with the burning of the King Momo effigy.

The months in between are filled with contests and jump-ups. The two final weekends feature the Pajama Parade in San Nicolas and the Lighting Parade in Oranjestad. Grand daytime parades shut down Aruba's two cities.

And let us not forget the food.On Aruba, the abundance, full flavor and diversity of cuisines prepared by world class chefs; fine international wines; casual, elegant and creative ambiances, and attentive service combine to create very special dining experiences at all restaurants.

I bet you have not tried their delicacies such as frogs' legs, duck, venison, foie gras and chateaubriand. These are but a few of what is in store when you delve yourself on Aruba's unique blend of delicacies.

Shoppers, meanwhile will find an enormous selection of international brand name products and prices that are 10 to 35% lower than those in the United States. Who would not want to cash in and take advantage on such price gaps?


When the time is right for me to make waves and plan for an Aruba travel, I will definitely start with their beaches! Then food! Then shopping! ;)

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