It’s no secret that our oceans are in crisis. Especially on a small isolated rock in the Caribbean like Aruba that welcomes over one million visitors per year. Keeping the beaches, waters, and reefs clean and pristine is no easy feat, but that has never stopped those dedicated to the mission.
Bird watching tourism is trending, and avid ornithologists are finding this island an ideal spot for some exciting finds.
There’s a plant based dining revolution happening on "One Happy Island"!
These days, many active travelers are opting for fun and fitness and improving health and wellness during their holiday instead of lounging around the beach with a tropical cocktail in hand.
When it comes to music, it’s easy to see that Aruba’s got talent on the local scene—from the Carnival parades and competitions to the live bands in the bars and resorts—this island really moves with its own unique and catchy beat.
Aruba’s Oldest Village Holds Some Surprising Stays and Activities!
No worries about keeping your offspring happy on One Happy Island! There’s so much to do for all ages that you might even need another week of holiday here!
“One Happy Island” is delighted to welcome over one million visitors per year, many of them repeat guests, but considering that this little rock encompasses only 70 square miles, that kind of human traffic can take a toll on the environment.
Since 2011, the Art Foundation Curacao has held an exceptional international art festival called Plein Air Curacao every two years, which lasts for 10 days in March.
Aruba’s iconic landmark that's been alerting ships for over a century about reef dangers on the northeast coast has been entirely restored, and is now open to the public.