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Aruba is a fabulously woven tapestry of natural beauty, action-packed adventure sports, myriad excursions and wildlife spotting tours. This guide offers visitors information on the best activities to indulge in, in this alluring Caribbean hotspot.
Harley Davidson tour
Explore the white sandy beaches and perfect climate of Aruba through its panoramic paths on a Harley Davidson. You can rent the vintage mean machine by contacting a dealer on the island. Call 1-866-978-6525 for Big Twin HD dealers and they’ll help you pick the right bike. The full day rental lasts from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is priced at $163. The deposit for individual rentals is $250.
This one’s great for a group of up to six. Hop into a rough and open Land Rover Defender with ABC Jeep Safaris and get ready for a rendezvous with Aruba’s rugged side. The tour offers a free pick up and a scrumptious hot meal along with unlimited drinks and interesting conversations to help you break the ice with wild Aruba.
Hail Scuba Diving
You can’t go to Aruba and not scuba dive in its pristinely beautiful turquoise waters. Aruba has a breathtaking underwater profile that features the most visually stunning coral patterns, spectacular shipwrecks along with a bevy of stingrays, moray, yellow tails, eels, mantra rays and many more thoroughbred, ingenious aquatic species. A majority of the island’s diving centers are huddled around the southern and western coast. Get your diving equipment in place and let an expert lead you to your discovery of the rich and exotic marine wonders of Aruba.
Aruba on a horseback
Navigate the intimidating sand dunes and the expansive desert-type plains of Aruba on a charming horseback ride. Catch splendid vistas of the island’s beauty from Arikok Hills and other lofty peaks. Don’t forget to carry your camera for some fantastic photography.
Aruba is famous for its swanky and glitzy casinos that are the playground of the glamorous rich and famous. The plush interiors and spirited ambiance accentuate the desire to challenge your luck and get the machines cracking. Some casinos are open 24 hours a day while others operate from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The slots don’t exactly offer generous payouts, but that doesn’t douse the element of excitement.
Aruba is chockablock with things to do and lets you discover its multi-faceted persona in innumerable ways.