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    ARUBA Vacations – One happy island...

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    Celebrated as the most revisited destination in the Caribbean, Aruba offers visitors an unparalleled experience. Beyond its world-famous pristine beaches, Aruba boasts rugged, desert-like terrain, a cuisine influenced by more than 90 nationalities, a lively nightlife at casinos, beach bars and the weekly Carnival-style Carubbian Festival, signature sports like beach tennis and hidden gems such as Conchi, the secluded natural pool, and ancient Quadiriki and Fontein Caves. A convenient direct flight away from more than 10 major U.S. cities, Aruba continues to attract couples, families, adventurers and foodies year after year.





    See why so many people return to Aruba year after year

    Anyone who's visited Aruba knows it truly is one happy island. Perfect white-sand beaches, cooling Caribbean trade winds and the warmest people in the world are just a few of the reasons why Aruba enjoys one of the highest return visitor rates in the Caribbean.

    These Happy Returners visit each year to relax on the beach, explore Aruba's adventurous side, and reconnect with the friends they've made year after year. Escape to happiness today by booking a trip to Aruba, and see just what it is about our happy island that keeps so many people returning to Aruba year after year.


    For thousands of years, Aruba was peacefully inhabited by AmerIndians who had migrated from South America. This era ended when a Spanish explorer arrived in 1499. The Indians were taken to work in neighboring Hispaniola, ultimately returning as laborers on ranches. Aruba was under Spanish rule until 1634, then taken over by the Dutch in whose hands it remained, except for a short hiatus during the Napoleonic Wars. The gold rush began in 1826 followed by phosphate mining in 1879—both ending with World War I.

    At the beginning of the 20th century, one-third of the island was covered with aloe plantations. Oil refining then dominated the economy for about 80 years. Today, Aruba has become a world-class vacation destination. The flag and national anthem are celebrated every year on March 18, the day in 1948 that Holland accepted Aruba’s right to autonomous status within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.





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