ARUBA VACATION PACKAGES FAQs
What Is The Food Like In Aruba?
The Aruban cuisine is a wonderful blend of Caribbean, Latin American and Dutch influenced meals, with its own Aruban twist. Here are the most popular traditional foods that you must try while holidaying in Aruba: while holidaying in Aruba: Pan Bati, a fluffy, slightly sweet flat bread that just melts in your mouth.
For a truly traditional Aruban meal, make sure to try some of the soups and stews prepared by local restaurants. Fish soups and seafood chowders are a common home-cooked food across the island, as well as meaty tender stews.
Keshiyena is a very traditional Aruban meal, which is a must-try while on the island. Imagine a large round ball of cheese, stuffed with spicy meat (normally chicken). Ayaca is another meal that deserves some special attention. Steamed meat in a banana leaf, with cashews and different dried fruits. And so many other options. Enjoy the best of Aruban traditional cuisines as part of our Aruba Vacation Package.
What Are The Most Popular Beaches In Aruba?
Aruba is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Long, white stretches of sand, crystal clear aquamarine water, palm trees and a steady sea breeze to keep you cool. In Aruba, each beach offers a slightly different experience. Some are good for snorkeling, some are secluded and private and some are filled with tons of things to do as part of our Aruba Vacation Package.
The most popular beaches in Aruba are: Palm beach, Eagle beach, Arashi beach, Hadicurari beach, Daimari beach, Blackstone beach. Book Aruba packages, Aruba vacation packages, Aruba tour packages, Aruba travel packages, Aruba holiday packages or Aruba trip packages and visit the most popular beaches in Aruba.
What Are The Most Popular Restaurants In Aruba?
There are restaurants, cafes, bistros, snack and sushi bars, fast food chains and local food trucks everywhere.Aruba is growing and becoming a food lover's paradise, offering a wide selection of excellent dining options ranging from high-end gourmet to local fare. Looking for an exquisite dinner on the beach? Visit “Barefoot restaurant” and capture the sunset. A local hotspot with foodie appeal? “Papiamento” won't disappoint. Gastronomic delicacies, local pinnacles or a combination of both? Try “The Kitchen Table by White” and be amazed. Book Aruba packages, Aruba vacation packages, Aruba tour packages, Aruba travel packages, Aruba holiday packages or Aruba trip packages and visit the most popular restaurants in Aruba to pamper your taste buds.
Is Aruba A Good Place To Retire, Live Or Relocate?
Aruba offers endless stretches of white sand beaches, spectacular turquoise water, striking desert landscapes and a warm, dry climate. In fact, since it rarely rains, the island has perfect weather for enjoying outdoor activities year round. Aruba has long been a favorite destination among the wealthy, with luxury condos and villas, fine restaurants, high-end shopping, exclusive night clubs and casinos.
However, this island is not just for the rich – it also has plenty of great housing and entertainment options for people with a moderate budget. Aruba is well-developed and has one of the highest standards of living in the Caribbean. It also has a special residency program for retirees that is accessible to many. Get in touch with ITA Global to know more about Aruba vacation packages and relocation related information.
When Is The Best Time To Travel To Aruba?
The best time to visit Aruba is from April to August – a huge window of time when the island's high prices take a holiday. And since the island sits well outside the hurricane belt, there's very little threat of tropical storms at this time. January to March features pleasant weather, but the prices can soar. You can also find discounts if you travel in the early fall. Whenever you visit, keep in mind Aruba is prone to high trade winds, which makes for a great experience for windsurfers. Contact ITA Global to know more about Aruba vacation packages.
What Is The Currency In Aruba? Do They Accept US Dollars?
Aruba's currency is the florin, but the US dollar is also widely accepted and you can request them when getting change as well. Major credit cards are almost universally accepted in Aruba. Visa and MasterCard seem to dominate the landscape, with Discover making a comeback and American Express being at times shunned due to the alleged fees it charges.
What Are The Requirements For Covid-19 To Enter The Country?
The key points prior to travel are: Mandatory testing (Either prior to travel: taken & results uploaded within 72 hrs - 12 hrs of travel or upon Arrival at Aruba Airport, prepaid in online ED process).
Mandatory Aruba Covid insurance (paid for during online ED process within 72 hrs - 4 hrs of travel) and online ED declaration prior to travel (uploaded online within 72 hrs - 4 hrs of travel.
What Is The Kind Of Weather In Aruba?
Aruba is situated 12 degrees 30' north of the equator. The weather is tropical but not extreme, with a median and fairly constant temperature of 82 degrees Fahrenheit (28 degrees Celsius). It is important to mention that Aruba lies south of the general hurricane paths and usually only experiences fringe effects of nearby tropical weather.
Trade winds cool the island, making lying in the sun on one of the many beaches much more tolerable. To know more about Aruba vacation packages, contact ITA Global.
Which Historical Places Can You Visit InAruba?
In Aruba you can find many historical attractions, which is included in our Aruba vacation packages, Aruba tour packages, Aruba travel packages, Aruba holiday packages and Aruba trip packages. Apart from its beautiful beaches, Aruba is full of attractive places to visit, most of them historical places.
The happiest island in the Caribbean is so much more than just sun, sand and sea. Our exotic, yet desert-like island is covered with diverse terrain, landscape, beaches, vegetation, wildlife, and not to mention a whole-lotta room for adventure.
Some of the most popular and visited historical places in aruba are: Alto Vista Chapel, Antilla, Bushiribana Ruins, California Lighthouse, Churches. Fort Zoutman and King Willem III Tower, Grot di Lourdes and a lot of museums with a lot of history about this island. To book your Aruba vacation package, contact ITA Global.
National Park And Reserves You Can Visit In Aruba?
Apart from being an island prized for its beautiful beaches, Aruba is full of parks and reserves full of nature where you can enjoy the flora and fauna that the island has. Most of the parks offer a great variety of landscapes from caves with Indian drawings, to sand dunes and beaches, to rough hills of volcanic lava formations and the natural pool, to the highest point in Aruba. Some of these parks and reserves are: Arikok National Park, Ayo Rock Formations, Bubali Bird Sanctuary, Casibari Rock Formations, Fontein Cave and Frenchman's Pass.