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Oranjestad is a delight of historic sights, bustling promenades, and colorful Dutch-colonial architecture. Aruba is just 20 miles long, so island splendors and adventures like amazing snorkeling from the beach are within easy reach.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
The water off Aruba is teeming with marine life. You can see it all up close by taking a submarine 150 feet below the sea. You'll pass scuba divers, coral reefs and shipwrecks on your journey.
|Explore Aruba caravan-style in a Jeep® as you head toward the northern part of the island and the California Lighthouse. Travel to the "cunucu" (countryside) with several stops at other scenic sights. Go to a private-island paradise, De Palm Island, for a buffet barbecue lunch and snorkeling in pristine waters full of brilliant coral and colorful marine life.|
|Drive through the schooner harbor of Oranjestad, the capital city of Aruba. Discover outdoor markets displaying tropical fruits, and local arts and crafts, and observe Dutch-colonial buildings. At Cashero and Boca Mahos, view the famous Watapana (divi-divi) trees shaped by the trade winds, and St. Anna's Church in the village of Noord.|
|Get ready to shake your maracas and kick up your heels on a wacky, fun-filled Kukoo Kunuku barhop and dinner adventure.|
Play a round of golf on the Tierra del Sol Golf Course surrounded by panoramic ocean views and spectacular desert scenery. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., every hole has four sets of tees and approach angles to provide a wide variety of challenges for all skill levels.
Aruba is rapidly becoming one of the most popular shopping ports in the Caribbean. Swiss watches, French perfumes and fine jewelry are all readily available. Dutch and Indonesian goods are especially good buys. As are locally made products from aloe. Aruba offers fantastic bargains on designer jewelry from Chopard, Honora, House of Tanzanite, John Atencio, Kabana, Starnight, Cartier, Concord, Gucci, Maurice Lacroix, Michele Watches, and Movado.
The Aruba florin (AFI) is the official currency of Aruba. However, U.S. dollars are widely accepted, as are traveler's checks and major credit cards.
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Learn more about this port city with these tourist information guides.