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Top tips for a budget-friendly visit to Aruba

Top tips for a budget-friendly visit to Aruba

Located on the northern coast of Venezuela and famous for its white sandy beaches, Aruba is part of the Caribbean Islands. The southwest coast has many white sandy beaches, while the northeast coast has a rocky coastline and dangerous undertows. Cheap plane tickets are available to visit this beautiful island city.

Besides the official Dutch and Papiamento, Spanish and English are also widely spoken.


The region enjoys a stable tropical climate with trade winds blowing from the Atlantic Ocean throughout the year. The temperature is around 27 degrees and the annual rainfall is less than 20 inches. The city is a safe distance from the Caribbean hurricane belt. January to March are the best months to travel to the city.

Traveling around

Flights to Aruba arrive at Reina Beatrix International Airport. Even though you no longer have your own airline, you can get airline tickets for leading US airlines, including American Airlines, Air Tran, United, US Airways, Delta, JetBlue Airways, etc. Cruise service can be an advantage as it allows passengers close access to shopping areas around the ports.

The “Arubus” bus service is the cheapest for sightseeing. Drivers and local passengers are unusually friendly and helpful. Since the town is small, renting a car or jeep is not necessary as most places are within walking distance. Also, renting older cars even from big brand companies is common, poor street markings can also be frustrating.

Places to visit

Cheap flights to Aruba allow visitors to enjoy a number of beaches, including the most beautiful Eagle Beach and Palm Beach. Mills beach, Hadikurars Beach, San Nicholas Beach, Baby Beach is other popular. Most beach resorts offer stimulating activities such as sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, diving, fishing, snorkeling and more.

A wonderful place to visit during the day, the Natural Pool is a small body of water hidden behind a rock formation in the north of the island. a hay stack also known as Haystack Mountain is 500 feet tall. Being in the center, this place offers amazing views of the city and the Venezuelan coastline. Climbing 561 steps is not at all challenging on a crisp clear day.

A good place for animal lovers, the Donkey Sanctuary has many rescued donkeys roaming wild on the streets, often victims of cars or dogs. While petting the animals is free, there is a small charge for feeding them pellets or apples. Contributions are used to further rescue work.

Shopping and dining

Quite an expensive city to visit and shop in, buying cheap tickets to Aruba is vital. Knowing full well that their economy depends heavily on tourism, even the city’s street vendors are extremely polite and respectful to shoppers.

Renaissance Mall in Oranjestad has many American and European brands including Gucci, Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren and other souvenir, jewelry, clothing and grocery stores. The duty free shops around the airport and cruise ports offer slightly better deals.

Large chain restaurants like Wendy’s, Burger King, Pizza Hut, etc. are present in the center and near the hotel resorts.

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