Indulge in the warm turquoise waters, hot sun, cool drinks, sandy beaches, and stunning vistas across the Caribbean. Explore holidays to Aruba with Co-operative Travel.
The Dutch isle of Caribbean Aruba is perfect for long beach days relishing the tropical sunshine. You can also try diving courses, snorkelling trips, windsurfing lessons, and watersports are a huge hit here for more wet ‘n’ wild fun. The 2-mile-long strip of coast known as Palm Beach is a favourite amongst jet-setters, thanks to its range of welcoming bars, delicious restaurants, and shopping malls.
Aruba isn’t just another Caribbean holiday destination, and while it has everything you could want from a tropical holiday it has much more besides.
Families – Perfect weather, pristine beaches, and lots to do.
Romantic couples – Let the mesmerising Caribbean atmosphere of Aruba hypnotise you.
Nature lovers – Aruba has parks, beaches, and caves all teeming with wildlife and spectacular views.
13-15 hours direct
27°C (January) – 29°C (August)
Aruba’s high-rise hotels tower above the famous Palm Beach strip. Palm Beach is one of Aruba’s most popular resorts, where snorkelers and swimmers can enjoy the calm waters and casinos line the sand nearby, ready to entertain visitors. There are also two large shopping malls overflowing with fun things to do, plus a nightlife providing both glamour and excitement.
A holiday in Aruba wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Aruba’s widest beach – voted TripAdvisor’s 3rd Best Beach in the World in 2017. Famed for its exquisite white sands and dotted with iconic and beautiful Divi-divi trees, Eagle Beach is one of Aruba’s best-loved holiday spots. Eagle Beach is the perfect choice for those seeking all the beauty of a top Caribbean resort away from the crowds.
Oranjestad is the bustling capital of Aruba and filled with fun things to do. Shops and malls, amazing beaches, plus top places to eat – Oranjestad has everything a Caribbean holiday resort should have, as well as wonderful attractions such as the Aruba Butterfly Farm and the Donkey Sanctuary. There’s culture to be found in the museums, and the nightlife sways to the beat of Caribbean music.
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