Aruba is proud of Anouk Eman, Aruba’s top athlete in synchronized swimming, who has won 2 bronze medals during the U.S. National Collegiate Synchronized Swimming Championships. Congratulations Anouk.Continue reading "%s"
Nesting season for sea turtles is from March till July and the first leatherback sea turtle returned to Aruba to nest. The sea turtle came ashore in front of La Quinta Beach Resort and made already to nests. The nests are protected by the red-and-white barriers.Continue reading "%s"
The new Community Museum in San Nicolas opened its doors for the first time to the public on March14th 2013.The museum presents a picture of Aruba’s past society and host old photos and artifacts of the San Nicolas community. Exhibits will be changes regularly to feature different community members and personalities.Continue reading "%s"
Loyal island visitors Donna Parks and Jim Claytor are visiting Aruba for 12 years and are always enjoying the island celebrations for Aruba's National Day. Like all the previous years, Donna and Jim were present on March 18th to watch the parade and festivities.Continue reading "%s"
This year's fund raising campaign organized by Aruba Clown Doctors is centered around Julien Collot's Traveling Bear. The efforts of the fund raiser is to bring awareness to Children with Cancer. The focus of Julien Collot's Traveling Bear is to encourage Arubian travelers to take the bear on their upcoming journey's during this year. Julien Collot's Traveling Bear does not only include international travels, but he can be invited for day out on Aruba, documenting his island visits as well.Continue reading "%s"
Since 1976 Aruba has been celebrating its National Anthem and Flag Day on March 18th. As March 18th falls on a Monday this year, the celebrations will take place as of Saturday March 16th allowing for a long weekend of events.Continue reading "%s"
Over 60 volunteers dedicated one morning to plant thirty six fruit and vegetable trees and sixty flower pots at an elementary school. With this gesture not only the Marriott Aruba Care Foundation are making Aruba greener, but also they are educating the students by helping them with the green project by providing a better environment as a part of their education program.Continue reading "%s"
Seems Aruba's streetcar is off to a good start and is being considered an innovative addition for the downtown area, as it will facilitate cruise visitors to see more of our historic buildings and shops in the center of town.Continue reading "%s"
Famous US figure skating champion Johnny Weir choose Aruba for his trip and was greatly welcomed by the staff and personnel of the Westin Resort. During his stay he spent some time with Aruba's Olympic Committee providing valuable insight and motivation for the island’s program.Continue reading "%s"
Announced by the Director of Arubus, the Oranjestad Tram is scheduled to begin transporting visitors from the Cruise Terminal. Operating six days a week, the solar powered service will begin at the Cruise terminal and stop at historical landmarks on its way to the center of Town. Shoppers can enjoy shopping and perusing the downtown area without the heavy flow of traffic in the city area.Continue reading "%s"
Aruba’s female softball league won the title “Champions of the Caribbean” after representing Aruba in the competitive sport against other islands at the games held in the Bahamas. Wining the title made way for the Aruba female team to represent the Caribbean at the World Series in the U.S.A.Continue reading "%s"
If you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day in Aruba, know that De Palm Tours offers you romantic options, which will turn your special occasion into an once-in-a-lifetime memory. See the various packages specially prepared by De Palm Tours for sharing and celebrating the international day of love with your partner.Continue reading "%s"
What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than with a "couple treatment" at the Spa Cove on Renaissance private island? And to make it even more special, Okeanos Spa Salon prices will be in Florins!Continue reading "%s"