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Aruba Nautical Club (Oranjestad, Aruba)

Things to do in Aruba

Great little island of Aruba, with colorful streets and picturesque buildings, is a clear attraction for lovers of nautical tourism. With three fantastic marinas where you can moor your boat and excellent climate, it will subjugate you from the start. Possessing peaceful beaches with turquoise waters and a vibrant nightlife with many bars, restaurants and casinos, it will delight the most demanding skippers. The tourist offer goes from land to sea, from the beach to the mountains, from adventure to relaxation. You can soak up the local culture and listen to the Tumba, traditional island music or try the delicious local cuisine.

This Dutch island is located south of the Caribbean Sea where the climate is always warm, so the amount of possibilities on its coastline isn’t surprising such as kayak adventures, with visiting caves and ravines, sailing in a beautiful pirate boat, Jolly Pirates ship, on the west coast of the island, and plenty of water sports such as jet ski, diving, snorkeling, windsurfing or having a walk under the sea surface while feeding the fish or contemplating the remains of a sunken airplane.

In the west and south of the island you will find shallow waters, 6 to 30 meters, above the sandy plateau with little current, so the best way to travel is by a boat, while also enjoying the reefs. If you leave your boat moored, the island offers some other attractions including a helicopter tour, a farm of ostriches, 4x4 excursions or the possibility of other sports like tennis or golf.

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