Visit to this butterfly farm is something you are not likely to forget. Butterflies of various shapes and colours are so fascinating!
Eagle Beach is a beach and neighborhood of Oranjestad, Aruba. The neighborhood is famous for its many low-rise resorts and wide public beach.
Alto Vista Chapel is a small Catholic chapel also known as "Pilgrims Church" that stands on the hills above the north shore of the sea and…
Finding this pool is a real experience as the way lacks almost any signposting. Yet definitely worth it!
The Arikok National Park takes up approximately 18 percent of the island of Aruba and includes three primary geological formations: the…
Landmark of Aruba. Climb it to enjoy the spectacular views of the island.
Beach perfect for families with even the small kids - it is naturally protected from waves and the water is very shallow.
Ayo Rock Formations are monolithic rock boulders located on the island of Aruba in the Caribbean.
These huge boulders are a perfect vantage point for overlooking the island. If you're lucky, you will see Venezuela from here.
A beachside restaurant and bar serving amazing seafood and mixed drinks. A great dining experience.
Small but lovely waterfront park dedicated to the Dutch Queen is a nice place to wander around and watch the sunset.
A typical cave with several rock formations and narrow corridors. Beautiful place off the beaten path.
This mill is one of the few last remnants of Dutch colonial heritage. Constructed in 19th century in the Netherlands and then moved to Aruba.
Come to this beach to watch the spectacular sunset or just to swim - the waters are very calm and shallow, too.
SS Antilla was a Hamburg America Line cargo ship that was launched in 1939 and scuttled in 1940.