top of page


Ancla 2

Autonomous country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, with an extension of 30 km long by 9 km wide. Uniform and arid island, with xerophytic vegetation, it does not have permanent rivers and its highest elevation, Mount Jamanota, barely reaches 188 meters. It stands at 25  km  north of Venezuela , south of  Caribbean Sea , east of the archipelago of  The monks  and the  Guajira Peninsula  and to the west of another autonomous Dutch country,  Curaçao . Oranjestad  is the  capital  and the largest city.  It is an idyllic destination, with white beaches, picturesque towns typical of the Dutch Caribbean with  facades painted in pastel colors and a must for most cruise ships in the southern Caribbean Sea.


How to get to Aruba

Plane: the Reina Beatrix International Airport in the center of the island and 4 km from Oranjestad, works as a gateway and connection center for the Caribbean, with flights from some of the most important cities on the east coast of the United States, Canada, Colombia, Holland, Venezuela and nearby islands. Aruba Airlines is based on the island.

How to get around Aruba

Collective Arubus: which works with a card similar to the SUBE that can be bought at different points in the centre. Connects the capital, Oranjestad, with attractions such as Eagle Beach, San Nicolás and Baby Beach

Taxi: they have fixed rates that are consulted before starting the trip, depending on the destination.

Car: renting is a very good option to tour the island.

What to see in Aruba


is the  capital  and the largest city in  Aruba . It is located at the southwestern end of the island. The city is known simply as "Playa" in the local language, the  Papiamento . Dutch colonial architecture is less visible than on the neighboring island of  Curacao and  Several modern recreations have sprung up, including the exterior of the mall located in the Royal Plaza and a series of scattered buildings along Main Street and in Main Square. Some buildings and homes in the city center have been restored and transformed into colorful landmarks, such as the civil registry, located on Wilhelminastraat.

Aruba Oranjestad

Arikok National Park

It is a protected space that occupies approximately 18 percent of the island of  Aruba , and includes: the Aruba lava formation, a quartz diorite formation, and a limestone formation that extends in from the shoreline.

These formations have directly influenced Aruba's human settlements as well as its natural wonders.



It is one of the main attractions of the Arikok National Park, an impressive natural reserve occupies more than 18% of the island and protects a desolate, arid and virgin landscape, where gigantic blue waves hammer the rocky coasts of the north and show the other side of the sea. Caribbean. Conchi is protected from the tide by a ring of huge volcanic rocks. It is a completely different landscape from the white sand beach with palm trees and flat sea. It can only be reached by jeep or on horseback.

aruba conchi

Quadirikiri Cave

It is also located within the Arikok National Park. Hidden at the bottom of a cliff, Quadirikiri Cave stretches for 150 meters, although the best images are taken in its dome-like chamber. Sunlight shines through holes in the ceiling of the cave.

Aruba cueva quadrikiri


Just north of Hooiberg, the Casibari rock formations are among the best things to do in Aruba and are now quite a popular tourist attraction. Some of the rock formations reach a large size. There are now some walking trails and some prehistoric rock drawings can be viewed.

aruba Casibari-Rock

Andicuri Beach

From Oranjestad the trip will take about 20 minutes. It is one of the most beautiful beaches on the east coast of Aruba,  known for its tranquility, its beautiful landscape  and the very clear water that is always moving due to the constant waves entering the cove. 

Especially the waves attract people who like bodyboarding and kitesurfing.  does not offer food and beverage facilities

Aruba Andicuri

Palm Beach

Located about 6 kilometers northwest of Oranjestad, it has a variety of hotels 4of great prestige such as Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino, Aruba Marriott Resort, Occidental Grand Aruba and Radisson Aruba Resort, Casino & Spa, RIU palace Aruba, Playa Linda Beach Resort. A commercial district adjacent to the hotels was completed in 2009. The site is located on one of Aruba's seven main thoroughfares, and the only four-lane highway. Palm Beach is connected to an Arubus bus line, arriving four times a day from the bus station in Oranjestad.

Aruba Palm-Beach

Rodger's Beach

A hidden gem in the middle of the Caribbean Sea, ideal for a romantic trip. It is located northwest of Playa  Baby  , on the 'Sint Nicolaasbaai' ( Saint Nicolas Bay) It is much smaller with a length of only 265 meters and is divided into two parts. Due to the lack of amenities and because it is less beautiful than Baby Beach, Rodgers Beach is a quiet beach. But if you are looking for tranquility combined with white sand and clear water with that typical Caribbean color, it is a great place to visit.  

Aruba Rodgers-Beach

baby beach

south of  Aruba  On the outskirts of San Nicolás you can visit this crescent-shaped beach that surrounds a calm lagoon formed by the Caribbean that  It owes its name to the fact that its calm waters are less than 1.5 meters deep. The beach looks like a perfect natural lagoon and is protected from the great blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. It is perfect for those traveling with children.

aruba Baby-Beach

arashi beach

It's a nice beach with big waves, sand, huts, and a large parking lot in front of it. You can also visit this beach by bus as Arashi Beach is the last stop on line 10a. Calm currents and ecological underwater life make this beach a perfect snorkeling spot and a favorite with locals. It is the last stretch of beach on the northwest side of Aruba and is located next to Boca Catalina


Aruban Cuisine

The gastronomy of this island is based on products such as fish and shellfish, it is a rich, quality and cosmopolitan cuisine, where in addition to the typical gastronomy of the island, you can enjoy international cuisine. 

Keshi yena: this typical dish is ideal for cheese lovers. a chicken and vegetable scramble that is finally covered entirely in gouda cheese.

Stew: made from beef, chicken or fish, it is traditionally served with Moorish rice and beans or mashed corn, also called funchi.

Pastechi: sweet breads filled with various meats: beef, fish or shrimp.

Aruba Ariba:  a sweet and refreshing cocktail based on coecoei, a red liquor whose centuries-old recipe originates from a native tribe of Venezuela. Includes vodka, rum, banana liqueur, orange punch, cranberries, and pineapple. Served with fruit slices

Aruba estofado

Reservá  los mejores Paseos y Tours por Aruba


Ancla 1

It's a  autonomous territory  the  Kingdom of the Netherlands  with an approximate area of 444  km² .  It is located in the south of  Antilles Sea , about 50  km from the northwestern coast of  Venezuela and has one of the liveliest urban centers in the Caribbean. Willemstad, the capital of Curaçao, offers a distinctive Euro-Caribbean experience, where Dutch colonial architecture brings its pastel colors to Amsterdam.

curazao ciudad

How to get to Curaçao

Airplane:  with direct flights from North America, Europe and South America, or by sea on a cruise ship or yacht.

How to get around in Curaçao

Bus  traditional subway style and passenger minivans. The former (or "konvoi") pass infrequently between the main points of the city, while the latter are more flexible in terms of the routes they follow and can drop you closer to your destination.

Car: Renting is a good way to see the whole island, and cars are available at the airport or in town. Keep in mind that the streets are often not well marked and that among the dangers that you can find on the streets are  pedestrians, donkeys, goats and iguanas.

What to see in Curaçao


In addition to being a site of  UNESCO World Heritage , it houses several interesting museums,  a rich street art scene  and the Mikveh Synagogue  Israel -Emanuel, the oldest in continuous operation in America. It is divided by the bay of Santa Ana and has a large floating bridge linking Punda and Otrobanda. There is a ferry that crosses for free and it is a nice walk on the water. The two neighborhoods are connected by: the aforementioned Queen Emma floating and pedestrian bridge, the Queen Juliana bridge, which is only used by cars, and a ferry for 150 people when the mobile bridge is removed for  the entrance to the port of cruise ships and deep draft ships.


Kura-Hulanda Museum

very interesting in the city of Willemstad. It is dedicated to the culture of the islanders and houses a very interesting collection of anthropological exhibits. This museum is one of the largest on the island.

It is located in 15 buildings and covers an area of approximately 1,500 square meters. In each building there is a special collection dedicated to a certain period of time or a certain cultural direction.


Fort Amsterdam

It is located in the oldest port area of Curaçao. This fort was built in 1634. Two years later it was the main fortress on the island. Now, in the building of the fort, there is a small museum with a curious collection of historical artifacts. Tourists can visit this outstanding monument for free. 

Curazao Fort_Amsterdam

Shete Boka National Park

It covers an area of 200 hectares, with coves and inlets where three species of turtles lay their eggs. What is visited is about ten kilometers of protected rocky coast, which is covered partly by car and partly on foot is the Boka Pistol, where the sea enters a kind of rocky funnel to emerge as a noisy spray that reaches ten , twenty, thirty meters, depending on the size of the wave

parque Boka_Pistol_in_het_Nation

Klein Curaçao or "Little Curaçao"

This small coral island is home to bluish lizards and hermit crabs that crawl and feed in the shade. Two miles of perfectly white sand seem to melt into iridescent waters teeming with tropical fish. On land, you can walk to an abandoned 19th-century lighthouse on the south end, where a couple of shipwrecks also rest undisturbed.


Sea World

If you want to meet the dolphins, at Curaçao Dolphin Academy, you will have the opportunity to meet them, swim with them, snorkel and even dive. To observe a variety of colorful fish and reefs, you have the option of being inside a submersible, self-propelled scooter. You can also visit the Aquarium, with an open water system, the sea water is pumped continuously, which allows you to observe the marine animals while they are fed.

cuarazao delfin

Blue Bay Beach

It is located 20 minutes north of Willemstad, on the west coast of Curaçao. It is a private beach that belongs to the Blue Bay Golf & Beach Resort, Curaçao . of white sands, undulating palm trees and calm blue waters ideal for swimming due to the low waves  Highlights the cleanliness and maintenance of the place, as well as services such as restaurant, bar, water sports.

curazao blue-bay-beach

Cas Abao

It is located on the west coast of Curaçao, 25 minutes away. A beach of fine white sand and turquoise waters that makes you fall in love at first sight. The atmosphere is a mixture of country beach with all the comforts at full service. Inside the water there is a moored raft to sunbathe and jump into the water. There is also a restaurant, bar and showers

curazao cas-abao-beach

Kenepa Grandi Beach

Also known as Grote Knip, it is located on the northwest coast of Curaçao. It is one of the best known beaches on the island of Curaçao and one of the best beaches in the Caribbean. Its white sands and the turquoise blue of the water are the perfect setting for a children's bath. The rock formations and cliffs on both sides of the beach are used for jumps and dives by adrenaline seekers.

curazao kenepa-beach

Laguna Beach

It is located in the town of Lagun, 30 km. north of Willemstad. Its white sands, the tranquility of the water and the cliffs on each side of the beach are the perfect ingredients for those seeking tranquility and it is an authentic natural pool. It has different services such as restaurant, shops and massages

Curazao lagun-beach

Kokomo Beach

Also known as Vaersenbaai, it is located 4 km. north of Sint Michiel in Curaçao. It has palm trees, lounge chairs, a restaurant, a bar, bathrooms and showers. The swing on the water is very popular among its visitors. This wonderful place that is public is an ideal beach for those looking to snorkel in its coral reef. The atmosphere in Kokomo is family-friendly and from the restaurant you can listen to the music that further enlivens this paradisiacal destination such as the spectacular sunset.

curazao kokomo-beach

curacao gastronomy

Like much of the Caribbean, Curaçao's diverse cuisine reflects its history and heritage, from Creole to Dutch and Indonesian flavors.

Keshi yena – cheese stuffed with a spiced meat (often chicken), olives, capers, onions, and prunes, all baked to perfection.

Kabritu Stoba:  It is a stew made with green papaya and beef or goat meat.

Kadushi: it is a cactus soup, which is prepared by removing the thorns from the plant, then cutting it, in such a way that its meat is found, with which the broth is boiled. To give it its unique and Caribbean flavor, they use a utensil made from tree branches.

Bolo Pretu: prepared as a dark cake with lemon, grapes and raisins.

Curaçao liqueur: it is prepared with the bitter and dried bark of the laraha, which is an endemic citrus fruit, its alcohol content varies from 15 degrees to 40 degrees. It is made in white, blue, orange, red and green colors.

Awa di lamunchi: freshly squeezed lime juice; Popular drink to beat the heat.

curazap keshi shena
curazao kabritu stoba
Curazao bolo petru
curazao sopa kadushi
curazao licosr

Reservá  los mejores Paseos y Tours por Curazao

bottom of page