There's an abundance of sports from golf, tennis, deep sea fishing and sailing
Eagle Beach is a more relaxing resort, although the two beaches do merge together. The resort is quiet, unspoilt and friendly with more low key hotels surrounded by lush green gardens. Caribbean bands and Vegas style shows give tourists an incredible evening. Even though Aruba is a small island there’s still plenty to do to keep you busy from taking an evening sunset cruise around the island to an underwater trip on a passenger submarine.
There an abundance of sports from golf, tennis, deep sea fishing and sailing. Away from the beach is a desert land full of cacti and iguanas where you can enjoy horse riding, hiking or if you’re feeling brave you can drive an all terrain vehicle over the wild outback.
The Aruban cuisine reflects the cultural influences that played an important role on the island. The menus reflect the international cuisine and local dishes are prepared with exotic ingredients. The numerous restaurants can accommodation every dining need from romantic candlelit dinners to family meals. Aruba with its unique Caribbean twist and its world class facilities make this holiday destination one that you will remember forever, so don’t delay, book your holidays to Aruba online at Latedeals.co.uk today.
Places to Visit
Lago Reef – Aruba
At a depth of 120 feet, this is Aruba’s deepest dive location, which offers a kaleidoscope of coral formations, sponges, sea anemones and a variety of marine life
Grapefield is a large rock formation on the eastern coast of Aruba. It faces the beach,the best hour to climb here is after noon because the sun gets behind the wall and this one give you a shade to climb.
Druif Beach, a long, narrow oval-shaped stretch of ivory sand, is home to the casual low-rise resorts. Here, rooms are just steps away from the calm Caribbean waters. Though not too far from bustling downtown Oranjestad, Druif Beach is a quiet and relaxing spot for sunning and socializing.