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Why Visit Aruba?

Aruba, an enchanting island in the southern Caribbean Sea, forms part of the Lesser Antilles. Known for its idyllic white-sand beaches, the island boasts a pleasant arid climate and lies outside the hurricane belt. The capital city, Oranjestad, showcases a delightful mix of Dutch colonial architecture, vibrant street art, and a bustling harbor.

Aruba’s natural beauty is exemplified by its rugged desert landscapes, such as Arikok National Park. The island is a haven for water sports enthusiasts, with world-class snorkeling and windsurfing opportunities. Its rich cultural heritage is celebrated through music, dance, and festivals, including the colorful Carnival.