Aruba

Aruba’s capital is Oranjestad, the island has an array of long stretched sandy beaches, eagle beach coming out in top spot, followed closely by palm beach, mangel halto by the Spanish lagoon, baby beach on the south eastern Side and aresghi beach on the north western side.

The Economy in Aruba is very reasonable giving the island one of the highest standards of living of the Caribbean islands and has a very low unemployment rate to match, its main industry is the exportation of aloe Vera and is actually the largest exporter of aloe in the world. It is so big in Aruba that they now have their own line of products called Aruba aloe. The other industries that support Aruba is the tourism industry and petroleum refining.

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The island is below the hurricane belt so you do not have to worry when to book your holiday, you will also not need to worry about the water as the water in Aruba is pure and is all distilled in a saltwater dieseling plant.

Aruba’s capital is Oranjestad, the island has an array of long stretched sandy beaches, eagle beach coming out in top spot, followed closely by palm beach, mangel halto by the Spanish lagoon, baby beach on the south eastern Side and aresghi beach on the north western side.

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Palm Beach is where you will find all the main high rise resorts where Eagle beach has the low rise resorts. Aruba has many smaller private islands, Renaissance island is where you will find the flamingo beach but this is exclusively for adults and Palm island being the most popular, these both have restaurants, bars and tourist attractions.

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Culture

Back on the main island there is an array of night life, including a strip of bars and restraints near the hotel strip, there are also many casinos which Aruba is well known for

Arikok national park is a great place to visit, you can also participate in horse riding, jeep safaris, mountain biking, snorkelling, kite surfing, shopping, or just relaxing on one of the beautiful beaches. Several years ago a naturally formed limestone bridge made a great tourist attraction but unfortunately collapsed in 2005.

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