Aruba Tourism

Aruba Tourism
The West Indies island of Aruba is the perfect spot for outdoor enthusiasts. With its gorgeous beaches and plentiful water sports, the island is a popular option for anyone who appreciates the great outdoors.

Off Road Jaunt

Conchi is a small water area off Aruba's shore that requires the use of an ATV or other off-road vehicle for access. You can spend the day enjoying this off-the-beaten-trail destination.

Rock Climbing for a View

Located on the western side of Aruba, you'll find the Casibari and Ayo Rock Formations. You can climb up the rocks to get a picturesque view of much of the island.

Snorkeling and Shipwrecks

Not all outdoor fun is on land. You can go snorkeling at two different shipwreck locations near Aruba: the Antilla and the Boca Catalina. Of course, the island provides many other snorkeling tours as well.

The Haystack

Outdoor lovers in good shape can climb the 1,000 steps to the top of the "Haystack," a 500 foot high mountain. From the apex, you can see the shore of Venezuela.

Beaches and More Beaches

Aruba is home to many private and public beaches. For families of outdoor lovers, Baby Beach is a good choice. The water is shallow but is near some snorkeling areas to provide entertainment for all age levels.

Article Written By Amy Jorgensen

Amy Jorgensen is a freelance writer and college instructor from Indiana. In addition to freelancing, she has also taught writing, public speaking, business communication and customer service courses at two different colleges. Jorgensen holds a Bachelor of Science in English and a Master of Liberal Studies degree.

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