Aruba Vacations


Sparkling azure waters and pillowy soft white-sand beaches make Aruba the quintessential island paradise. Throw in exciting water sports, inland adventures and world-class nightlife and you have a beach vacation that's almost impossible to beat.

When relaxation is your goal, the beach and cool ocean breezes accommodate. Duty-free shopping makes for another way to enjoy your carefree days, as is enjoying one of a host of inviting restaurants that provide delectable worldly cuisine.

When water sports top your itinerary, Aruba offers everything from snorkeling to scuba diving to windsurfing. Marlin, tuna, shark and sailfish reside in the Caribbean waters around Aruba, and can be snared on a half- or full-day deep sea fishing excursion.

Land-based adventures can be just as exhilarating and include golfing, casino gambling, ATV tours, and non-stop nightly entertainment.

Many Aruban resorts also understand the importance of a family friendly, on-site pool. From meandering lazy rivers to swim-up bars, the island's resort pools are almost destinations all their own.
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Divi Dutch Village
Oranjestad, Aruba AN
Aruba's lovely coast and beaches can be discovered at Dutch Village, a Divi resort. Create a memorable vacation getaway. The resort is just steps down a garden path to beautiful Druif beach where guests can just relax on the lounge chairs or try an array of water sports. Enjoy an invigorating swim in any of three pools. Practice your backhand on the tennis courts. Divi Dutch Village guests enjoy preferred tee times at the Links at Divi Aruba golf course.

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 12:00
Check-in Days: Saturday

Important Information
  • Pet Information: Animals are not permitted; could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
  • Resort cannot honor unit upgrades or moves.
  • Security deposit required upon check-in at the resort.
  • Please visit at least 48 hours prior to your departure to Aruba to speed up your customs paperwork for both arrival and departure.
  • Effective 11/19/2016 the new resort lobby at Divi Dutch Village Beach Resort will be open and guest will need to check in and check out at this new location between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. Resort Address: J.E. Irausquin Boulevard 47 Oranjestad, Aruba Resort Phone: 297.583.5000
  • Guests checking in or out before/after the hours listed will need to visit the front desk at Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort for service.
  • Mandatory fee: Security deposit is 300.00 U.S. dollars.
  • Mandatory fee: Occupancy tax is 9.50 to 11.88 U.S. dollars. Per unit; Per day based on room size, St/$9.50, 1bed/$10.29, 2bed & 3bed/11.88
  • Mandatory fee: Utility surcharge is 20.00 to 30.00 U.S. dollars. Per unit; Per day based on room size, St/$12.80, 1bed/$15.39, 2bed/17.98, 3bed/20.57
  • Mandatory fee: Local tax is 10.00 to 25.00 U.S. dollars. Per stay based on room size, St/$10, 1bed/$15, 2bed & 3bed/$25

Pago Pago. This unique restaurant at the Wyndham Aruba offers creative, island-style cuisine to go with gorgeous sunset views.

L.G. Smiths. Steaks and seafood are the specialty at this hip, downtown Oranjestad restaurant, which serves up a decidedly South Beach vibe.


Get offroad. ATV tours allow you to explore Aruba's backcountry - and see sites most tourists never see, like the natural pool at Conchi.

Test your luck. Pick up a little extra spending money at the slots, or have a fun time trying. Among some of the more popular places to play include the Occidental Grand and the Royal Palm Club.

Make an underwater memory. The crystal clear waters off the Aruban coast are perfect for underwater photography. Several places allow you to rent the gear you need to snap a showpiece.

Beach hop 'til you drop. Some of the finest resorts list beautiful Palm Beach as their address for a reason. But there are many other beaches worth exploring, such as renowned Eagle Beach, surfer-haven Hadikurari Beach and ultra-shallow Baby Beach.


Quadiriki Caves. See Arawak petroglyphs as you explore these caves' deep passages, carved inside of a limestone cliff.

See the natural bridges. The biggest and most famous natural bridge collapsed in 2005, but Aruba has many more worth seeing, including the one at Boca Andicuri.

Climb the "Haystack" (Hooiberg). Ascend the more than 1,000 steps to the top of this centrally located mountain and you just might spot the Venezuelan coastline.


Oranjestad wharf. Purchase the catch of the day straight off the boats here in the capital city on Aruba's southern end - or stroll the malls nearby.