A visit to Aruba's Butterfly Farm is an unforgettable encounter with nature in all its beauty and diversity. Step into a tropical garden teeming with butterflies from ...
Walk through a butterfly farm, where you can view and handle these beautiful bugs. After your tour - you can stay as long as you like - return for free anytime during your trip.
Back in 1840, the aloe vera wonder plant was introduced in Aruba, influencing everything from art and architecture to health and healing. Soon, two-thirds of Aruba's ...
Not only can you take a tour of the factory that processes aloe gel from plants introduced to Aruba in 1840, but you can visit the museum and purchase any number of aloe products. The tours run every 15 minutes and are free.
Welcome! Thank you for visiting the website for Donkey Sanctuary Aruba. Founded in 1997 as a non-profit and completely volunteer run organization, our mission is simple.
Before cars came to Aruba, donkeys were brought to the island as a mode of transportation. Visit the small herds that are now being cared for properly. Admission is free, but donations are accepted. Become a sponsor for as little as $30/year.
Bubali Bird Sanctuary One of our favorite birding areas, and one of the easiest to find.
This sanctuary is within walking distance from the resorts area. More than 80 species of migratory birds call the reserve home and are free to observe.
Aruba National Park: The Arikok National Park is home to rare priceless gems indigenous to Aruba. Nearly 20% of Aruba is a designated National Park.
For just $11 per person, you have an endless amount of things to amaze you. Native plants that you may have never seen before inhabit the park. Many different kinds of rocks can be observed. There are small, spectacular beaches along the coastline, so bring your bathing suit.
You can view the ruins of gold mills on the island that were built by the first prospectors.
The outside of the building is adorned with signs and artwork and inside you can order churrasco, Creole calamari, shrimp scampi and pasapalo, plus items you’re probably more accustomed to, like burgers and fresh fish.
Choose from a huge menu which ranges from the Caribbean or French breakfast to the all-you-can-eat seafood buffet.
With items that feature their fresh-caught fish and something called pina colada shrimp, you can't really go wrong. The menu is described as "Caribbean chic" and the restaurant sits right on the beach.