Best Time To Visit:
All year. With the best climate in the Caribbean, Aruba has warm, dry weather tempered by pleasant trade winds all year round.
Key Cruising Areas:
At just 20 miles long and six miles wide, a superyacht charter can easily incorporate the many superb beaches dotted along the west coastlines, as well as Aruba’s two private islands – Du Palm and Renaissance, home of the famous pink flamingos. For a more extensive cruise, enjoy all three of the ABC islands: Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao.
Getting close to nature. Explore the huge California Dunes on the northern tip of the island, kayak through mangroves, admire the Casibari Boulders and Ayo Rock Formations, dive into the many coral reefs, or try to spot some of the island’s wildlife, for example, the native ‘Shoco’ - an adorable burrowing owl.
Best Spots for Wining and Dining:
There is no shortage of fine dining on the island, particularly around Eagle Beach. Here, enjoy Caribbean-Peruvian fusion at The Kitchen Table or classic fine dining with a twist at Senses. For a romantic meal, watch the sunset from a private beach palapa at Elements restaurant, or head to the pier at Pinchos Bar and Grill for a cocktail with a view.