Vacancy Rewards invite you to Aruba the Dominican island with a tropical appeal as well as blue turquoise waters. Tourists can lounge on its white sandy beaches, snorkel amongst shipwrecks and colorful corals and explore the beautiful island on an ATV vehicle. Moreover, it’s vibrating nightlife and friendly locals make your Caribbean holiday experience. The highlighted attraction of your Aruba vacation is its Butterfly Farm where tourists get to discover enthralling, stunning butterflies, which flutter freely in a lattice, clustered vegetated enclosure. You can carry your camera and click awe-inspiring shots.
Vacancy Rewards know that time flies by when you are having fun in your Aruba vacation as the island of Aruba is filled with beauty and charm. All tourists holidaying in Aruba should experience comfort and freedom as this is what we all wish for, the lively youngster can’t wait to b placed on a surfboard and ride of the big waves. It sure is a good idea to explore the bounties of nature while kicking the waters and sand. There is no single activity that fails to entertain its visitors as walking down Aruba’s coastline doesn’t get you bored as the calm surface of the waters is pretty relieving.
Vacancy Rewards members know that a visit to the Arikok National Park of Aruba is a must as it is filled with ecological treasures, exotic and rare cacti and desert vegetation. Nature Bridge of Aruba is its most popular attraction that tourist from far and wide come to enjoy. This bridge is a formation of coral limestone cut out by years of pounding and surfing waves that extend to about seven feet above sea level and spans more than a hundred feet. Tourists enjoy climbing up large boulders to enjoy the ocean surf break over the rocks and cascade back into the basin.
Vacancy Rewards recommends tourists to visit the California Lighthouse of Aruba perched on an high seaside elevation the lighthouse is Aruba’s scenic attraction and offers a picturesque view of the island’s western coastline of sandy beaches. The sand filled flat land around the lighthouse is called California’s White Sand Dunes and is popular with kids who enjoy dune surfing.