Aruba Timeshare resales and rentals

Aruba Timeshare resales and rentals are a great and affordable way to take advantage of the many activities the island of Aruba has to offer. Please take a moment to browse our current listings for Aruba Timeshare Resales & Rentals. Aruba timeshares offer vacationers the natural beauty of the beautiful beaches, some of the world’s best scuba diving and fishing, and plenty of recreational opportunities from the comfort of many of the world’s finest resorts. Check out our great Aruba resale and rental values and see for yourself why it makes sense to buy or rent from Timeshare Sales Today.

The island of Aruba has a population of about 120,000 inhabitants of a generally mixed ancestry made up primarily of Caquetio Indian, African and European roots. The mother-tongue of Aruba is Papiamento, a mixture of Spanish, Portuguese, African, and Dutch. On average the temperature is 82ºF, and since Aruba is outside the hurricane belt, tropical storms and hurricanes are rare. The landscape includes volcanic lava formation, the spectacular Parke Nacional Arikok which spans over 7900 acres, and the memorable white, sandy beaches and sand dunes. The beautiful weather, amazing setting, and friendly locals make Aruba a veritable paradise.

The beaches of Aruba rank among the cleanest and most attractive of the Caribbean. All of the beaches are public and have easy access. There are many popular beaches on the island, like Arashi Beach, known for its calm surf. The sand is white and soft with the occasional stone. Snorkeling is very popular here because of the coral and beautiful fish. Palm Beach is home to most high-rise hotels, and is perfect for swimming, tanning, sailing, fishing, snorkeling, and people watching. The resorts clean the sand daily to ensure the beauty of the beach. While you will find the resorts make this beach busier, the gardens, thriving animal life, and easy access to cold tropical drinks, make this a superb beach. If you prefer a little more exercise then try windsurfing at Hadicurari, or Fishermen’s Huts. In June, the Hi-Winds World Challenge, a pro-am windsurfing competition is held here. You will find include picnic tables and shade huts for you convenience. Boca Catalina offers horseback-riding tours, catamarans, sailboats, snorkeling, and gentle, shallow water perfect for relaxing. Whether you are looking to relax or splash around, Aruba has many gorgeous beaches for you to choose from.

In addition to Aruba’s beaches, consider exploring the Archaeological Museum of Aruba where you will find a wonderful permanent collection. Aruba’s first inhabitants date to approximately 4500 years back and many ceramic artifacts, shell tools, and ornaments are on display. There are also many local art galleries with contemporary art for you to visit.

Aruba boasts of the modern Queen Beatrix International Airport which is served by a number of airlines, and connections can be made to any part of the world.