The lowest fare found to Aruba (AUA) was £728 with American Airlines and Business Class was £2420 with KLM. The fares shown here are the lowest flight prices to Aruba obtained in actual searches by Just The Flight customers. To search and book flights to Aruba in 2020 and 2021, please enter your requirements and click the search button above.
Aruba is a small island in the Caribbean Sea, with a consistently warm, sunny climate and plenty of white sandy beaches, it is the perfect tourist destination. There is much to do in Aruba, from visiting Arikok National Park and the numerous beaches, to the donkey sanctuary, butterfly farm and several museums. There are plenty of water-based activities, such as kayaking, scuba diving and jet skiing, as well as rock climbing and golf. Aruba is a destination rich in culture, with locally made spirits, cigars and aloe available, venues for art, music and theatre and casinos, dance clubs and beachfront bars. The capital city, Oranjestad, has a number of old buildings in its centre, which has been colourfully painted; the lime green Civil Registry Office being a good example.
The Bon Bini Festival promises a spirited Aruban celebration; “bon bini” meaning welcome in the local Papiamento language. Antillean dancers don elaborate costumes to entertain the crowds, while musicians play steel drums and Aruban artwork is displayed. You can sample some of the local food and drink at the festival, which is held every Tuesday night in the Fort Zoutman courtyard in Oranjestad. The fort is a major tourist attraction in Aruba and was built as defence against pirates in the 1700’s. It was restored in the 1980’s and remains one of the oldest pieces of Dutch architecture in the region. There is a small fee for admission to the festival, but it remains well worth the money to sample some fabulous authentic Aruban culture.
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