(Closed) Divi Aruba

posted 7 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

Haven’t stayed at the Divi, but if you get the chance, go see the Ayo or Casibari rock formations, they’re really cool!

Post # 4
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Newbee
  • Wedding: January 2012

I didn’t stay at the divi…lucky you! but make sure you take him to the beer/coke factory, there is also a aloe lotion factory, make sure to go to baby beach…it was such a amazing experience.

We also did a booze cruise that was really nice and pretty fun, they actually stopped the boat in the ocean and you could go down a slide or use the rope swing to swing into the ocean in the middle of the night.

We really enjoyed visiting all the other hotels as well, so many of them are so amazing and hey as long as your playing at one of their casinos your drinking for free 😛

Post # 5
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Busy bee

There are catamarans to go snorkeling & scuba diving.  You can do ATV & Jeep tours out to the natural bridge & Alto Vista.  As someone else mentioned, there’s SeaTrek at Baby Beach, as well as casinos.  You can also take submarine tours.  Aruba also has a good culinary scene, so you can try restaurants around the island if you don’t wish to spend the entire time at the Divi (or Tamarijn, which is connected to the Divi).  The Divi Village has a nice restaurant overlooking the golf course, as well as a more casual place for daytime dining.  (The Divi Village restaurants aren’t included as part of the “all-inclusive” plan at the Divi Aruba, though.)  If you feel the need to indulge in “retail therapy,” Aruba is excellent for that — especially, in downtown Oranjestad.  You’ll have a great time!

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