Private jet charter and flights to Aruba
With its Portuguese, Creole, Dutch and English history, Aruba is a delectable multi-cultural haven of luxury resorts, fine dining and idyllic beaches – along with hidden gems including ancient limestone caves, protected reefs, shipwreck dives and volcanic formations. Get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter a private jet to Aruba.
Aruba’s west-facing beaches call out for beachcombing and sundowners, the north coast is made for pounding blue wave adventure and the east coast’s Arikok National Park sprawls over nearly a fifth of the island, home to captivating shoreline, cacti-filled hills, an incredible natural pool and breathtaking sand dunes.
Beaches are pristine white, hotel resorts are plentiful and there’s lots of nightlife in the way of restaurants, bars and casinos. This island may be small, but it’s got everything you need for a blissful break combining laidback island life and lavish home comforts.
Waterfront capital city Oranjestad is a palm-lined hotbed of upscale boutiques and fine dining; while the nearby Eagle Beach offers powdery sands, turquoise seas and watersports. On the island’s eastern tip, Rodgers is fantastic for snorkeling. For the ultimate secluded spot, head to Baby Beach, which boasts a beautiful half-moon lagoon of shallow waters and vivid coral reefs.
If you can tear yourself away from blue skies and sparkling sea, take a land adventure through the ecological preserve of Arikok National Park. Here you can jeep-drive across sand dunes and limestone cliffs, horseback ride at sunrise or sunset, take a dip in the warm waters of a natural pool and hike numerous geological trails spotting tropical flora and wildlife.
Temperatures on Aruba rarely dip below 82 degrees Fahrenheit, making the island an impeccable fly-and-flop holiday spot. The most strenuous activities include an hour or two of snorkelling amongst resident angel and clown fish, surfboard yoga, hiking up Haystack Mountain, scuba diving off Renaissance Island or perhaps a sunset cruise. The island is bursting with luxury hotels, ranging from lavish big-name brands to toes-in-the-sand boutique boltholes.