- Aruba All inclusive holidays
The unique landscape of this 20-mile Caribbean island make all-inclusive holidays in Aruba a break from the norm. It's very flat - so flat that it has no naturally occurring inland rivers at all - and the highest peak, Mount Jamanota, is little more than 600 feet above sea level. Look to it on the horizon during your Aruba holiday, and it will serve as a useful landmark indicating a spot slightly south-east of the island's centre point. The landscape is not without shelter though, and this leads to the main tourist resorts being clustered not in the south-east, but along the south-west shores of Aruba.
Aruba's tranquil setting
Cheap, all-inclusive holidays to Aruba are most likely to take place in one of these south-western resorts, and here are some of the best conditions on the island. The land mass of Aruba itself is responsible for this, shielding the pristine white sandy beaches against the stronger sea currents that flow against the northern coast. This creates calm bathing waters that are exactly what most tourists want from their holiday in the sun - a chance to splash in the sea or tan on an unspoilt beach, with the ease of mind that you only get with an all-inclusive holiday.
Aruba has strong links with several nations other than the UK. One of its nearest mainland neighbours is Venezuela, and this is a leading tourism market for the island. The US also sees Aruba as an exotic holiday destination, as you may remember from the first episode of the hit comedy series Friends, when Jennifer Aniston's character Rachel was due to spend her honeymoon there. A large Dutch contingent can also be expected, as Aruba - although it has its own currency and is largely independent - is technically a territory of the Netherlands.
Aruba - idyllic and all-inclusive
All-inclusive holidays to Aruba really do offer the perfect sun and sand break, without the worry of a budget. Even more than most destinations, this is an island paradise where everything you need is right there in your hotel, and the benefit of an all-inclusive stay is, of course, that the cost of everything is covered upfront too. Whether it's breakfast before you hit the beach, dinner when you're done for the day, or just popping back to the bar for cool refreshments to rehydrate, you've got it all.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Aruba?
Booking an all-inclusive holiday to Aruba allows you the freedom to explore this gorgeous island. With all your food, drink and accommodation covered, your only concern during your holiday will be relaxing and sampling all this small, but perfectly formed, Caribbean island has to offer. The last thing you need to worry about is where your wallet is, after a day on one of the island’s beautiful beaches you can return to base where everything has already been taken care off. Paradise indeed.