If you have the urge to get away where the weather is a balmy 83° F even in the arctic days of February, Aruba may just be the place for you. If you want to enjoy life to the fullest, cruising to Aruba is the way to go. Simply sit back and be waited on hand and foot while you dance the night away and eat from every delicious buffet imaginable. Many cruise lines travel to Aruba including:
- Princess Cruise Lines- Here you have one of the best cruise lines imaginable offering you a delightful cruise to the land of sparkling white sandy beaches and snorkeling that can't be beat. With attention to detail and quality rooms, your trip aboard a Princess Line is sure to delight everyone in your party. Ports of call on the Aruba trip also include San Juan, Barbados, and St. Thomas.
- Carnival Cruises-This popular cruise line takes a trip to Aruba on its Caribbean Southern cruises aboard the Carnival Miracle. Eight night trips are available departing from Ft. Lauderdale and also touring Grand Turk, Curacao, and Dominican Republic.
- Celebrity Cruise Lines-Departing from Ft. Lauderdale, a trip to Aruba would also take you to St. John's, St. Lucia, and St. Maarten. They offer a leisurely stroll throught the soutehrn Carribean with a 14-night trip that is sure to bring you home completely relaxed.
- Crystal Cruises-For those wanting to depart from New York or San Francisco for a long and luxurious stay, these 12 and 19-night elegant cruises may be just the ones for you. Pack your swimsuit and enjoy the days and nights in Cabo San Lucas, Charleston, and Grand Cayman, just to name a few.
While in Aruba, you can charter a bus or jeep tour to see the island or you can rent a car, taxi, or take a bus to see the sites. One-fifth of Aruba is covered by Arikok National Park. Here you'll find hiking trails, historical sites, and lush flora and fauna that will make for photo opportunities you won't find anywhere else.
Cruising to this lovely island is the perfect way to pass the cold days of winter, so make your reservations today.
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