Butterflies photograph best in the afternoon when they slow down.
Hundreds of species of butterflies from all over the world call Aruba’s Butterfly Farm their home. In a tropical and exotic environment, you can experience a variety of beautifully colored butterflies fluttering all around you.
Donkeys are not native to Aruba, but have lived here for more than 500 years.
Come visit and pamper the many donkeys that live at Aruba's Donkey Sanctuary. These donkeys receive food and water, shelter, expert care and lots of love from those who visit them. Feel free to bring apples and carrots, which are their favorite snack.
The ostrich male can roar like a lion.
Although ostrich aren’t native to Aruba, these giant birds feel right at home on Aruba's desert landscape. You can take a guided tour of the farm and learn about ostrich and their cousins, the emu. Experience these prehistoric birds up close and personal.www.arubaostrichfarm.com
The coral reef just off De Palm Island is one of Aruba's most spectacular snorkel sites. Complimentary snorkel tours are offered twice daily.
If you are a family looking for a day of fun and adventure, then De Palm Island is the place to go. Complete with waterpark, banana boat rides, snorkeling, organized daily activities and an all-you-can-eat buffet, you're sure to have a memorable experience at De Palm Island.www.depalmtours.com/de-palm-island
Kids Ages 12 & Under
Stay, Play and Eat FREE at Tamarijn Aruba in 2018