September 26, 2012
If variety truly is the spice of life, then guests of the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba who appreciate fine food are in for quite a treat. Featuring more venues at which to enjoy a meal and a surprising range of international cuisines, dining at these two sister properties is a memorable affair.
Food aficionados can eat somewhere different each day, sampling an array of tempting tastes at any of the nine dining venues, as guests staying at one property also have full use of all…
September 25, 2012
With the cooling of the temperatures at night, start the changing of the leaves by day and the best time to take off to Aruba. Take a well deserved, pre-holiday vacation. What better place to write your Christmas list then under a palapa on the beach. Travel from October 1 – December 21 and receive 33% off room rates at the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba. Check rates now at http://www.diviaruba.com/rates/index.php. Discounts are reflected in room rates.
September 24, 2012
Featured in the Summer 2012 Aruba Newsletter, was Julia Mastrapasqua and Matthew Garcia's fairytale wedding at the Tamarijn Aruba. The couple, from New Jersey, love the beach and watned a laid-back, flip-flop wedding and that's just what they got. Their guests were also pleased with the vaule the all inclusive packages offered at at Tamarijn Aruba including all meals, beverages, sports and entertainment. The main event included a breathtaking beach wedding at the Tamarijn Aruba and a classy, poolside reception at the Divi Villas with live music and…
September 23, 2012
Pinterest has quickly become one of the hottest social media sites, reaching as many as 20 million unique visitors this past April. Visit the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba boards http://pinterest.com/divitamaruba/ to see the latest images for honeymoons, weddings, activities and more. Pin our photos on your vacation board to remind you of where you really want to be...the beatutiful, white sand Divi & Tamarijn Aruba beach.
September 22, 2012
Indeed, Aruba is home to an 80-count flock of ostrich, who share their home at the Aruba Ostrich Farm with Australian emus. Aruba's rugged landscape and climate has proven to be welcoming to this bird species, whose native homeland is Africa. The ostrich farm provides guided tours for a closer look at this very distinct wildlife. Kids and adults alike can partake in the fun. http://www.aruba.com/ThingstoDo/Attractions/Ostrich_Farm.aspx
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