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Length: 2000-3500 words (excluding bibliography)

Your research proposal should include the following sections:


Your title should give a clear indication of your proposed research approach or key question.


Include a short summary of your central question. You should tell us what you are attempting to research and why it is significant. You must state clearly what you hope to discover at the end of your research.

Thesis statement and literature review

Explain the subject matter of your project and why you think the issues raised are important. Provide a summary of the key debates and developments in your chosen area and demonstrate your knowledge and grasp of the specific literature (global) that you will be engaging with during your research. You should show that you are familiar with texts in your chosen area, and what are the gaps in the literature that your research is attempting to fill, i.e., how your proposed research is original and will increase our understanding of the subject matter. Through this, you should detail how your research area fits into current academic thinking and/or policy discourse.

Theoretical framework

The theoretical framework provides the rationale behind your research proposal. You must provide a critical review of existing theories or concepts (global), which are closely related to your research topic. Show how these theories/concepts frame your research questions and the overall structure of your research proposal, and clearly state the specific theoretical concepts/analytical frameworks that you are engaging with.

You should outline your draft overall research question and any relevant sub-research questions and hypotheses through engagement with the theoretical literature.

State to what extent your approach is distinctive or new or builds on/deepens existing theoretical literature in your chosen area.

Research Design

Show how you plan to carry out your research (including fieldwork) and how you will analyse the findings. You should also show how this relates to your hypothesis. Put details of your research design in terms of approaches, methods and tools, along with some indication of specifics such as demo size (i.e., give an idea of the scope of your research project).

Ethical considerations

Outline any ethical concerns that arise from either your research course or your proposed methods of collecting and collating data.


List the sources you have used in your literature review. Also, separately, point to potential sources that will be appropriate for your proposed research.

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Killexams : ICSA grants security certification to Aruba SD-WAN

Migrating your identity and access management systems to the cloud offers unquestionable benefits, but there are nonetheless several potential pitfalls that may arise before, during and after the migration process. Here's what you need to look out for, and how to prepare for it.

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Killexams : Adults-only experience at Aruba Marriott Resort

Aruba remains a popular destination for travelers to the Caribbean. And why wouldn't it be? With gorgeous beaches, mild weather that hovers around 80 degrees and a location outside of the hurricane belt, it's an ideal vacation spot. Nicknamed "One Happy Island," the destination also has a stunning desert landscape great for hiking, ATV riding and cave exploring.

The island is on track to make a strong recovery from the pandemic. In 2019, it welcomed almost 2 million visitors, and last year Aruba's minister of tourism reported that tourism had recovered 72% compared with those record-high 2019 numbers. 

As the Caribbean continues to rebound after Covid closures, travelers are looking for unique hotel amenities and personalized experiences. Another feature many travelers are looking for is adults-only programming. To accommodate this trend, the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino offers Tradewinds Club, an adults-only "resort-within-a-resort" experience.

I recently traveled to Aruba and got a firsthand look at the exclusive offering. After an easy three-hour flight from Miami, I spent less than 30 minutes going through customs and took a 15-minute taxi ride to the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, which is conveniently located on Aruba's famed Palm Beach.

First impressions are everything, and the lobby of the resort made a strong one, with soaring ceilings and lots of stylish seating arranged around sleek wood coffee tables.

The Tradewinds has its own check-in desk and concierge, which right away elevated the vacation experience.

Though the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino has more than 400 rooms and the largest casino and spa on the island, the Tradewinds Club offers lots of personal touches along with access to the rest of the resort amenities. 

After checking in, I made a beeline for the resort's palm tree-lined beach, which has an adults-only area with a separate towel hut for Tradewinds guests. Another feature I loved: the palapas that came with food and drink service. 

Though the palapa food service is a standard amenity at the resort, the Tradewinds Club also recently launched a Peaceful Palapas service that includes a palapa rental for the day along with a fruit platter, a morning guided meditation session and a mindfulness journal. 

The resort's adults-only lounge.

The resort's adults-only lounge. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

Sushi, seafood and steak

Besides getting your meals and meditation delivered right to you, the resort has nine restaurants and bars.

On my first night, I enjoyed Caribbean sushi rolls and a signature Aruba Ariba cocktail from the Lobby, the resort's lobby bar and restaurant. The resort also has familiar outposts like a Ruth's Chris Steak House and a full-service Starbucks in the lobby. 

Atardi is the resort's crown jewel, offering guests delicious seafood on beautifully prepared beachfront tables. Few things rival eating a sunset meal of perfectly seared scallops with your toes in the sand.

I took most meals at the hotel's on-site restaurants, but Tradewinds members also get complimentary light meals five times a day and access to an open bar from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily -- a welcome perk for those who want to linger over drinks in a cool, adults-only lounge. 

The accommodations at Tradewinds Club are located on a dedicated floor and include deluxe oceanview guestrooms overlooking Palm Beach. Guestrooms at the hotel are decked out in traditional Caribbean decor with turquoise walls and dark wood furniture. 

The bathrooms were large, and there was tons of storage space there as well as in a walk-in closet. My room overlooked the beach and adults-only pool, the H2Oasis, and I had plenty of room to drink my morning coffee on my furnished balcony.

Ultimately, Aruba offers travelers just the right mix of beaches, exciting activities and great food. Though the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino is also popular with families, the exclusive Tradewinds Club also makes it an ideal choice for girls or guys trips or for solo travelers who want to unplug under a palapa.

Palapa food service is a standard amenity at the resort.

Palapa food service is a standard amenity at the resort. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

Rewarding off-resort exploration

Although there was plenty to keep me occupied and satisfied at the resort, I couldn't resist doing some island exploration.

Off the resort, I got a taste of Aruba's cuisine and exciting activities. One of my favorite meals was pancakes at Linda's Dutch Pancakes. Just a few minutes from the hotel, the casual diner provided a taste of Dutch culture with pizza-sized pancakes featuring sweet or savory flavors like bacon; cheese; or strawberries and whipped cream.

Lima Bistro was another restaurant highlight; the newly opened Peruvian restaurant on the Oranjestad Marina boardwalk serves generous cuts of pork chops and lobster tails.

I toured the Aruba Aloe Factory, which offered a fascinating history behind one of Aruba's most popular exports.

Another highlight of my off-resort adventures was exploring Aruba's desert on a utility vehicle. Arranged through De Palm Tours, my half-day excursion included a guided off-road tour of Arikok National Park with stops at Blackstone Beach, the Ayo Rock Formation and the California Lighthouse. 

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Killexams : Building a Successful Certification Program at Your Institution

In a world where competition for jobs, pay increases, and academic success continues to increase, certifications offer hope to candidates and educators.

Certification helps to build a skilled workforce that meets the needs of local employers and government tech initiatives. Certification strikes the right balance of academic excellence and real-world skills, giving students the confidence and motivation they need to succeed both in school and in a profitable career.

“According to Pearson VUE’s 2021 Value of Certification study, 69% of IT managers believe certification significantly increases an employee’s productivity,” said Ray Murray, of Vice President and General Manager, Certiport. “Certifications are a great way to help candidates get their foot in the door and be more productive in their future careers.”

Defining certification

A certification is any credential that an individual can earn or achieve that validates a level of knowledge or a skillset related to a specific subject or discipline. Certifications are credentials that stand in addition to, in support of, or independently from degrees and diplomas.

Value of certification

Certifications, as defined above, are often created or supported by industry-recognized businesses or organizations and are administered in controlled environments by authorized and independent agents. Validating technical skill and knowledge has benefits in both academic and workplace settings.

Key benefits of certification in academia

Candidates who earn certifications while in school reap benefits early, including:

  • Validation of knowledge
  • Enhanced academic performance
  • Improved reputation
  • Enhanced credibility
  • Increased confidence
  • Respect from peers

Studies validate the specific benefits listed above, demonstrating the value of certifications for candidates as well as academic institutions. According to the Florida CAPE Performance Report, certification provides tangible improvements in academic performance, including:

  • Higher grade point average for certified high school students: 3.12 vs 2.78 (4.0 scale)
  • Higher graduation rates for certified high school students: 97.5% vs 78.4%
  • Increased post-secondary enrollment: 84% vs 82%
  • Reduced dropout rates: 0.2% vs 1.0%
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Killexams : HPE (Aruba) Named an SD-WAN Magic Quadrant Leader 5 Years in a Row

By Jeff Olson, Director of SD-WAN Product and Technical Marketing, at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.

We are honored to share that Gartner® has recognized HPE (Aruba) as a Leader in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for SD-WAN for the fifth year in a row. HPE (Aruba) is one of only two companies to be named a Leader in the Gartner SD-WAN Magic Quadrant all five years.

In the Magic Quadrant for SD-WAN report, formerly named Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge, Gartner evaluated vendors based on two primary criteria: Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute. The report includes a summary of each vendor, as well as an assessment of each vendor’s strengths and cautions.

Get a complimentary copy of the full report.

5 Ways Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN Meets Today’s Challenges

Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN can help enterprise IT organizations overcome the challenges of running the business on networks that were never designed for cloud-first, skyrocketing IoT, and escalating security threats.

Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN solutions simplify provisioning and operations with a unified SD-WAN fabric across locations of all sizes, delivering significant operational benefits to IT, improved business productivity and agility, reduced business risk, and lower overall WAN costs. When combined with HPE GreenLake for Aruba NaaS, organizations gain flexibility in how to acquire, deploy, and operate EdgeConnect SD-WAN to accelerate digital transformation and meet ever-changing business requirements.

Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN solutions transform the WAN and security, with a single, seamlessly integrated solution that creates an advanced SD-WAN and best-of-breed Security Service Edge (SSE) that delivers the capabilities and flexibilities organizations need to support business-critical services today.

With Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN, organizations can:

  1. Accelerate modern network deployments to support new business initiatives.

HPE GreenLake for Aruba provides flexibility on how to acquire, deploy, and operate EdgeConnect SD-WAN to accelerate the transformation of the network to a business-critical service. With Aruba ESP (Edge Services Platform) unified infrastructure, organizations have market-leading SD-WAN, wireless, and wired connectivity solutions combined with the most flexible acquisition and operations options to match budget and resource constraints. This reduces costs, delivers faster time-to-market, and addresses business needs.

  1. Gain choice and flexibility with a unified SD-WAN fabric.

With sustained hybrid work, IT is challenged to deliver a consistent quality of experience and security policy enforcement to users and IoT devices connecting to enterprise apps and data from anywhere (home, temporary site, kiosk, the road, branch, hub/datacenter) and from any device (phone, tablet, laptop, desktop).

EdgeConnect SD-WAN fabric provides right-sized on-ramps from campus, branch, small office, and ‘branch of one' locations that connect and protect users and data and deliver an in-office experience from anywhere. New Aruba capabilities simplify provisioning and ongoing operations of the WAN fabric, delivers significant operational benefits to IT, improved business productivity and agility, reduced business risk, and lower overall WAN costs.

  1. Move to Zero Trust and at your pace.

With Aruba Zero Trust built-in, enterprise-wide, role-based traffic segmentation is enforced with a built-in next-gen firewall (NGFW). Organizations can deploy a best-of-breed SASE architecture at their own pace to enforce consistent, business-driven security policies for users, access devices, IoT devices, and applications wherever they are located, without compromising network performance or functionality. See Implementing Edge-to-Cloud Security: A Best Practice Guide.

  1. Rely on superior wireless and wired networking.

Aruba has been recognized as a leader in wireless and wired networking by Gartner for 16+ years. Aruba’s best-in-class Wi-Fi 6/6E access points and switches, combined with our cloud-based network management, meet the performance and security needs of campuses, branches, and remote workers.

  1. Be confident with an independent validation of Secure SD-WAN. 

Aruba EdgeConnect Enterprise is the first SD-WAN platform to attain ICSA Secure SD-WAN certification, giving enterprises confidence in choosing Aruba EdgeConnect Enterprise SD-WAN with built-in NGFW, knowing it has been independently validated using proven objective testing and certification criteria. Aruba EdgeConnect advanced security features eliminate the need for dedicated branch firewalls, without compromising security or connectivity.

Hear What Our Customers Have to Say

We are honored by the recognition from Gartner, but we are humbled by what our customers have to say, with both Aruba EdgeConnectand Aruba SD-WAN earning 4.8 ratings on Gartner Peer Insights, with feedback like this:

"The SD-WAN solution was easy to install and easy to operate. We have been impressed with the solution and the engineers that assisted with the install."
  —Network Engineer, Provider industry (firm size <$50M USD)

“Product is excellent to manage with minimal daily overhead. Deployment was also straightforward with minimal support required to achieve success."
 —Hospital Operations Infrastructure Manager, Provider industry (firm size $3B - $10B USD)

"The EdgeConnect platform is without question the industry leader in terms of flexibility, performance, and providing next-generation SDWAN capabilities."
 —Principal, IT Director, Enterprise Services, miscellaneous industry (firm size $250M – $500M USD)

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Killexams : Tips and Tools to Help Students Study, Take Notes, and Focus

With a new academic year rolling around, students of all ages will be looking for help and guidance with their work—and there are a wealth of options on mobile app stores and the web to help you succeed.

Here we've picked out some of the best apps and services across multiple categories, including time management, homework help, note-taking, and more. Put them together and you've got a comprehensive toolkit for making sure that this year is a good one.

No matter what your requirements, courses, or study habits are, there should be something here for you (or for the young student in your life). You might be surprised at just how much difference the right app can make.


Trello can adapt itself to whatever purpose you have in mind.

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The main appeal of Trello is its versatility: You can adapt the simple card-based interface in whichever way you want—whether to keep track of individual homework assignments or to log multiple research strands in an essay—and the software will adapt accordingly.

You can assign categories and deadlines to cards, attach files to them, and drop in to-do lists. However you decide to use Trello, you're going to find it straightforward to get around the app with easy drag-and-drop operations and a ton of options and features.

Trello (freemium for web, Android, iOS)


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Powered by Google's artificial intelligence engines, Socratic is here to answer any question on any topic, whether you need step-by-step math explanations, a quick overview of a historical event or work of literature, or details of a particular set of biological processes.

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Killexams : The 52 Best Things to Do in Aruba (2022 Update)

If you are planning to visit Aruba, you’ll be happy to hear it is one of the safest islands in the Caribbean and the most revisited of all Caribbean Islands. Aruba is popular for both honeymooners and families because of its safety, beauty, and gorgeous beaches. There is an abundance of things to in Aruba from relaxing on white-sand beaches, to all kinds of water sports, a butterfly farm, an aloe farm, secret swimming pools, and even a National park. 

Aruba is an easy vacation spot for Americans because English is widely spoken and people are very friendly. Because it’s a small island, it is easy to navigate, meaning you don’t need to hire a guide to explore the island.  In Aruba, there is no need to exchange currency since the US dollar is accepted all over including taxis and buses. There are excellent dining choices in all price ranges. If you are planning an Aruba vacation, we hope this list will inspire you to see and do more on this gorgeous Caribbean Island! Here is our newly updated 52 best things to do in Aruba for 2022!

If you are planning to visit Aruba, you’ll be happy to hear it is one of the safest islands in the Caribbean and the most revisited of all Caribbean Islands. Aruba is popular for both honeymooners and families because of its safety, beauty, and gorgeous beaches. There is an abundance of things to in Aruba... © 52 Perfect Days If you are planning to visit Aruba, you’ll be happy to hear it is one of the safest islands in the Caribbean and the most revisited of all Caribbean Islands. Aruba is popular for both honeymooners and families because of its safety, beauty, and gorgeous beaches. There is an abundance of things to in Aruba...

52 Fun Things to do in Aruba

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If you are wondering what to do in Aruba, we have you covered! Below are the 52 best things to do in Aruba and the list will help you plan an awesome and unforgettable Caribbean vacation. Discover the best places to visit on this popular Caribbean island with our list of the top 52 tourist attractions in Aruba. Discover the best places to visit in Aruba including our 52 favorites that make it “one happy island ”!

Aruba’s Beaches and Water Activities

Aruba is famous throughout the Caribbean for its white sandy beaches and clear blue-green seawater. Aruba has great diving, snorkeling and snuba, kite-surfing and skyboarding, and Catamaran cruises.  

1. Visit the famous white sand beaches at Eagle Beach, Palm Beach, Manchebo Beach, Arashi Beach or Baby Beach. If you are looking for the best beach in Aruba, most people agree the Fofoti tree on Eagle Beach is the most picturesque. Eagle Beach is also my personal favorite. 

2. Visit Black Stone beach. This is Aruba’s only black sand and is located on the north side of the island near Arikok National Park.

3. Watch newborn sea turtles make their way into the sea from Eagle Beach, which is the widest beach on the island.

4. Snorkel to the Antilla Shipwreck. The best way to see the shipwreck is on a tour and the Pirate Ship Sail is the most fun! The Pirate Ship tour includes 3 stops for snorkeling, rope swing, open bar, and snorkel gear. The start point for the tour is Hadicurari Beach. Check out prices for the Pirate Sail & Shipwreck snorkel

5. Snorkel at Arashi Beach. Some of the best snorkeling in Aruba for beginners is located on the northern coast of the island. Arashi beach has shallow water and sandy bottoms, and lots of are small and colorful fish. There are no snorkel rental vendors nearby, so make sure to bring your own gear

6. Hone your water-ski skills with lessons available at Palm, Eagle or Druif Beach. This is one of the great Aruba activities for anyone who loves water sports.

7. Try something new – Aruba offers SNUBA, a combination of Scuba and Snorkeling at DePalm Island. With SNUBA, you can breathe easily underwater without wearing heavy, restrictive dive gear.

8. Visit the Aruba Natural Pool. Also known as the Conchi Natural Pool, it is a swimming hole in the Arikok National Park formed by a cluster of rocks that protects the pool from the rough surf on Aruba’s Northeast coast.

9. Swim through Boca Catalina, a small, secluded bay accessible by steps from Malmok Beach.

10. Have a scuba diving adventure. Aruba offers great scenery for scuba divers including coral reefs, marine life, and shipwrecks. Dive sites stretch along the entire southern, leeward coast. The best snorkeling sites are around Malmok Beach and Boca Catalina. 

11. Take a Cruise or a Sail Around the Island. Feel the sea breeze as you recline along the deck of a slick catamaran for an exclusive sailing experience.

Top Things to do in Aruba Outdoors  

Some of the best places to visit in Aruba are outdoors. to the wild desert side of the island filled with natural pools, caves, and ruins, Aruba has a wide range of things to do in the outdoors. Some of the best Aruba excursions are to the Northern Coast or what is known as the “Volcanic” Side of the Island.

12. Visit the Natural Bridges.

There are about 7 natural bridges on the northeastern shore of Aruba. The Natural Bridge was the most famous, but it collapsed in 2005, due to Hurricane Katrina. Note, that Aruba is almost always outside of the hurricane belt, so it’s quite rare that hurricanes impact the island. 

13. Visit the Tunnel of Love, so-called because of its heart-shaped entrance. A 300-foot long tunnel winds through rock formations and narrow passages.

14. Visit Arikok National Park. The national park is 13.13 mi² and there are several places to hike, explore caves, dunes, and beaches. There are also unique examples of indigenous flora and fauna species found only at the Arikok National Park. It’s best to explore with a four-wheel-drive vehicle, which is easy as there are a lot of jeeps for rent on the island. 

15. Visit Quadirikiri Cave

Located in Arikok National Park, the caves are accessible to the public during the day between national park hours of (8:00 – 4:00 pm). Ask park rangers at the entrance of the caves for a tour inside, so they can point out rock drawings, stalagmites, and stalactites. This is one of the most unique things to do in Aruba’s national park. 

16.  Explore the ruins of the Bushiribana Gold Mill on the north coast. This is one of the best historical Aruba things to do. 

17. Plan a visit to the “California Dunes” at Hudishibana. Popularly named for the offshore wreck of the famous ship “”California,”” the isolated northwestern tip of the island features some of the most spectacular scenery.

18. Hike through the Ayo rock formations and Casibari Boulders and explore the island’s ancient site. This is a top Aruba things to do for anyone who loves nature. 

19. Explore the island on horseback. There are several operators offering horseback riding tours. One of the most popular Aruba sightseeing tour on horseback is to the Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins, and Baby Natural Bridge, and throughout Arikok National Park.

20. Golf with the pros at Tierra del Sol This 18-hole, par 71 course, was designed by Robert Trent Jones II and is situated on the northwest point of Aruba, providing breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. This course is a favorite amongst avid golfers due to its rugged natural surroundings.

Aruba Tourist Attractions

Aruba tourist attractions range from lighthouses to museums and of course amazing outdoor attractions which I covered above. 

21. Visit the Alto Vista Chapel.

The first Catholic church was built in Aruba in 1750 by a Spanish missionary. The Alto Vista Chapel was built in 1952 on the site of the original Catholic church. Services are still conducted in this little yellow chapel.

22. Take a tour through the state-of-the-art Aruba Aloe Factory and learn all about the aloe plant, introduced to the island in 1840, at the Aruba Aloe Museum & Factory. This is one of the top Aruba things to do!

23. Visit the California Lighthouse.

Constructed in 1910, its located on Aruba’s most northwesterly point and has amazing views. This is one of the best things to do in Aruba for anyone who loves photography. For a really special experience, visit the lighthouse at sunset. 

24. A Jeep Tour is a great way to make sure you are aware of the most important things to see in Aruba. An island guide is a great way to learn about the island, it’s history, flora, fauna and culture. 

Aruba has animals everyone loves. Not to mention the Iguanas roaming the island.

25. Get a bit exotic and visit the Aruba Ostrich Farm. The farm offers guided tours every 30 mins from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM every day. Tours include a visit to the incubator, hatchery, and the special pens for young ostriches and emus. 

26. Donkey Sanctuary Aruba.

This is one of the top things to do in Aruba if you love animals. The sanctuary is a safe haven for injured or abused wild donkeys. For any donation amount, you can cuddle & hug one of the friendly donkeys for 15-30 minutes. They are open every day from 9:00 until 4:00 (closed only on January 1st).

27. Visit Bushiri Karting Speedway. The only go-kart track on the island; Bushiri Karting Speedway, offers Honda GX270CC 9 horsepower carts. If you are traveling with teenagers, this will be a hit!


Things to do in Oranjestad Aruba

Oranjestad is the capital of Aruba and is both a port and the downtown area of Aruba. It is easily walkable and L.G. Smith Boulevard is the main drag. This and it’s adjacent streets are filled with restaurants, shopping, and small bars. The buildings in Aruba are brightly painted and reflect their European heritage.

28. Ride the Aruba Streetcar. It’s a great way to get a feel for downtown Oranjestad. It’s free and you can hop on and off whenever you like. 

29. Check out the famous flamingos!

One of the most popular photos on Instagram when you search for “Aruba” is the flamingos, but oddly enough you can only find them on one specific beach on the island which is Flamingo beach at Renaissance Aruba Resort in Oranjestad. The pink flamingos in Aruba inhabit a private island part of the Renaissance Hotel and access is very limited. Guests of the Renaissance Aruba Resort have free access to the island, but you can buy a day pass for $125 and visit the island as a non-guest. 

30. Visit the National Archaeological Museum Aruba. Located in Oranjestad, the museum collections cover from 2500 BCE to the 19th century. Come learn about Aruba’s Amerindian cultural heritage and see the oldest museum attraction; a cunucu house built in 1870.

31. Visit the Butterfly Farm, a nature sanctuary to hundreds of butterflies in a lush tropical rain forest amidst flowers and trees, ponds and a trickling waterfall. The butterflies fly overhead and all around. It’s quite an experience for anyone who loves butterflies. 

32.  Exploring the boulevards of Aruba’s capital, Oranjestad, and admiring the historical Dutch downtown area.  This is one of the best things to do in Aruba if you love architecture or shopping!

33. Dance with the locals at the Bon Bini Festival every Tuesday. “Bon Bini” means “welcome” in Papiamento. Come to the folkloric Aruban festival any Tuesday at 6:30 pm in Oranjestad to see Aruba’s culture and cuisine.

Food, Beer & Happy Hour & Nightlife in Aruba

34. Take the Balashi Brewery TourBrouwerij Nacional Balashi is a full-scale production brewery, and one of the most modern breweries in the Caribbean. Tours are scheduled to start again in early 2022. The brewery’s first beer, Balashi (which means “water” in the local Papiamento language), was named after the area of the island—also known as Balashi—where the brewery is located. 

35. If you can’t make the tour, you’ve got to try the locally brewed Balashi beers; Balashi, Chill, or Magic Mango.

36. Enjoy traditional Aruban food. Gasparito Traditional Aruban Restaurant is a small family-run Aruban Restaurant that has been serving local traditional Aruban food on the island of Aruba since 1989. 

37. Unwind at the Dutch Café Rembrandt and enjoy live music and delicious food.

38.  Enjoy happy hour with live steel-drum play at the Pirate’s Nest Restaurant from 4-6 p.m. daily.

39. Treat yourself to dinner at Atardi, a pop-up, toes-in-the-sand restaurant located feet from the ocean at the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino. This is perfect for a special night on your Aruba vacation.

40. Indulge in an exclusive dining experience at the Papiamento Restaurant. The restaurant is inside a 175-year-old authentic Aruban manor house. Don’t miss the impressive tour of the wine cellar. 

41. Hang out at Charlie’s Bar in St Nicolas, a famous bar since the 1940s, when scuba divers began to hang their underwater discoveries on the walls. This is one of the best places to visit in Aruba to meet locals.  

42. Visit Mr. Jazz restaurant. Live music and top-quality cuisine make it a perfect night on the town and one of the best things to do in Aruba at night.

43. Dance the night away at the annual Soul Beach Music Festival – a star-studded line-up with guaranteed fun every year.

44. Visit the MooMba Beach Bar.  This is a super popular spot with a restaurant and two bars located on the beach between the Marriott and the Holiday Inn. The large outdoor bar features live music and DJs.

45. Visit one of the Casinos. Yes, Aruba has casinos and they are regarded as the best in the Caribbean. There are 12 casinos on the island. Stellaris Casino at the Aruba Marriott Resort, The Casino at The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba, and Crystal Casino at the Renaissance Marina Hotel are open 24 hours a day. Aruba’s largest casino is Stellaris Casino. 

46. Shop ‘til you drop at Paseo Herencia Mall: the shopping & entertainment center is a new “old style” plaza surrounded by shopping, dining, and a state-of-the-art movie theater.

47. Plan the perfect dinner at one of the restaurants at the South Beach Centre. Choices include Hard Rock Cafe, South Beach Lounge, Buster’s Garage, and Café Rembrandt.

48. Shopping spree in Aruba? The Renaissance Marketplace at the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino offers plenty of boutique retail and specialty shops to satisfy your shopping urge. 

Planning a trip to Aruba? Read reviews for Aruba hotels on TripAdvisor

49. Help keep Aruba clean by volunteering in the annual Reef Care Project (July 3-4), Aruba’s most ambitious environmental initiative with about 800 participants every year. 

50. Discover the undiscovered in San Nicolas, Aruba’s second-largest city. 

51. Find value in a trip to Aruba with the “One Cool Family” program that gives kids discounts each summer from June 1st to September 30th.

52 Bride and grooms-to-be can also save in Aruba with the “One Cool Honeymoon” program, which includes discounts and specials but most importantly a free night upon their return to the island. In fact, many couples honeymoon in Aruba. Who can blame them?

Other activities you can enjoy here are stand-up paddleboarding, canoeing, kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, and many other fun options.

It’s a small island, but there are many Aruba attractions for every type of vacationer! We hope this list is an inspiration for your trip to Aruba! Below we have a few more Aruba travel tips. 

A Few Hotel Recommendations

Adults-only luxury boutique hotel: Get a feel for the local culture at the Cunucu Arubiano, which features stays in individual “casitas,” each designed to reflect the old-Aruban and Dutch-influenced architecture of the early 19th century.

4 Star Palm- Eagle Beach Resort: Go green at the Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino, which recently received its Green Globe certification, recognizing the resort’s dedication to operating at the world’s highest environmental standards.

Hotel with Flamingos in Aruba: Choose our newly renovated adults-only Renaissance Marina Hotel or the family-friendly yet secluded Renaissance Ocean Suites. Their water taxi can deliver you to the 40-acre private island where wild flamingos roam freely and where relaxing treatments at our world-class Spa Cove are available with authentic indigenous Aruban Aloe in all of its treatments. 

Palm Beach Boutique Hotel: Check out the Brickell Bay Beach Club & Spa, a boutique hotel offering 100 rooms and suites in the charm of the Dutch Caribbean. Complimentary breakfast day included in all rates, spa on property, freshwater pool, and beach service with free huts. 

Eagle Beach Boutique Hotel: Admire the Dutch colonial architecture of the Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort and stay at one of their 72 spacious fully-equipped studios and suites. A small hideaway with the luxuries of a large resort, located on the world’s most beautiful beach, Eagle Beach.

Aruba Travel Guide

Start planning your trip to Aruba 

Aruba is one of the top places in the world to visit. There are so many fun things to do in Aruba. It’s one of the best beach vacation spots due to the mild weather, lack of hurricanes, fun water activities and beautiful scenery. Anyone looking for destinations that are great for sightseeing and unique things to see should come to Aruba. There are so many things to see in Aruba. All of the unique things to do in Aruba can help you to feel more well-rounded. All the fun things to do in Aruba could end up in your top 10 or 20 most enjoyable vacation experiences. Going to Aruba is a must for anyone who loves tropical vacations.

Map of Aruba

Aruba is one of the Lesser Antilles islands located in the southern Caribbean Sea. It is about 15 miles off the north coast of Venezuela (South America). The closest Caribbean islands are Curaçao, which is about 50 miles east of Aruba, and Bonaire which is another 30 miles east of Curaçao.

Seeing Aruba on a world map allows you to see how close it is to South America. The Aruba location on a map also shows it’s really only close to two of the Caribbean islands. If fact, if you Google ‘maps Aruba” it’s a great way to see an interactive map of all the islands. 

Aruba Visitors Insurance

Aruba Visitor’s Insurance is mandatory for entry for all foreign nationals with the exception of visitors who arrive and leave the same day.

Cheapest Time to Go to Aruba

Aruba is a bit different than many Caribbean islands because the temperatures stay steady year-round. So, there really isn’t a best month to visit Aruba for the weather. On the other hand, the best month to visit Aruba for finding reasonable hotel rates is April through August. The most expensive time to visit Aruba is November through March. 

Best Time to Visit Aruba

Since Aruba sits well outside the hurricane belt, there’s very little threat of tropical storms at any time of year. Aruba receives about 18 inches of rain per year and most rainfall happens in October, November, December, and January. 

Weather in Aruba by Month

Aruba in January: Average temperatures in Aruba in January are a high of 86°F and a low of 76°F. The average amount of rainfall in January is about 1.5 inches.

Aruba in February: Average temperatures in Aruba in February are a high of 87°F and a low of 76°F. The average amount of rainfall in February is about 0.8 inches.

Aruba in March: Average temperatures in Aruba in March are a high of 88°F and a low of 77°F. The average amount of rainfall in March is about 0.3 inches.

Aruba in April: Average temperatures in Aruba in April are a high of 89°F and a low of 78°F. The average amount of rainfall in April is about 0.5 inches.

Aruba in May: Average temperatures in Aruba in May are a high of 90°F and a low of 80°F. The average amount of rainfall in May is about 0.6 inches.

Aruba in June: Average temperatures in Aruba in June are a high of 90°F and a low of 80°F. The average amount of rainfall in June is about 0.7 inches.

Aruba in July: Average temperatures in Aruba in July are a high of 90°F and a low of 80°F. The average amount of rainfall in July is about 1.3 inches.

Aruba in August: Average temperatures in Aruba in August are a high of 91°F and a low of 80°F. The average amount of rainfall in August is about 1 inch.

Aruba in September: Average temperatures in Aruba in September are a high of 91°F and a low of 80°F. The average amount of rainfall in September is about 1.8 inches.

Aruba in October: Average temperatures in Aruba in October are a high of 90°F and a low of 80°F. The average amount of rainfall in October is about 3.1 inches.

Aruba in November: Average temperatures in Aruba in November are a high of 89°F and a low of 79°F. The average amount of rainfall in November is about 3.7 inches.

Aruba in December: Average temperatures in Aruba in December are a high of 87°F and a low of 77°F. The average amount of rainfall in December is about 3.1 inches.

9 Fun Facts about Aruba

  1.  On a clear day, you can see Venezuela from Aruba. You can also see Venezuela from some of the highest points on the island; Seroe, Jamanota, and Arikok. 
  2. Weather is never a worry in Aruba, it’s 82 degrees and sunny year-round.
  3. Aruba sits outside of the hurricane belt (hurricanes are very rare on the island).
  4. The Alto Vista Chapel originally built by Spanish missionaries in 1750 is considered to be the first church established in the Caribbean.
  5. The Basics of Aruban Cuisine include Coecoei & Ponche Crema Liquors, the Balashi Cocktail, Bolo, Coconut Water, Cos Dushi, Fish Creole,  Funchi and Pan Bati.
  6. Papiamento is the native language in Aruba. 
  7. Aruba was claimed by Spain in 1499. In 1636 it was taken by the Dutch and occupied by the Dutch West India Company. As part of the Netherlands Antilles, Aruba came briefly under British rule during the Napoleonic Wars but was returned to the Netherlands in 1816.
  8. Aruba gained independence in 1986.
  9. Aruba’s slogan is “one happy island”.

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As travel today remains uncertain, please keep your safety and the safety of others in mind at all times. If you are comfortable with traveling, please travel responsibly and within regulations, as any travel is at your own risk.

If you do decide to travel at this time, here are a few recommendations:

  • Wear a face mask. 
  • Bring hand sanitizer and wash your hands on a regular basis.
  • Check official websites before your trip for the latest updates on policies, closures and status of local businesses.
  • Book a hotel with free cancellation in case you need to change your plans at the last minute. I also suggest checking hotel reviews in my favorite site, TripAdvisor.  

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Have Dog, Will Travel

Starting today through October 20, 2022 travelers will be able to take advantage of Aruba's dog-inclusive experiences more than ever. By working with Wag!, the number #1 platform connecting pet owners with both on-demand and scheduled pet care services, and with Avvinue, an online pet travel startup that helps travelers discover pet-friendly destinations by providing professional assistance with booking flights and pet reservations, Aruba is offering visitors discounted expert pet travel assistance for the first time.

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Visitors who book their pet-friendly travel through Avvinue and enter the promo code "ARUBA'' at checkout will receive a $25 discount on an upcoming flight for themselves and their dog. Meanwhile, travelers who prefer to leave their dogs at home can sign up for one month free of Wag! Premium through this promotion and enjoy a 10% discount on any service booked through Wag!, which includes boarding and sitting services, as well as access to top-rated pet caregivers, free 24/7 chat with credentialed veterinary professionals, and more.

Aruba is home to several pet-friendly hotels visitors can choose from:

  • Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort Aruba extends their AAA Three Diamond hospitality to even the furriest of guests, welcoming them with tasty treats and a water bowl upon arrival. For just $10 a day, visitors and their dogs of any size are encouraged to enjoy their paradise vacation.
  • Bucut & Tara Beach Resort, Aruba welcomes dogs up to 20lbs to stay at the adult-only hotel, where their personal concierge will be extended to their canine companion who can provide dog-friendly recommendations and resources. The additional rate for an accompanying dog is $15/night in the Bucuti Wing and $20/night in the Tara Wing.
  • Courtyard by Marriott Aruba Resort ensures vacationers and their furry companions will have a truly memorable getaway with its ideal location on Palm Beach. As part of the Have Dog, Will Travel promotion, vacationers who stay for 4 nights or more with their furry friends will receive 15% off their total. Travel must be valid through November 6, 2022. Pets must weigh no more than 20lbs and travelers are subject to a $150 cleaning fee.
  • Hyatt Place Aruba Airport provides travelers and their four-legged friends with quick access to Aruba's top attractions and spacious guest rooms to unwind and relax at the end of the day. Travelers bringing their dog are subject to a $75 fee for stays up to 6 nights. For additional information, visit
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  • The Ritz-Carlton, Aruba offers pet-friendly amenities designed to create an ultimate luxury experience for pets and their owners, including mini pet cabanas, gourmet pet food options on the room service menu and restaurant, and non-motorized water activities.

To learn more about Have Dog, Will Travel visit For further information on planning a trip with your furry best friend, visit Aruba's dedicated pet travel page.

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I would add here #TheArubaEffect as well.

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As one of the most revisited Caribbean destinations, Aruba – One happy island – offers breathtaking beaches, diverse culinary delights, a sprawling and unforgettable Arikok National Park, and award-winning hotels and villas. A leader in innovation, the country was awarded a top spot on Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2020 list due to their ambitious sustainability efforts. In today's ever-changing world, Aruba's 'Health and Happiness Code' safety protocols provide peace of mind, while still delivering a relaxing on-island experience. Located outside the hurricane belt, explore all Aruba has to offer, from romantic beach getaways, unique wellness experiences and more, on

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