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Best Aruba Family Travel Tips

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photo credit: Amy Corbett Storch

photo credit: Amy Corbett Storch

Families love Aruba for good reason.  With it’s perfect weather, white sand beaches and plenty of kid-friendly food, it’s no wonder many families come here year after year.  If you are planning a family beach vacation soon, read our quick list of what other parents have to say about Aruba… it could be just the place you’re looking for!

HaveBabyWillTravel.com has a score of reviews of different hotels from readers and based on those reviews, sums it up like this:

The sheer number of options, combined with the island’s safe, friendly environment and proven great weather, makes Aruba a natural choice for family vacations.

HaveBabyWillTravel.com

photo credit: Stephany Wiestling

photo credit: Stephany Wiestling

We loved Baby Beach at the East end of the island for safe snorkeling in shallow, protected water.    Read our full article here.

Amy Corbett Storch from Babble Voices went there with her husband and three kids courtesy of  the Westin Aruba Resort and Casino and reviews it here, here, and here.  She and her family loved the resort and the amazing amenities they offer, (I totally want to stay there now!) and offers some tips for some off-property activities to try for toddlers on up.

If you have been to Aruba with your little ones, please share your favorite tips, or links to other bloggers about Aruba with kids in the comments below.  (bloggers only, please, no PR or hotel links.)

 

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