Adventure Guide to Aruba, Bonaire & Cura ao
Hunter Publishing, Inc, 2006 - 285 pagini
By the author of our top-selling Virgin Islands and St. Martin & St. Barts Adventure Guides, here is the latest and most detailed guide to the three fascinating islands of the Dutch Caribbean. Diving, sailing, hiking, golf and horseback riding are excellent here. Enjoy gourmet cuisine, charming small inns and superb five-star resorts. Duty-free stores and unique island crafts makes the islands a shopper's delight. All of them are fully explored, with details on the history and culture that makes each one so appealing. Details the best diving spots, all types of accommodations, dining, tours, local lore and festivals, services. Extensive background on the history, government and economy of the island. Filled with inside information on which festivals are worth your time, where to find the best music, classes that will teach you the local cooking and artistic styles, the watersports, the best hiking trails. The only two competing guides are much briefer than our book and cover only Aruba.
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Pagina 6 - Aruba [ah-roo'-bah] Aruba is an island in the Caribbean Sea, formerly part of the NETHERLANDS ANTILLES, lying about 32 km (20 mi) off the coast of Venezuela. On Jan. 1, 1986, Aruba separated from the Netherlands Antilles and became an autonomous member of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, with full independence scheduled lor 19%.