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Kid friendly areas in Aruba

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14 years 2 months ago #5111 by HelgaM
I have two small children that I want to take on vacation but everything I hear about Aruba has to do with partying. Are there any areas of Aruba that are kid friendly?

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14 years 2 months ago #5114 by sandy
I was curious about this too. We have a 10 year old that would be traveling with us so I've been looking around on the web to see if there are any kid friendly Aruba hotels. I actually found several hotels that offer a kid's club type package. They are designed for young kids and have several activities available and other kids for your kids to interact with. I just searched kid friendly Aruba resorts and several different places came up.

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14 years 2 months ago #5121 by HelgaM
Thank you so much. I would hate to bring my kids just to find out there is nothing for them to do there. I will have to look them up to see what will be best for them.

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14 years 2 months ago #5133 by sandy
I agree with you. It would be awful to travel that far and your kids be miserable. I always have to try and make sure there is something for everyone to do, especially the kids. I was planning to look if there were any sort of water parks or anything for the kids, have you seen anything like that?

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14 years 2 months ago #5138 by BeachBum
The Divi Aruba Beach Resort has a family package. Guests can use facilities at the Tamarijn Aruba Beach Resort, which is next door to the Divi Aruba Beach Resort. The Tamarijn has a kids' camp for ages 5-12. I hope this helps.;)

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14 years 2 months ago #5155 by cerin
I think there are a few kid camp type setups if I am not mistaken here. I am not sure if the youngest age though which could be an issue for some that might be getting married later in life (after a little one is born), maybe local hotels also have qualified babysitters for the youngsters?

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