# 1 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsFrom its rich, layered heritage to its duty-free shops and stunning beaches, find out why Aruba is called “One Happy Island” on an island tour.
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# 4 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsTake a ride on the wild side with a Jeep tour through Aruba’s most scenic routes and beaches.
# 9 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsTowering stone boulders, placed in such close proximity and in unusual designs, combined with the tranquil environment of Ayo, create a sense of awe and an understanding of why the area was once considered a sacred site by the island's original inhabitants (the Arawak Indians).
# 11 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsGreat for travelers of all ages! Visit this enclosed Butterfly Farm, located on Palm Beach in Aruba, to experience hundreds of unique butterflies in their habitat. If you visit in the morning hours, you may even get a glimpse of the new butterflies emerging from their chrysalises.
# 12 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsYou will have the opportunity to get an up close view of exotic marine life while diving to depths up to 130 feet. Be amazed by colorful schools of tropical fish, huge sponge gardens, the mystical beauties of the coral fields and two sunken wrecks.
# 17 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsTake a helmet dive adventure to Aruba's sea floor and see its intricate coral reefs up close and personal.
# 18 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsRide horseback along a stretch of beaches and terrain as you enjoy a beautiful view from Aruba’s coastline.
# 20 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsA sailboat jaunt on the sea surrounding Aruba offers rest and relaxation as you tour the island’s bright and breezy coastline.
# 21 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsBecome acquainted with Aruba with a bird’s eye view of the island on an aquatic parasailing adventure.
# 22 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsSailing around Aruba on a masted ship is an ideal way to explore the surrounding waters and scenic views of the island.
# 24 of 28 Aruba Shore ExcursionsSee Aruba's coral reefs and local marine wildlife without getting wet on a glass bottom boat excursion.