The Great Escape: Flamingo Beach

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The Great Escape: Flamingo Beach

Aruba is the smallest of the Netherland Antilles, but it is also one of the up and coming trend destinations to visit. One of the many reasons I believe this is becoming such a popular beach is due to the private island owned by the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino. The 4-star resort has plenty of digital marketing from visitors because of its main attraction, flamingos. Instagram, Pinterest and many other social media sites are flooded with pictures of these fun pink-feathered creatures. You do not have to book a room in this luxury resort in order to spend some time with these unusual birds in paradise. However, when staying at the resort, free ferries are provided to the private island and it only costs around 140 Euros a night to stay. If this isn’t a resort you plan to stay at, you do have the opportunity to buy a day to pass which costs around 90 euros. This allows you the ferry ride and access to the beach. So in my opinion, I say spend the extra money and enjoy the luxury resort and have fun creating unbelievably beautiful pictures and feed the birds.


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Mehfuza Patel

Mehfuza Patel

January 23, 2018at 2:55 pm

This is interesting! I’ve always wanted to visit Aruba. I see so many posts on twitter about the beach and its luxury location. I agree with spending the extra money to recieve additional accommodations.

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