Cruise Guests

Aruba facts

Aruba has one of the most ethnically diverse populations in the world. Its restaurants excel because of great service, quality food and fresh local products. On a clear day, you can see Venezuela. Aruba’s white sand beaches are barefoot-friendly, even at high noon. Nearly 20% of the island is a dedicated national park. And Aruba has the sunniest days of any island in the Caribbean.

We welcome Cruise Visitors!

Cruise Tourism

Bon Bini to Aruba! We are happy to welcome you to Aruba during your cruise. Once docked, you will have many options to explore the island. There are many island tours, sail cruises and other fun stuff to do. If you prefer to lay on a pristine beach while on shore, MooMba Beach offers a package for sunbathing on its beach and transportation is included. The restaurants listed on Yummy Aruba that are open for breakfast and lunch, are: Café the Plaza (walking distance from the cruise terminal), Surfside Beach Bar (Downtown Oranjestad), Hadicurari, MooMba Beach, Nos Clubhuis and Salt & Pepper. Other recommendations  Que Pasa Restaurant & Winebar for brunch or dinner (Downtown Oranjestad) and Fishes & More (open for dinner).


The Aruba Tourism Authority has a special program for cruise ship crew. The restaurants and bars on Yummy Aruba also participate in the Cruise Incentive Program by offering all cruise ship crew a 15% discount on food and beverage. For more information, click here.