Take a sunset cruise. There...
Take a sunset cruise. There are many to choose from, I signed up for the De Palm Island cruise.
Plenty of food, dancing and cocktails. As a matter of fact, the drinks start flowing the minute you step on the boat. The cruise to the island was short but by the time I got there I was already feeling good. Once the sunsets, a barn fire is lit and the fun begins. I won the limbo contest...really, I'm not that flexible...the alcohol took over : ) In any event, it was a lot of fun.
Dress Code: As you can see in my photo, I was dressed casual.Add to your Trip Planner
Woaaa... you can find...
Woaaa... you can find literally hundreds of places to go at night. I recommend the disco-boat (sorry I forgot the actual name). It sails about 8 p.m. and give allows you to party and enjoy the night view of the island until... 2-3 am
Have you ever been in a disco-cruise ????
Dress Code: Casual but no shirts and shorts are allowed.Add to your Trip Planner
As most big hotels organize...
As most big hotels organize events at nights and the locals have to work, during the week the clubs in town are pretty empty, but in the weekend thet go off.
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Very funny: Tattoos Party...
Very funny: Tattoos Party Boat.
Food, drinks and dancin' while cruisin'
If you drink to much you wake up...
with your leggs on the same boat.
Downtown O'Stad: Mambo Jambo (lot of siliconized Venezuelan girls), E-zone.
Very good: a tour with the Banana Bus: Barhopping!
Something different: La Notta (Colombian-a-s) and Escape (Dominican-a-s) two pure latin dancings downtown, fri-sat.
A gay bar? Climb into the only 'Dutch' Mill...
Locals like to play bowling at Sasaki.
The time to be is at the carnaval !!!
Visit ARUSUN his site for all carnaval information.
Arubians like to party all year round, so ask wat is hot
Very save and multiracial.
Europeans and Gringos: grease your hips!
Dress Code: Decent and sexy for male and female
if you want to succeed...Add to your Trip Planner
Look for a quit place and look...
Look for a quit place and look at the stars.
The sky is mostly cloudless and because Aruba is close situated at the equator, the sky is full of brighting stars. Maybe more romantic than the local disco...
All of mentioned here under...without any service charge.Add to your Trip Planner
The Kokoa Bar
The Kokoa Bar
The Kokoa is a bar on a pier. Especially on the sunday evening (between 17.00 and 19.00uur) there are a lot of people up there. Also a lot of local people. Also on sunday bands are playing there. It's just a great place!
Dress Code: Casual, just wear what you wantAdd to your Trip Planner
Carlos and Charlies: Carlos and Charlies
It is a great party! After dinner hours are over, the place turns into a wild dance club! It is a very laid back atmosphere where a lot of young people go to get crazy. They make the best Melon Ball Sours!!!
Dress Code: Dress code is casual to upscale. If you cover your privates with something that isn't totally tattered, you'll fit in!Add to your Trip Planner
My fellow females, I recommend checking out ladies night at this club. The night starts off with buff guys squirting drinks in your mouth, and competitions among each other coached by these buff babes. One event was a sack race where you have to try to jump to the other side of the room, chug your drink, and be the first one back. After you've worked so hard, you are rewarded by hotties with a pulse-racing strip show. And when it's all over, be prepared to dance the night away to some great club music.
Dress Code: dress to impressAdd to your Trip Planner
GREAT places throughout the...
GREAT places throughout the city and/or on the resort. Don't have a favorite.
Friendly people and terrific international representation.
Dress Code: Anything from way casual to way dressed..totally your choice. Not too many places had dress codes...although not recommended to wear bathing suit in public without coverup or something.Add to your Trip Planner
We were there in the summer...
We were there in the summer (low season) and night life pretty much nonexistent. We went to one club in the main downtown area that was quite dead. We began making later dinner reservations and used that as our late evening entertainment.Add to your Trip Planner
Carlos & Charlie's is always a...
Carlos & Charlie's is always a good time. You simply MUST go on the party bus, the Kukoo Kunuku. It first takes you to a beach for a champagne toast to the sunset. Then on to the Minister of Protocol's house for an authentic Aruban dinner and drinks. Then they go barhopping to several bars and end up at Carlos & Charlie's at about midnight. Loads of fun and dancing!
The photo is of downtown Oranjestad at night.Add to your Trip Planner
Garufa Cigar Bar: Have a stogie
A nice cigar bar infront of El Guacho. What's better than having a nice petit Carona before red wine and Steak?Add to your Trip Planner
Take a sunset cruise. There...
Take a sunset cruise. There are many to choose from, most of the good ones leave from the De Palm Pier.
Dress Code: Casual, no socks allowed.Add to your Trip Planner
Best nightclub is E-zone...
Best nightclub is E-zone nightclub.
Dress Code: You would want to dress causually yet trendy when going at clubs in Aruba.Add to your Trip Planner
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