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Het openbaar vervoer is prima geregeld op Aruba. De bus brengt u naar de winkels in Oranjestad of naar het vertier bij Palm Beach.

Divi Village All Inclusive Villa's

De Divi Villages zijn gesitueerd om de 9-holes golfbaan. Bij verblijf in deze accommodatie mag gebruik worden gemaakt van alle faciliteiten die het dichtbij gelegen Divi & Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive te bieden heeft. De eigen golfbaan beschikt tevens over een golfschool en winkel. Het Divi is gelegen op 30 minuten rijafstand van de luchthaven en op 10 minuten van Oranjestad. Het strand van Druif Beach ligt op 5 minuten rijden met de shuttle.

Vanaf € 195,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Divi Village All Inclusive, zwembad
  • Divi Village All Inclusive, Studio
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Divi Village All Inclusive, zwembad
Divi Village All Inclusive, Studio
Divi Village All Inclusive, Divi Beach
Divi Village All Inclusive, golfbaan
Aruba Divi All Inclusive, Resaurant Windows

Over Divi Village All Inclusive Villa's

Het Divi Village All Inclusive beschikt over verschillende restaurants en bars op het resort, maar tevens kan gebruik gemaakt worden van de restaurants en bars in de naastgelegen Divi accommodaties. Het Divi beschikt verder over een mooi aangelegd zwembad met glijbaan, watersportfaciliteiten zoals snorkelen, surfen, zeilen, kajakken, een fitnesscentrum met klimmuur, fietsen, beach volleybal,verlichte tennisbanen en themaavonden (avond entertainment).


  • all inclusive
  • kindvriendelijk
  • sport en actie

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Het openbaar vervoer is prima geregeld op Aruba. De bus brengt u naar de winkels in Oranjestad of naar het vertier bij Palm Beach.

Divi Village All Inclusive Villa's
Eagle Beach & Druif Beach
v.a. € 195 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Alle suites zijn luxe en modern ingericht en beschikken over airconditioning, flatscreen plasma televisie met dvd en surround geluid, wasmachine en droger, volledig ingerichte keuken, woonkamer met sofa, kluisje, wekkerradio en terras of balkon.

Studio en 2-kamer Villa Suites: zoals hiebroven met 1 kingsize bed en 1 queensize bed en geschikt voor maximaal 3 volwassenen of 2 volwassenen en 3 kinderen

3-kamer Villa Suites: zoals hiebroven met 2 kingsize en 2 queensize bedden en zijn geschikt voor 8 volwassenen.

U heeft hierbij de keus tussen een Gold en een Platinum pakket welke verschillen in het aantal restaurants en bars waar u gebruik van mag maken.

All Inclusive

• Family Plan: kinderen t/m 17 jaar zijn gratis!
• 13 verschillende restaurants
• 11 verschillende bars
• Gratis golfen vanaf 15 uur
• 7 zwembaden
• Kids club in Tamarijn Aruba
• Verlichte tennisbanen
• Minibar


Het Divi is gelegen op 30 minuten rijafstand van de luchthaven en op 10 minuten van Oranjestad. Het strand van Druif Beach ligt op 5 minuten rijden met de shuttle.


• Niet gemotoriseerde watersport zoals snorkelen, kajakken, windsurfles
• Beach volleybal
• Aerobics-, yoga- en zumbba lessen
• Fietstours


Een vakantie Aruba staat natuurlijk in het teken van relaxen aan een van de mooie stranden op het eiland. Eagle Beach en Druif Beach zijn twee van de mooiere stranden van Aruba.

"Gorgeous Beach - does anything else matter?"

We stayed for a week in February. Positives: 1) the beach is amazing, and is a short 10 minute walk along the beach to Eagle Beach, which is even more amazing. 2) It is hot, but the wind helps counter the heat and the water is very warm. You can swim all day. 3) The resort food is decent. The beef isn't great, but last I checked, there are no cows on Aruba. The fish & fruit are spectacular, and there are lots of imported goods to eat. Brand named products. 4) The people are relaxed and comfortable, and have typically worked at Divi for many years. Tips are appreciated but not required for service. 5) It is quiet, apart from the machine that is fixing the beach by pumping sand/water each day. There are no jetskis zooming around. 6) The tap water is amazing and safe. So nice to not have to think about ice, or grabbing a drink. 7) The a la carte restaurants were good and there were no restrictions on how many nights you could book. Definitely go that route over the buffet dinner. Negatives: 1) The coffee... is not great. 2) The resort is a little rough around the edges (minor things are broken, like the chess set). The rooms aren't spectacular and have been around for a long time, but very functional. 3) The watersports guys are lazy and prefer to leave the Hobbie broken and only allow morning windsurfing on rigs for learning. If you want to sail, you'll need to head to Palm Beach. 4) Some of the entertainers are talented, but most are average or below average. 5) I felt old... and I'm 40, so that doesn't happen much anymore. There is lots of grey hair at Divi and many have been there countless times. If you want a young crowd under 40, Tamarijn may be better... hard to say because I wasn't there much. The taxis are easy to use and everyone is relaxed. It is $10 - $20 to get around. Palm Beach "High-rise area" is much more dense, with less wind and way more people. I much preferred the Divi location. You can walk to Palm Beach... all of the way along the beach (gorgeous!) in about 1.5 hours, take a $12 taxi, or a $2.60 bus ride. The bus is easy - there is a stop right outside the resort. The sailing setup at Palm Beach is superb. I used Vela, but there are others (including Hobbie cats to rent). Overall it is a much safer feel than Mexico, Cuba or DR. The beach is Cuba-quality with Mexico-qualify food. It is a few degrees warmer, and there is lots of wind. Aruba is definitely a good place to go! Our kids (5 and 9) enjoyed it, but couldn't figure out why Aruba doesn't have internet. Shssh... don't tell. Divi does have free wifi.

"Loved it!"

I will try to put in some things that I was wondering about before I went. Our flight was delayed due to weather but we had no problem checking in 2 hours late (around 6PM). You have to wear a bracelet while there. It is cloth not plastic so it didn't seem to cause any irritations. They are a bit nasty in warnings about the bracelet "if you lose it you will be charged $150/day" but it is a pretty secure thing. This is a PUBLIC beach! We didn't know that. We were on the first floor in a casita and left the sliding door open during the night for the fresh air. A security guard came by with a flashlight in our faces and screamed at us to lock the door. He didn't speak English though (the only person we met who didn't) so we didn't really understand why we had to close the door. Long story short, someone walked into the room while we were sleeping and stole my beach and travel bags. There was no cash in either so they dumped one on the patio and the other was eventually found on the property. Our own fault absolutely - lock your doors! The response from security and the police was great. The food - if you can't find something to eat at all hours of the day then you aren't trying very hard. We ate in the buffet the first night and had grilled mahi-mahi. Delicious. Be sure to try the papaya hot sauce - it is made on the island and is very hot and delicious. We enjoyed all the restaurants with PureLime being our least favourite and Palm Grill (at Tamarijn) being our favourite. The shuttle is easy to grab to get back and forth but you should probably consider the short walk so you don't go home with and extra 10 pounds. You can order a cappuccino at any of the restaurants (this is not well known) and they are delicious. You should also try an Aruban coffee (booze) at least once. The beach is gorgeous. We had a little unusual weather while there and there were some shells washed up on a couple of days. They seemed to disappear the next day. We were in the ocean every day. I can't speak on the pools because I never stepped foot in one. I have read a couple of reviews here where people are complaining about the staff. The only ones we found even remotely rude were the ones that survive on commission (for booking trips and cars). And even then it really wasn't bad. The servers, bartenders, housekeepers (thanks, Blossom!!!) and other staff were exceptional and extremely friendly. A smile goes a long way people! The people we saw having trouble were the ones barking orders and scowling. Curtis at the Sandpiper bar near the casitas is super friendly and a wealth of information about the island (he also makes a mean drink). We had no problem getting drinks or anything else at mealtime. RENT A JEEP! Drive around the island a little bit, it is so easy. We went to the abandoned gold mine, the natural pool (only for the brave of heart) and Baby beach. We stopped for lunch at Charlie's. Amazing! We met many people who have traveled to Aruba year after year and stay at the Divi. One woman had been going for 26 years! (She was mad that we brought rain) I can't quite imagine limiting myself to only one place to visit in the world but if I HAD to this would be the place. You may be approached by a Vendor on the beach (it happened to us twice) but a polite "no thanks" keeps them going, they are not aggressive at all.


Greatest people in the world. Friendly. Beautiful water. White sand beach. Cold drinks. Beautiful evening shows. You can go horseback riding on the beach. You travel everywhere by golf cart. Not a chance of having to worry about drinking too much. The hotel is outstanding! There are many restaurants. All have excellent food and a view of the ocean. Beautiful!

"Perfect vacation in Aruba"

This was our second trip to Aruba, the first being 35 years ago for our honeymoon. Over the years, we have been to several Carribean islands and stayed at very nice resorts. I can see why people keep coming back to Aruba, however - it is a perfect island with perfect weather! The sun shines most of the time, and there is always a breeze to cool you. When the sun doesn't shine (because of clouds and very occasional rain,) it is actually a relief. The population of the island is not as impoverished as many Carribean islands are, and so there are not people around trying to sell you things or asking for money, which can be very depressing when you're on vacation. In fact, it is almost difficult to buy - stores in town are closed on Sunday and in the evenings. Ok, now the resort: this was a lovely resort - not too large, but all the amenities we needed. The food in the buffet was fresh, tasty, and varied. We tried five restaurants at night - the Red Parrot, Ginger, Lime, Paparazzi and Palm Grill. We liked them all - just remember to make reservations in advance. Loved the bars - there was always a "drink of the day" and we tried them all. Not too strong, but you could request extra rum or whatever. Not too many daytime activities that I was aware of (though I took a great yoga class.) It didn't matter because the beach is beautiful. We never used the pool (how could you go to a pool when this gorgeous beach is beckoning?) It was easy to get chairs in the shade a bit later in the day, but not impossible earlier. There was some night life - bands and dj's at both Divi Aruba and Tamarijn. We preferred Divi Aruba because it was more intimate. A few dozen people there every night, all in good moods, most of us dancing - it was a lot of fun! The casino across the street is fun, but was very smoky (not used to this anymore, coming from the US.) We enjoyed, but couldn't stay more than a half hour. The rooms are comfortable, decent wifi, good cable tv (all NY stations and more.) The grounds are pretty - lots of birds and lizards to look at, and lovely flowers. We rented a car one day and drove around the island - easy to do since it is so small. The Butterfly farm was great, as were Baby Beach and the lighthouse. Also had a wonderful lunch at this little place called ZeeRover - highly recommend - delicious fresh fish. Would go back to Aruba in a heart beat, and would love to return to this resort.

"The best dive operation ever"

I take dive groups all over the world with a minimum of 7 different destinations a year This dive operation is first class, from the manager Serge attentive to every detail from his dive shop the boats the schedules his team all deserved a big applause for such a great job! I wish other resorts can be trained here to learn how to take care of beggining DIVERS all the way to instructors with patience smiles and respect They protect their reefs, their environment and make every dive special for every one ! I want to thank all the staff, instructors, dive masters and especially Serge for such a great operation I will recommend this place to every one!

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