Best Beach Honeymoon: Aruba
Where to Stay Relax at Bucuti, a European-style resort with a beach, outdoor dining and a spa. Garden rooms start at around $263 per night. If you want to mix things up, check into the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino in the very center of town (rooms start at around $245). The hotel provides a small boat to take you to its private island 10 minutes away.
Where to Eat Enjoy seafood straight off the grill at Pinchos Grill & Bar, a restaurant right on a pier. Try the grilled Aruban wahoo fillet (expect to pay $18 to $24 for an entrée) and leave room for dessert. Also head to The Old Man and the Sea, where the tables are spaced out (for privacy) right on the sand.
What to Do See the island on an ABC Jeep Tour ($71 per person for 3½ hours), which takes you along Aruba's rockier beaches, or check out the underwater view on the Atlantis Submarine Tour ($89 per person if booked online). Into golf? Spend a day at Tierra Del Sol. The scenic course is open from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Snorkeling, horseback riding and just laying low on the beach are all options too.
What to Pack The weather is consistently warm in Aruba, but there's usually a strong breeze. Bring a windbreaker when walking on the beach at night -- and plenty of hair ties.
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