Your vacation to Aruba is booked.  You have secured your vacation rental and you have already booked flights. Not much else to do but pack your bag and head out the door. However,  we all know getting ready for vacation can be fun but can also be hectic remembering all the little details. Just remember you are going on vacation to relax. Planning ahead can really make your arrival at your vacation destination much easier and a well prepared vacation will set you up for success. Here is the biggest tip I can give with planning ahead for your Aruba vacation. Reservations. From excursions to dinner reservations planning ahead allows you the chance to relax on your vacation without additional stress.
Reservations can be a life saver over busy times of year. We know you just want to sit on the beach, have a drink, and chill without any restrictions. But unless you fancy up to a two hour wait time for a table at some of Aruba’s most popular dining locations we suggest booking ahead. Most of Aruba’s restaurants now offer the capability to make reservations long before you arrive.  The ever popular Madame Janett’s for example offers the capability to make reservations directly from their website. Popular tourist excursions from segway tours to boating adventures can all be booked ahead from the comfort of your own home prior to leaving. Planning a visit to De Palm Island for example where they only allow so many guest per day is essential.
Want to plan but don’t have the time? Why not try and contact your resorts concierge. Most resorts offer concierge service and they are normally more than happy to assist prior to arrival. The Marriott Aruba Surf Club and the Marriott Aruba Ocean Club for example offer a email address where you can contact the resort concierge for assistance prior to checking in.  Not sure where to go or what to do? We here at Concierge Realty would be delighted to share with you our favorite dining spots and excursions. So sit back and relax. We have the tips and tools to allow you to plan the best vacation yet. The beach awaits!