The Caribbean destination presents itself again at the Frankfurt’s leading trade fair, showcasing to decision makers of the travel industry worldwide why the destination is trending in the MICE segment.
The Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) and the Aruba Convention Bureau (ACB) are happy to announce a strategic promotional partnership: from April 19th to 21st, the Caribbean destination will be promoting its qualities as a MICE destination at IMEX Frankfurt, one of the leading trade fair of the segment worldwide.
Aruba, also known as “One Happy Island”, wants to promote its position as a trending destination for events, meetings, incentives and conferences. No wonder: apart from its exotic flair and vibrant Caribbean culture, The Dutch Antilles’ island boasts European standards of Infrastructure and services, and a high level of safety. Making yourself understood is as easy as it gets: English is spoken nationwide, together with the official languages Papiamento and Dutch, and many do speak Spanish, too. Travelling is also made smooth, with flights connecting the Island to different cities worldwide directly, like Amsterdam, Panamá City, New York or Miami.
A large and varied range of hotels and conference facilities in different categories and sizes, including top international chains, as well as charming boutique properties, are at the disposal of all meeting planners and event decision makers. The first-class cuisine with gastronomic influences from over 90 nations caters to the most demanding palates. For adrenaline junkies, the possibilities of activities on land and water are also endless, and are blessed by the permanent nice weather. A 4×4-Jeep tour through the rugged Arikok National Park, an hour of SUP-Yoga, kitesurf or a visit the famous pink flamingos on the Renaissance Island are just some of the possibilities for an exciting incentive program.
Those seeking relaxation count on the numerous spa facilities, and a visit to the one of the oldest Aloe Vera Factory provides an interesting background information on the most important export goods of the island. Aruba is also host to many special events, such as rock and jazz concerts, sports championships and even Marathons.