Aruba Timeshares

Experience the beauty of the Caribbean with an Aruba timeshare. Blending the comforts of home with an exotic oasis, a timeshare in Aruba will provide you with more than just a place to stay. After just one trip, you will feel yourself emerged in the welcoming and unique culture of Aruba and its people.

With an Aruba timeshare resale, you can visit this breathtaking island every year and save money at the same time. Learn how you can save with an Aruba timeshare by calling 1-844-202-7611 or filling out the form today!

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Save Money with an Aruba Timeshare Resale

There is no question that Aruba is one of the most beautiful travel destinations in the world. From the perfect beaches to the crystal clear waters, you may find yourself never wanting to leave. With an Aruba timeshare, you can travel back to this tropical paradise every year. A timeshare can also provide you with better accommodations and a better value; and, as an Aruba timeshare owner, you typically receive more perks at your resort than you would at a standard hotel.

Looking to just get away? also features Aruba timeshares for rent at many popular resorts. A timeshare rental will allow you to explore both the island and the resort to see if vacation ownership is the right fit for you. Get more information about how you can buy or rent a timeshare in Aruba by calling phone or filling out the form to the right today.

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Important Facts About Aruba Timeshare

There are a few things to consider when you buy a timeshare in Aruba. The country allows the sale of both deeded timeshares as well as Right-To-Use memberships. A Right-To-Use timeshare in Aruba usually spans 30 to 99 years. When you purchase a timeshare resale, a significant part of the membership may have already been utilized by the previous owner. This is great news, because it allows you the option of a shorter lease than you receive from the resort, and you can choose to renew once the Right-To-Use has expired. When you buy a deeded timeshare interest on the secondary market, you need assistance from an Aruban lawyer. It is easy to obtain one, as most resorts can provide one during the transition. With both types of ownership, there are fees required to transfer to a new owner. This is similar to the system in the U.S.

Things to Do in Aruba

On the island of Aruba, the major attraction is the beach. With miles of pristine white sand stretching out in every direction, you can enjoy walking on the beach, lying in the sun, or exploring the beautiful nature that surrounds you. A variety of water sports are available as well. You can snorkel and scuba dive to see the wonderful plethora coral and sea-life. You can even explore a shipwreck! The Antilla, a German ship, sank a short distance from the island during World War II and is available to visit. One of the most exciting tours you can take in Aruba is an underwater submarine tour. For those who want to explore the ocean but still remain dry, this is the perfect event for you.

In the evening, try one of Aruba’s many restaurants. Whether you prefer a table beachside or overlooking the ocean, you are sure to enjoy an unforgettable sunset. At night, there are many casinos and nightclubs to explore. Go on a tour to visit popular casinos and clubs for a small fee. You can even watch a show or go dancing in the evening.

Without a doubt, the biggest time of celebration in Aruba is the annual Carnival. This event occurs the entire two months prior to the start of Lent and features parades, costumes, music, and dancing. Many of the clubs and theaters offer Carnival-themed performances that extend the daytime festivities long into the night.