Designed like an A-Z of Aruba’s best bits, this trip ticks off everything from sunbathing to sightseeing. First up is the Aruba Natural Bridge – once a rocky overpass shaped by the sea, this natural wonder collapsed a few years ago and now lies crumpled in the shallows. You’ll have time for a quick wander along the beach before driving to the next stop, the abandoned Bushiribana gold mill. These ruins were once the island’s lifeblood, during the gold rush of the 1800s, but are now a time-worn relic. Next, after winding your way to the island’s northernmost point, you’ll stop at the towering California Lighthouse. The views here are top-drawer, and after you’ve snapped a couple of pics, it’s off to the final port-of-call – Arashi Beach. This chalky-white stretch is quintessentially Caribbean, and you’ll get an hour to swim and sun yourself before heading back to the ship.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.