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We stayed at the Renaissance Aruba Resort, which is located downtown. The festival was literally across the street, 4 min walk. We got there at 6:25 and stood in a short line. Many seats still available, but we made the mistake of sitting in the second row under the speakers and had to move to the back when the music... 更多
My wife and I stopped in at 6:20pm, just before the slated 6:30pm starting time. We paid our $5 admission and found some seats up front. They have dinner and drinks available for those who would like to purchase them - we did not. The show started a little late, just after 7:00pm, and featured Aruban music, formal dancing, and... 更多
To capture the full flavor of the island, make the Bonbini Festival Show at the top of your list. Excellent show, very informational on the customs of the island. Loved this!
Sooo we paid $5 a person to visit this place earlier in the day not realizing this is where the festival was at night. When we got there at night they made us repay which really irritated me. I specifically asked the woman in charge and she told me no we wouldn't have to repay but then they made me... 更多
We enjoyed listening to the music of Aruba, from the music greeting us upon entry to the folk band, (VERY good!), and brass/drum Carnival band. The food was prepared by locals, but eating from a plate perched on our laps was uncomfortable, I'd recommend checking it out & maybe eating out later if it doesn't appeal to you.
we believe that travelling is about not only visiting new places, but also learning about its history and culture.. within this context, this is a must-go experience for the family.. You may plan to visit the museum in the afternoon, go for shopping at the end of the afternoon and return for the Festival at 7pm..
Was much smaller than expected. We thought it was a big festival out on the streets but it was in what looked like an old church converted into a museum. nonetheless it was something to do for the evening
We attended this festival on Tuesday night. The facility was small and outdoors. But there was an introduction to each of the cultures which contributed to the island nation.
We saw the advertisement for the festival at the resort that we stayed at. Admission was 5 per person. The show was a bit over an hour long. It was extremely informative as to the history of Aruba. There was dancers,music and a brief lesson on the native language.