The visit to the aloe factory is part of a multi-stop bus trip. The factory tour guide was very informative and provided an excellent walk through the factory at the viewing windows. At the end of the tour you are given a chance to visit the factory store and purchase their products. Be aware that there is also a store... 更多
We bought the Shower gel it is so nice after being out all day. I had to take a shower and used this my whole body felt relieved, my skin was the softest it had been in years, I'm in my 70's . I need to go online and order some.
We didn't plan on going to this but it was a stop on our tour. We were pleasantly surprised on the cleanliness and informative tour we received. It's interesting to see how Aloe gets from the plant to the stores...
There is a free tour at the production facility which takes about 20 minutes. Don't expect to much, you will visit a small museum, then you go upstairs to see the production. In case you don't have a vehicle to get at the factory, there is also a shop in Oranjestad that shows a small part of the production of... 更多
The shop offers a brief tour and gives a lot of information about the history and uses of aloe. It's more than just for burns. That part is super interesting. The shop is nice but pricey. To be honest, it would be much cheaper to buy aloe and concoct your own products. The aloe vera plant field next to the... 更多
Did the tour and actually liked it, I bought a few of the creams. I am trying the cream for eczema and hoping that it will help. I actually ate the aloe, but it was bitter,
I wanted to see this place because 13 years ago my husband had a very serious sun burn and all healed without traces by the product produced by this factory. Since then I have no doubt about its efficiency and wanted to see how the products are produced, some of its history and finally buy them to use during our... 更多
Stopped here for a small tour of the facility. The tour leader took us without waiting for more people and walked us through the process of draining, skinning, and using the meat of the aloe. Being from Texas, we have aloe growing in or yard and its very interesting to know how to use aloe besides on injuries. There is... 更多
The museum tour is short and sweet and offers insight into Aruban agricultural history. There is a store attached to the museum with lots of ale body products for visitors to purchase.
We visited the Aruba Aloe site and had a wonderful and informative tour. This is a free tour too. At the end of the tour, you can see all the products and purchase a few. Directions to the place were a little difficult to follow in Fodder's Aruba book. Just ask someone and they can direct you from Palm or... 更多