ORANJESTAD, Aruba, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Aruba's "One Cool Honeymoon" program returns this year with an extraordinary range of leisure activities and merchandise discounts. Newlyweds will find it easy to say "I do" to a honeymoon in the tropical paradise of Aruba. The annual "One Cool Honeymoon" program begins April 1 through December 31, 2000. To participate, newlyweds need only identify themselves as such when making reservations and upon hotel check-in at participating resorts. For more information about "One Cool Honeymoon" please visit http://www.honeymoon.aruba.com "Abundant activities, 80-degree weather and the finest beaches in the Caribbean make Aruba hot with honeymooners," said Dr. Lili Beke-Martinez, Aruba's Minister of Economic Affairs, Tourism, Social Affairs and Culture. "These honeymoon extras make Aruba even more enticing." With their "One Cool Honeymoon" ID card, couples can take advantage of various value-added amenities, ranging from discounts on activities such as dinner parties, cruises, horseback riding, snorkeling and tours, to shopping and dining specials. In addition to these honeymoon extras, several hotels offer packages exclusively designed for newlyweds, including a complimentary bottle of champagne or wine, a souvenir picture frame and a certificate for a free night during a return stay the following year. "Aruba is the island where happiness lives and romance begins," said Beke-Martinez. "In fact, many newlyweds fall in love with the island and return year after year to celebrate their anniversary with us." Located in the heart of the Caribbean, 15 miles north of Venezuela and only two and a half-hours from Miami by air, Aruba is outside the hurricane belt and the island boasts great year-round weather, cooling trade winds and friendly people. For more information on planning a trip to Aruba, contact the Aruba Tourism Authority at 800-TO-ARUBA or visit http://www.aruba.com and http://www.arubaconventionbureau.com . The Aruba Tourism Authority also has offices in Weehawken, Ft. Lauderdale, Houston and Chicago. This material is distributed by Everett Clay Associates and Shandwick International on behalf of the Aruba Ministry of Economic Affairs, Tourism, Social Affairs and Culture. Additional information is available at the Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.
SOURCE Aruba Tourism Authority