Aruba offers cultural experiences like no other Caribbean Island. Weekly outdoor markets showcase local artworks and handicrafts for the visitor to enjoy. These markets are also known for their sumptuous buffets and dining experiences featuring the islands multi-cultural heritage. Aruba is an excellent destination for gaming with the chips reflecting the various culture of its people.
Arubian's celebrate Carnival, Dera Gai and the island's most popular celebration: Hi Winds. The Hi Winds celebration has become a popular gathering place for windsurfers, kite boarders and various "flying" events. Some of the sport’s top competitors come from Aruba and nearby Bonaire and Curacao. In the Caribbean, all competitions turn into parties and this is certainly true in Aruba.