There are plenty of places to go for a night out on the town in Aruba. In the Palm Beach area, both outdoor and indoor bars and restaurants offer DJs or live bands so your group can dance the night away. Try open-air bars like South Beach and the discotheques that stay open late in The Village. On its sunken central stage, Paseo Herencia also hosts a varied musical lineup and its fountains come aglow with a nightly sound, light and water show.

For salsa music under the stars, why not hire a coach to take your group to Casibari Café in the center of the island, or dance barefoot next to the ocean to the live bands at Moomba Beach in the high-rise area.

Another effortless way to sample a variety of local bars is to charter one of Aruba’s party buses. They’ll pick up your group from your hotel and take you on an unforgettable evening excursion of the island’s nightlife. Some begin with a sunset champagne toast at the California lighthouse, followed by dining at the Governor’s residence and a 3-stop pub crawl.