Luxurious Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort in Aruba

                                                           (photo source Bucuti website)
Aruba is home to some magnificent ecotourism and sustainable resorts. With an island that only has 75 square miles of land, and a coastline of 42.6 miles, Aruba has a lot to offer on this small yet beautiful location. One of which being, sustainable eco-friendly resorts.
One of the ecotourism resorts that caught my attention is the Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort. Nestled in a secluded area along Eagle Beach, Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort resides on a 14-acre stretch of white sandy beach. Overlooking the turquoise Caribbean waters with the warm tropical breeze running through your hair, lands the luxurious Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort on my top ecotourism resort list.
                                                         (photo source Bucuti website)
Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort take sustainable, eco-friendly, and ecotourism extremely serious and to another level. One of Aruba’s greenest hotels since it was built in 1987, and has maintained being one of the Caribbean’s greenest resorts. They have 21 Green Globe certifications, and the first resort in the Americas to be certified ISO 14001. (The ISO 14001 standard is the most important standard within the ISO 14000 series. ISO 14001 specifies the requirements of an environmental management system (EMS) for small to large organizations. An EMS is a systemic approach to handling environmental issues within an organization.)
While staying with Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort, you can ask the concierge service to assist in setting up diving and sailing excursions, horseback riding, golf, Jeep safari tours, and more. This resort is adjacent to the Alhambra Casino if you are up for some adult entertainment, or you can go visit the local restaurants and shops to indulge in some souvenirs for loved ones.
Whether you are wanting to just sit beach side and relax, or go and explore the beautiful island of Aruba, Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort is one destination you want to make sure and visit. Ecotourism is a trend that is here to stay, so you might as well get in on all the fun.

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If you are interested in learning more, visit https://www.bucuti.com/ to find out more information and book your stay today.

Amanda Monique

Green Travel Girl

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