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Aruba Aloe Factory, Museum and Store

Pitastraat 115, Aruba
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“small museum” (11 reviews)
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Pitastraat 115, Aruba
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"free tour"
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"interesting tour"
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"small museum"
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"sun lotion"
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"wonderful products"
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"manufacturing process"
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"skin care"
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"learn something"
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"for sale"
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"self guided"
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"short film"
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Free Tour! Very intriguing so we went for a visit. You will tour the museum and watch a short video. The tour guide will take u out to demonstrate how they pick and cut the Aloe Vera. Great information. We toured the factory where their...More

Thank dkeversmiles2
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Reviewed 2 days ago

While on the island, our daughters fell in love with the Aruba Aloe products sold in local stores. So when we realized there was a factory/museum, we decided to swing by. The place was easy to find and admission is free. There is a small...More

Thank Hugumom
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a must for everyone to see if they are visiting Aruba. It is not far from the main beach road and is easy to get to. You can take your own time to walk through the museum and they also have guides available....More

Thank Duanegwizdala
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice to see some industry for the locals. Nice products, a bit pricey but good for their economy . Each bus gets a small tour, then walked Then walked through their museum.

Thank Heather S
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This stop was on our bus tour of the island. It was interesting to see how the aloe leaves are cut and processed. As expected, the tour ends in the shop. I bought several things, including shampoo that I love! I'm glad I can buy...More

Thank Clipp
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We learned alot about Aloe on this visit ... associates were polite, pleasant and extremely helpful. The factory was so clean and we left with two big bags worth of quality Aloe Vera lotions and soap. The next day we latter up "after burn' and...More

1  Thank RockyNewYorkCity
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Interesting tour of Aruban History as the Aloe Vera plant was brought over to Aruba from Africa SNC the Aloe Vera plant was originally harvested for its laxative properties but has since been harvested for skin care and health properties. A nice demonstration of how...More

1  Thank rdb613
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nothing really amazing, but it is neat to see that their products are mostly made by hand. The products seemed good, but expensive. But then again, you get what you pay for.

Thank HD2006Reviews
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited the Aloe Factory in March 2018 on a long van tour around Aruba. It was a comprehensive tour from the fields where it is grown to the processing, packing, and shipping of a hundred different aloe products. The tour moved along and was...More

2  Thank mgill2005
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Reviewed 19 May 2018 via mobile

We enjoyed the tour of the factory, looking at the aloe fields and seeing how products are made. We sure bought a lot at the store to bring home for us and others.

1  Thank AngM6
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jane150858
19 November 2017|
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Response from csaloom | Reviewed this property |
Prices were very reasonable and yes thy do have face cream. They also have bundles of different products. I love the shower gel, the fragrance is amazing. I also happy to say you can re order products when you get home from... More
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NANA3333
9 June 2015|
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we brought frozen steaks in our luggage which were still frozen upon arrival. we knew we had gas grills available to use and this plan worked out extremely well for us. btw...our flight time was about 5 hours so yes...bring... More
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Cyndi M
8 February 2015|
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When I travel on cruises for airplanes I stay at hotels that offer free car parking and Airport shuttle
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