Private Beach Gives Visitors The Chance To Mingle With Flamingos

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Published: December 28, 2017

Taking a trip to the Caribbean Island of Aruba already has its appeal because it gives visitors the chance to mingle with flamingos at a private beach. Have you heard of the Renaissance Island in Aruba?

This inviting flamingo beach is a private resort guest at the resort to be able to visit the flamingos and private shores of Renaissance Island.

Flamingoes are locals on this beach so they won’t be shy or afraid about approaching visitors and eating out of their hands. They have been living in Aruba for years and they make great hosts. It was about 15 years ago when a flamboyance of flamingos made their home on the Renaissance Private Island, and since then they are living on the beach and mingling with visitors.

Footage was filmed on November 14, 2017 in Oranjestad, Aruba by Matias Basso who was chillin at Flamingo Beach at the Renaissance private island in Oranjestad, Aruba. Watch as the flamingos start screaming all together as an orchestra and give a beautiful concert performance.

However, this island became popular about 3 years ago when its pink inhabitants started flaunting their perfectly fit bodies on the social media.

Lower your expectations because it is not like you can see flamingos everywhere you set foot on this beach. The flamingos you keep seeing on the social media aren’t actually an attraction open to the public so if you want to see them, you need to book a time with them.

The only place you can see these famous flamingos is the Renaissance Island, which is a privately owned island by Renaissance Aruba Resort in Oranjestad. Only guests of the Renaissance Aruba Resort have free access to the island, however visitors can buy a day pass for $100 and visit the island as a non-guest.

In order to avoid making the island too crowded, Renaissance Hotel doesn’t always sell these passesto visitors. If the hotel is fully booked, non-guests aren’t able to buy passes.

Kids are allowed on the island, but they aren’t allowed at the Flamingo Beach in order to minimize the disturbance of the flamingo population, which makes the beach a perfect spot for couples and those who enjoy quiet spaces.

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