If you’re stuck on where to go for your next holiday, then we may have just the suggestion for you.
Aruba is a tiny Dutch Caribbean island off the coast of Venezuela, with a dry, sunny climate and a gentle, lapping ocean.
It sounds perfect just like that to be honest, but there’s more – it’s the home to loads of cute as hell flamingos.
You’ll find the pink baes on the adult-only beach at the Renaissance Aruba Resort and Casino, which is situated on a private island just off the coast of the island’s capital, Oranjestad.
As expected, a stay at the Renaissance is pretty spenny (a room for two adults for tomorrow night costs $409 [£289]) but don’t worry, they let us povvos on the island too – you just need to buy a day pass. Which is also pretty expensive at $99 (£70) per person, but we guess you just have to weigh up how much your online flamingo validation is worth.
Here’s what awaits you at Flamingo Beach:
Unsurprisingly, there are flamingos…
…and hungry flamingos
The island is a magnet for the Insta-famous…
…and you’ll find lots of people staging ‘candid’ shots…
…and posing their little hearts out
The flamingos might ignore you…
…or you might have them eating out the palm of your hand…
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To get your butt onto that island as a non-guest, you need to contact Renaissance Aruba Resort and Casino when you get to Aruba and book your day pass.
The $99 pass gets you transportation to the island (boats leave every 15 minutes), lunch and a beach towel.
Can’t wait to see your pics.