ORANJESTAD – The Aruba Tourist Channel, a beloved hub for all things related to this Caribbean gem, has hit a remarkable milestone in its global reach. Now boasting a daily audience of 136,779 viewers, and a staggering monthly reach of over 4,103,370 views, this impressive viewership extends to over 100 countries. The widespread interest in Aruba’s all-inclusive resorts, beautiful weather, and diverse tourist attractions is truly global.
“We are thrilled to see such extensive global reach,” said Ishwar Daryanani, the pioneer of the Aruba Tourist Channel. “It’s heartening to know that our content, which includes information about Aruba hotels, flights to Aruba, and even Aruba travel restrictions, is resonating with people from all over the world. Our goal is to showcase the beauty and unique culture of Aruba, and these numbers show that we are achieving that.”
In addition to the channel, the new newspaper, “The Advisor,” has proven to be a valuable asset in communicating the myriad activities available at the island’s hotels. It has quickly become the go-to platform for visitors wishing to stay informed about the latest happenings on the island.
The United States leads the pack with 84,403 daily viewers, followed by Aruba itself with 22,205 viewers, and the Netherlands with 9,362 viewers. The channel’s appeal is truly universal, reaching people who are interested in everything from Aruba weather to specific resorts like the Hyatt Aruba and the Marriott Aruba.
While expected regions such as the United States and the Caribbean contribute a significant portion of the viewership, the channel also enjoys considerable daily views from countries as diverse as Japan, Russia, South Africa, and Finland. Even in countries with smaller viewerships, the Aruba Tourist Channel’s content about Aruba vacations and the location of Aruba on the map is generating interest.
“This reach of over 4 million monthly views demonstrates the success of the Aruba Tourist Channel in not just promoting Aruba as a premier tourist destination, but also in fostering a global community interested in the island’s unique charm and beauty,” added Daryanani.
The Aruba Tourist Channel extends its heartfelt thanks to its viewers worldwide for their support and promises to continue its mission of bringing the best of Aruba, including the bustling capital city of Oranjestad, to screens around the globe.