Recently, Kimberley Richardson of the Aruba Tourism Authority had the great pleasure to honor on of Aruba’s loyal and friendly visitors as an Emerald Ambassador of Aruba. The emerald Ambassador is presented on behalf of the Minister of Tourism, as a token of appreciation and to say ‘Masha Danki’ to guests whom visited Aruba 35 years and more consecutively.
The Emerald Ambassador certificate is the highest certificate that we present, and is only given to a few, making every part of this honoring ceremony even more special.
Ms. Richardson had the great pleasure to meet and honor Mrs. Madeleine Stucki this year. Mrs. Stucki is British, born in the island of Mauritius, and living in Switzerland. Her first visit to Aruba was in 1987 and she has come to Aruba every year ever since. Her visits are not just regular visits. Every year she visits the island, she stays for two months. Sometimes She even comes to Aruba twice in a year!
Mrs. Stucki mentioned that she will be coming to Aruba every year as long as she can. It is incredibly beautiful to see that Aruba still has so many loyal visitors, and that they even choose to bring along their families so they can experience the Aruba effect as well.
Ms. Richardson together with the representatives of the Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa presented the certificates to the honorees, handed over some presents, and also thanked her for choosing Aruba as her favorite vacation destination and as her home-away-from-home.