Welcome to our website!

Eco Living Aruba is a local Beekeeping company born out of a dream to live a more sustainable and mainingful lifestyle. It started all by growing some of our own  food and realizing there were not enough bees on the beautiful island of Aruba  Now we take care of 50 hives spread out over the island, we produce handmade products with local ingredients and always have the environment in mind.  With your support we can build more beehives to place around the island. We are not funded by any subsidies, so our business - Eco Living Aruba - funds the Bee project for us. All of the natural, handmade products that get made and sold are directly reinvested back into Bee research on the island as well as the building of the beehives.

Please take a look at the rest of our website to see all we offer. We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.  
'Bee Happy' 
Rose & Daniel Barros


 


Our Products

Local and sustainable products. All made by hand with love for nature in our mind. See what we have in store for you here. 

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Bee a foster

Do you want bees in your garden, but not sure how to get them?  Let us help! 

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Bee Experience

Experience Bee Keeping with us! Visit some of our locations and taste some fresh raw honey.

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How it all Began

Two people one dream. Read all about our journey into a more sustainable lifestyle.

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The faces of Eco Living Aruba


Rose, Born in Holland moved to Aruba in 2007. After happily working as a primary school teacher for 20 years she is now dedicated to a more sustainable lifestyle. To her this means working with as many local products as possible. Making home made products from scratch, you can best find her in her work space creating new local products.


Dan, a born and raised Aruban spend most of his working time as a chef in their family owned restaurant. Working with the vegetables he grew in the back of his restaurant had  always his interest. In 2015 he added his first beehive to his garden. Nowadays he manages 50 hives spread out over the island.

Together they are passionate about living naturally and building like-minded community focused on a sustainable lifestyle