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Arashi Beach

Favorited with locals, Arashi Beach boasts gentle currents and rich underwater life which makes it a perfect spot for snorkeling. It is quite narrow stretch of beach in Aruba with a large parking area.

Located in the northern part of Malmok Beach, at the edge of a charming residential area in Aruba. It lines a barren lunar scenery and the winding main road that leads to the magnificent California Lighthouse.

Baby Beach

Baby Beach is very famous for its true Caribbean beach paradise scenery. For its amazing half-moon sandy expanse in a calm lagoon. The waters are shallow making it a top beach destination especially for families with children. Swimmers can go far out, and still can touch the sea bottom. Baby Beach is a snorkeling haven in Aruba. Especially where the bay opens out to the Caribbean Sea, snorkelers will encounter a colorful display of coral and tropical fish.

Visit Baby Beach with an exciting off-road safari or in our air-conditioned bus

Eagle Beach

Eagle Beach in Aruba is one of the most astonishing beaches on the island. One of the widest beach in Aruba and famous for its pristine white sands, Eagle Beach offers a clear water, ample parking, a variety of motorized watersports, shaded picnic areas and huts. Eagle beach won the 2017 TripAdvisor Traveler Award for the 3rd Best in the World and has won other awards throughout the years.

Palm Beach

The famous two-mile-long strip known as Palm Beach Aruba houses glamorous high-rise hotels in Aruba and dotted by watersports concessions, piers, shops, beach bars and restaurants. Its calm waters make it a haven for swimmers and snorkelers.

A relaxing walk along the coastline at dawn or sunset is perfect for exercise and quiet reflection during a Caribbean vacation. By taking the majestic sunset and indulging in a candle-lit, barefoot dining on the beach is the best culmination to a lazy or adventurous day in the sun and sea.

Best view secret: with a refreshing drink at De Palm Pier (between RIU and Hilton Resort) or at a Sunset Cruise

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