The beach at the Tam and the beauty that is the Natural Bridge area.
Thanks for the info! I will try to take some pics and post them after we return. Some of the ones I found from around a year ago look like far less rocks than we experienced in 2010, but I'm sure it has changed even since those pics were taken. The excitement is building like crazy...40 more sleeps until paradise!
We'll be there in a couple of weeks so will advise at that time. If you're a subscriber to Facebook, there is a Divi & Tamarijn Aruba page that has a number of recent photos posted by guests. Appears very nice in the photos but that can change overnight.
Won't go into details but, waves from the westerly direction are generally very beneficial to the Tamarijn beach. Over the years, we've experienced numerous different wave and beach conditions. Climbed over rocks nearly everywhere and marveled at 150 ft of beach in the 1100-1300 blocks. All presented varying conditions and all contributed to our total Aruba vacation.
It's just like the weather. We can't change it. Our mindset is to enjoy to the fullest, that which we are given.
I.E., last year we were walking the beach near Costa Linda when the sky litterally opened up. Biggest downfall we ever saw on the island. Found it interesting to see nearly everone run for cover from the rain. People on the beach, in swimwear, scattering to avoid getting wet. We found it to be extremely refreshing while also being a new Aruba experience.