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    Member wannagoback's Avatar
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    Eagle Beach, Arashi, Boca Catalina and Baby Beach. We do Arashi and Catalina mainly for snorkeling.

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    Senior Member brady bear's Avatar
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    My very first stay we did the Renn... and got spoiled with the private island.
    But then took a tour and stop at Baby Beach & the Natural Water ..
    On our cruise we did Palm Beach.. did the water tubing ride...
    All them have something special about them.

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    Super Moderator Jacki's Avatar
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    Eagle Beach is our favorite - tons of room, beautiful sand, nice calm water. We love to snorkel at Baby Beach, Arashi & Malmok. Staying at LaCabana we have access to the restroom right across the street.
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ

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    Senior Member danadog56's Avatar
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    Oct 2007
    everywhere and anywhere
    divi is where we stay so if we are just going to "hangout" we stay there but if we are going to snorkel we go up to boca catalina, or arashi. that being said...we love to go and hit all the beaches at least once during each stay, just pack our soft coolers with necessities ....grab the snorkel gear, money (for side adventures to a new bar or restaurant off the beaten path)and see if we missed any thing that we haven't seen over the past ...20 years !!!! interestingly enough we always seem to find something we haven't seen before !!!!

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    Palm Beach.

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    Senior Member act1966's Avatar
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    In the pool.
    We like Baby and Arashi - quiet (during the week)... we have been known to tip a few adult beverages at the Bucuti Sandbar though so Manchebo ain't no slouch either.

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    Senior Member WaltVB's Avatar
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    Scott's Brats, Iguana Joes, Surf Club
    All of them.

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    Senior Member AUA1989's Avatar
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    Palm Beach, Eagle Beach, any beach
    Any and all.

    We stay on Palm Beach. It was definitely quieter in years past. However, it was great when we took the kids as teenagers. So much for them to do right at their feet. We've never had a problem getting a tiki, and we're not early risers. We may not get front row, but the back of the beach is a little quieter.

    We would go to Baby Beach if we wanted quiet. But now, that's changing too.

    I'm giving a try at a less crowded beach this fall. We're headed to N.C. in fall and we've been told it will be very quiet. We'll see.......

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    Eagle Beach, Baby Beach, Arashi Beach Tierra Del Sol golf course
    Quote Originally Posted by AndyM View Post
    Our TS is across the street from Eagle Beach. It's a clean, beautiful and uncrowded beach. I see no reason to go out of my way for another beach. Seriously, what could any other beach offer that's worth packing everyone into the car, driving, parking and unpacking to go to another beach?
    We do it because we like to snorkel off the beaches and we cant do that on Palm or Eagle because there is nothing to see. Besides, we like touring around the island from time to time and having a destination makes it more fun. There is good snorkeling off Arashi, Malmok, Baby Beach and Mango Halto.

    P.S. If you have kids you should take them to Baby Beach at least once. They will love it.

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    It's a close tie between Eagle and Baby Beach. Eagle because there is sooooo much room!! Baby Beach because of its relaxed vibe and feel, depending on the time that you go( weekday vs weekend) the number of people at the beach tends to vary. What I like the most about the beaches on Aruba is that it does not take forever to get to them and you don't encounter any traffic on the way there.

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