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Aruba Nights Island Guide
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    Secluded Beaches

    My wife and I will be renting a jeep for a few days and was wondering about private beaches.

    We plan on spending a day going to the Natural Pool and exploring the national park....

    Are you allowed to drive on the beaches? What exactly is the law?

    Are you allowed to stay on the beaches at night?

    I understand the water on a lot of the deserted coastline isn't really swimmable... we just want a pretty peaceful time on a beach.......

    Any advice/suggestions would be great!

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    I've seen people camp out on the beach in Savaneta. The locals are there late in the afternoon. During the morning and most of the day there is usually no one around. Then after dark the locals usually pack up and head home.

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    I'll check that out...

    So is it legal to stay on the beach overnight or does no one care?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjm1204 View Post
    Are you allowed to drive on the beaches? What exactly is the law?

    Are you allowed to stay on the beaches at night?
    No, you cannot drive on the beaches in Aruba.

    As far as camping out overnight on the beaches, as far as I know the only time you're allowed to do that is during the Easter holiday week (which is when many Aruban families camp out all week long on the beaches.)
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