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Thread: What is your favorite beach, and why?

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    What is your favorite beach, and why?

    We love baby beach because of the drive there and the shallow water. We also loved the food truck the last time we were there.

    My favorite beach used to be the Fisherman Hut area before I had kids, now I think it would be boring for the kids though.
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    Eagle Beach i like the waves
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    Renaissance Private Island which i refer to during 2 weeks 2x a year as Andrea's beach and we like everything about it except, no waves
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    I would love to stay at the Renaissance just to do the island but with having a timeshare at the Surf Club I doubt we will do it.
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    Eagle Beach. Because it's right across the street.
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    Druif beach at the Divi/Tam. The water is so crystal clear with plenty of waves to play in. But, the best part is you have plenty of space to yourself. It's amazing just how up crowded it is.
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    Palm Beach for calm water and activities close by.

    Dos Playa, Boca Grandi or Bachelors Beach for quiet time.

    Arashi Beach for snorkeling.

    Eagle Beach is looking pretty good 32 days from now.

    Yet to visit...Andicuri Beach.

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    Eagle Beach at La Cabana without a doubt! Lots of room, enough palapas & chairs for everyone, not overly crowded, cute little beach bar, long expansive beach, crystal clear calm water, no rocks - beautiful soft sand.
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ
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    Beat me to it Jacki! I couldn't have said it any better. The wife and I love Eagle Beach at La Cabana for those very same reasons.
    9th trip to Aruba in [countdown=5/15/2015 7:30 AM;I'm finally there]Count down:[/countdown]
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    We love the beach at LaCabana. The beach bar, the people, taking long walks up and down. But we also like to get away from the 'crowds' and head to Arashi as well. And at least a couple of trips to Baby Beach as well. Have cooler will travel
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    Safe to say all the beaches in Aruba are great so you really can't go wrong.
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