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After months of sheltering in place, we know it is important for visitors to reconnect with nature and refresh their mind, body and soul — Aruba offers this in abundance.
Aruba’s Arikok National Park makes up over 20% of the island, and recently, even more sanctioned park land was added. There are biking and hiking trails through towering cacti, miles of dramatic coastline to explore, and secluded coves and beaches. You can go off-the-beaten-path and rediscover your own path.
In keeping with our commitment to the Aruba Health & Happiness Code and sustainability, new protocols to safeguard visitors and locals will also extend to national parks and attractions.
Aruba’s white-sand beaches and clear waters are some of the most beautiful and pristine in the world. With a variety of expansive beaches all over the island, you can find your perfect spot while also practicing safe social distancing.
Eagle Beach was recently named the #3 beach in the world and is a two mile stretch of white sand with plenty of room to spread out. Baby Beach is an expansive lagoon cove with room to swim and snorkel with social distancing observed.
If there’s one good thing to have come from the travel suspension, it’s that the marine life in Aruba’s warm waters has absolutely flourished. Aruba’s water activities like snorkeling and SCUBA diving are going to be extra special!
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