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Arikok National Park


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Dive into a world of pure nature, pristine white sand dunes and a magnificent ocean at the secluded beach of Boca Prins.

Situated along the northeast coast in Aruba’s National Park Arikok, this secluded beach forms the perfect example for Aruba’s north shore iconic scenery.

The white dunes in high contrast with the rocky shores make this idyllic spot very appealing to take a swim. However, the sign placed there strongly advises visitors not to enter the water because of the very strong and always present undertows.

Wooden stairs give access to the beach area of this pristine bay, named after former plantation Prins alongside the rugged coastline of Aruba. You can refresh yourself at the nearby Boca Prins Restaurant, whilst taking in the beautiful environment and enjoying the cool trade winds our island is famous for.

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