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Aruba Things To Do
Aruba is best known for its beaches, but there is so much more to do than soak in the sun.
Arikok National Park
Encompasses 18% of the entire island, this arid park is full of secrets.
the Palm Beach hotels, a birder's paradise part of the year.
California Point Lighthouse
Sand dunes, birds and a great view--from the ground.
Casibari & Ayo Rocks
Huge boulders in fanciful shapes with views from the top of the rocks.
A scenic walk through an unusual part of Aruba.
Golf & Golf Courses
Three golf courses including one hosting an annual international Pro Am Tournament.
Highest point on Aruba, worth the climb.
Where the sea carves a walkable path over an air-filled cavern. No more.
See all of Aruba's dive sites. More wrecks than reefs, all of it easy. Few dive sites match the wreck of the Antilla.
Shopping & Dining
Shops open early and Aruba has some unusual dining, most of it quite good.
Jump from 10,000 feet from a perfectly good plane.
Best birding location on Aruba
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