Aruba beaches are the cleanest, largest and most beautiful in the Caribbean region. With powdery white sand, warm weather and alluring waters, Aruba beaches attract tourists from all parts of the world.
Best beach in Aruba – Arashi Beach
Arashi is one of the most attractive beaches in Aruba. The soft white powder like sand with pebbles and stones and tranquil waters make it an excellent beach for enjoying the panoramic views and activities like snorkeling and swimming. There are many beach huts that offer ample shade. You can easily have access to this beach by car or taxi. Alternatively, you can catch a bus to Malmok and walk for 10 minutes from the last bus stop to reach the beach.
The beach contains white sand as far as your eyes can see. The calm waters offer a favorable condition for swimming. You can find hotels and resorts nearby Palm Beach, which offer you great refreshment. Kick off your shoes to sink your toes into the clean, powdery white sand or sit under a shade to enjoy the mesmerizing sea views.
Hadicurari has very shallow water, making it great for kite surfing and wind surfing. The white powder sand feels great under your toes. You can reach the beach by car, taxi or public bus.
Other beaches in the area are Eagle Beach and Manchebo Beach, both good for gentle surfing. Andicuri Beach is best for surfing and is not recommended for swimming due to strong currents. If you are looking for calm waters Druif Beach, Surfside Beach, Baby Beach and Rodgers Beach are excellent.
Aruba Butterfly Farm
In addition to fabulous beaches, Aruba is also home to a Butterfly farm that offers a memorable experience. You can immerse into the beauty of nature. Stepping into the tropical garden gives you a glimpse of butterflies from all over the world. You can observe some of the most unique and most colorful butterflies in this farm. You can observe the life cycle of this beautiful winged creatures. The farm offers plenty of photographic opportunities. It is a sure delight for tourists of all ages.
You can find some lounges and cabanas situated in the beaches. During Easter, several tourists like to set their tents along the coastline and enjoy camping out.