Get a Glimpse of Paradise in Aruba
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Eagle Beach, famous for its low-rise resorts and large public beach, is rated one of the best beaches in the world.
Explore Aruba's colorful Archaeological Museum to view artifacts, shells and stone tools used 2,500 years ago.
A man enjoys the last few minutes of water skiing just before the sun sets in Aruba.
A Divi tree rests peacefully on Eagle Beach.
Seroe Colorado Natural Bridge
Take a hike to enjoy the natural beauty of the Sero Colorado Natural Bridge on Aruba's southeastern coast.
Locals dress up, dance and celebrate in one of several parades held during Aruba's Carnival -- January through March.
Alto Vista Chapel
Alto Vista Chapel, built by Spanish missionaries in 1750, was the first church established in the Caribbean.
Spend a romantic dinner in a private palapa at the Old Man and the Sea restaurant.
Visit Aruba's Palm Beach to bask in the sun and shop at a number of upscale malls and shopping centers in the area.
Explore the shops and tourist attractions along Aruba's busy harbor.