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ARUBA Make an Aruba villa, condo, or vacation rental your home away from home in this Caribbean island paradise. Aruba, a 70-square-mile island located 15 miles off the coast of Venezuela in the southern Caribbean Sea, offer visitors lovely beaches, crystal blue waters and a wide variety of activities. Guests of Aruba villas and vacation rentals can go swimming, sailing, diving, snorkeling and parasailing. On land, visitors can explore the island with rental Jeeps, bicycles, scooters or Harleys, go hiking or mountain biking, or play golf. Oranjestad, the capital city, reflects the island’s Dutch heritage. Guests of Aruba vacation rentals will find a number of duty-free shops offering a variety of goods, including Dutch cheese and porcelain. The Archaeological Museum displays native artifacts, while the Numismatic Museum houses a collection of 30,000 historic coins from around the world. The wide white sand and calm water of Palm Beach is a popular draw for guests of Aruba vacation rentals. The beach fronts a strip of luxury hotels, and water sports equipment rentals are available. The gentle slope at nearby Eagle Beach makes for great swimming, and there are shaded picnic areas for visitors. Baby Beach faces a sheltered lagoon on the southeastern tip of the island, and the calm waters are ideal for swimming or snorkeling. Nearby Rodgers Beach has a slightly rough surf, and features showers and shaded areas. Hadicurari Beach, on the northwestern end of Aruba, offers great snorkeling for guests of Aruba vacation rentals Divers and snorkelers flock to De Palm Island, just five minutes offshore by ferry. The coral reef surrounding the island offers a variety of other diving and snorkeling opportunities for guests of Aruba vacation rentals. Try out the relatively new sport of snuba, a shallow water diving system that’s a cross between snorkeling and scuba diving. The Arikok National Park, which covers about 18 percent of the island, offers hiking