Are you looking for more information seeing a sunset in Aruba? We’ll here are a few things you should know about a sunset in Aruba. And the places you should consider going to watch the beautiful sun in Aruba disappear into the horizon.
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Enjoy a Sunset in Aruba
Late in the evening just as soon as day turn to night. The Caribbean sun starts to descend. Depending on the color of the sky and how much clouds you get a different type of sunset.
One thing I know for sure is every sunset in Aruba is different.
Beautiful Sunset in Aruba At Bushiri Beach
Located right next to an abandoned building which used to be the Bushiri Hotel lies a whole strip of beach sand. Here you can clearly see the sun in an unique angle.
The beach here is very nice and quiet.
Not a lot of people go here. So it’s a perfect place to see the day come to an end.
Standing at Malmok Beach
Head over to the north side of the island. There you will find Malmok Beach. It’s where everyone goes to snorkel.
The palapas there make for a stunning scenery. If you have a camera you can make some awesome compositions.
Take a look of this picture I took standing in front of a couple of days ago.
If you want to learn how to take good sunsets pictures in Aruba click here.
Crowded At Moomba Beach
If you’re into beach bars you should go to Moomba Beach area. This is located at the beach right next to Marriott Hotel.
It’s a beautiful place to watch a sunset in Aruba and drink a few cold ones.
Walk down along the soft sand to the waters edge, listen to the waves, take off your flip-flops and sink your toes deeper into the sand.
Aruba sunsets are truly one of a kind and a must see if you’re on the island.
Your vacation on Aruba wouldn’t be complete without seeing one for yourself.
Where are you planning to see a sunset in Aruba?
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