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Play all day on your hotel's 40-acre private island!
Aruba: Action-packed beach getaway
Recommended trip includes:
  • Accommodations at the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino
  • "The Screamer" jet boat thrill ride
  • Passport to Paradise snorkeling trip
  • Roundtrip flight to Aruba
  • Roundtrip transportation between airport and hotel
  • Suggested stay: 5–7 nights
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Where you're going: Aruba
Where you're going: Aruba
This sunny, friendly, Dutch-accented island is known for diving (over 40 major dive sites, including shipwrecks and coral formations), hiking and nature trails (more than 20 percent of the island is a national park), hot nightlife (no need to drive—just hop on the Kukoo Kunuku party bus), and of course, perfect beaches with soft, white sand and turquoise waters.
Where you're staying: The Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino
Where you're staying: The Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino
There's something for everyone here: Adults love the upscale Marina Hotel, while families prefer the casual Ocean Suites. The private island is home to two swimming/snorkeling lagoons, beaches with hammocks and shaded areas, a water-sports center, a restaurant and bar, and more. You can even rent a romantic private cabana! Find out more...
What you can do: Jet boat ride, snorkeling trip, more
What you can do: Jet boat ride, snorkeling trip, more
Ready for a thrill? Climb aboard "The Screamer" jet boat and get ready for a fun hour of 180-degree turns, power slides, wild fishtails, and sudden stops—guaranteed to leave you soaked! Take a short ferry ride to De Palm Island for snorkeling, wildlife viewing, lunch, and cool cocktails. And enjoy comfy, convenient transportation between the airport and your hotel.
Find out more about "The Screamer" jet boat ride.
Find out more about the Passport to Paradise snorkeling trip.
Find out more about roundtrip transportation between airport and hotel.
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Photos: Karl Weatherly/Corbis, Getty Images, Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino.