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Aruba...One Happy Island
Transcript of Aruba...One Happy Island
approximately 15 miles off the coast of Venezuela. The island is 19.6 miles long and is only 6 miles across at its widest point.
During nearly every day of the year, you can find clear blue skies and bright sunshine.
Aruba has made many steps in becoming a more energy efficient place. The island uses environmentally friendly, non-fossil fuel sources for energy, such as wind. Several of Aruba's beaches are Blue Flag certified, meaning they have met international certification standards for water quality, safety services and facilities, environmental education and environmental management.
There are nine main beaches in Aruba.
Two of the most popular tourist beaches are Palm Beach and Baby Beach.
Palm Beach is a two-mile long strip, home to many high-rise hotels, restaurants, shops, and piers.
Baby Beach (pictured), located in the southeastern part of the island, has shallow waters and many great places for snorkeling. Green Aruba