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Fringing turquoise Caribbean waters – Aruba’s stamp issue will allow you to do it!

Fringing turquoise Caribbean waters – Aruba’s stamp issue will allow you to do it!
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Aruban beaches are the highlights of this exotic country that make it one of the most popular tourist destinations.

Aruban new stamp issue will allow you to plunge in beautiful summer atmosphere and luxuriate in the warm sunshine. StampNews.com invites our readers to feel the taste of really fascinating vacation with this new set of stamps.

275 cents-Wariruri

This sand cove is found along Aruba's rocky north shore, attracting local surfers as well as fishermen who cast their lines from the bordering limestone cliffs. Wariruri is accessible by following the dirt road north towards the Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins. Mother Nature also carved a picturesque natural bridge just to the right of the beach.

300 cents-Boca Keto

Boca Keto is located near the dunes of Daimari. What makes this beach unique from the other beaches on the island, is the big rock laying in the middle of the beach. This also makes it look like there are two beaches.

325 cents-Boca Prins

Situated along the northeast coast in Aruba's National Park Arikok, this secluded beach forms the perfect example for Aruba's north shore iconic scenery. The white dunes in high contrast with the rocky shores make this idyllic spot very appealing to take a swim. However, the sign placed there strongly advises visitors not to enter the water because of the very strong and always present undertows.

350 cents-Dos Playa

Dos Playa (two beaches) is a pair of bordering coves carved out of the island's limestone. One cove is a go-to for island surfers, with a broad white-sand beach for sunbathing or relaxing under the shade of the sea-grape trees. Because the currents are very strong here, swimming is not recommended. Located within our Arikok National Park.

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