Aruba

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Scuba DivingThere's diving and snorkeling on the reef that runs along Aruba's leeward coast. Visibility can often reach 100ft (30m) and there's plenty of marine life, but the diving is not as spectacular as that available off neighboring Bonaire and Curaçao. The WWII-era wrecks of a scuttled German freighter and a tanker, both off the coast of Malmok, are favored dive spots. Snorkeling spots include Boca Grandi, which has good elkhorn coral, Palm Beach and Baby Beach.

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Getting ThereMost visitors arrive on charter flights from the US and Canada, but if you're traveling independently, American Airlines and Aruba Airlines have flights between the island and New York and Miami. KLM has flights from Amsterdam,

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