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ClimateAruba’s temperatures are steady year-round with highs in the mid to upper 80s and average lows between 76 and 80 degrees F. Strong trade winds from January through March offer ideal conditions for windsurfing on the windward coast. You can expect warm sunny weather any time of the year. The sun is particularly strong in Aruba, so come prepared with ample sun protection.
Things to Do
Although your nights may be spent sleeping in one of the many Aruba vacation rentals that are for rent, there are plenty of things for families to do that will fill your days. If sightseeing is a part of your itinerary, there are numerous tours that will take you to the island's many attractions. Tours are a great way to learn while exploring and can be taken by bus, horse, ATV, or even by submarine. Whether you are lucky enough to get your hands on one of the Aruba beach villas or you're staying at one of the Aruba condo rentals located on the island, you are certain to enjoy spending time at one of the island's beaches, including Baby Beach which is ideal for families with children. Other fun things for travelers include visiting The Donkey Sanctuary Aruba and Arikok National Park.
EventsIn Aruba’s festive atmosphere, you can always find something to celebrate. Every Tuesday evening, visitors groove to live steel drum music, browse local arts and crafts, and indulge in delicious food and drink at the Bon Bini Festival at the Historical Museum. Annual festivals are scattered liberally throughout the year and kick off with the month-long Aruba Carnival Season from early January to early February. This festive celebration includes music, parades, and dancing in the streets. Other popular events include the Dera Gai Celebration in June, the Caribbean Sea Jazz Festival in September, and holiday Sinterklaas Arrival and Parade in November.
Aruba’s flavorful Caribbean cuisine takes inspiration from several cultures including African, East Indian, and Amerindian. Don’t miss the Keshi yena, a baked dish featuring spiced meat or seafood with a rich Gouda or Edam cheese. Cool island soup is another local specialty with a refreshing blend of island fruits. Lunch is the largest meal of the day here. Keep in mind that many locally owned restaurants close for lunch and dinner on Sunday and may close for dinner Monday as well.
The nightlife in Aruba doesn’t pick up until about midnight. Salsa dancing and rum drinks abound, and you won’t have any trouble finding a dance club or live music. Though open air bars and terrace dining are among the more popular options, the casinos pick up at night as well.
Get into the island spirit and let Aruba’s Caribbean charm draw you in. Check out Aruba vacation rentals to find the perfect home away from home for your next retreat.
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