Promising bright, sunny skies and cooling trade winds, Aruba is an ideal destination for sun-seekers across the globe. In fact, the island is thought to have the least rainfall in the Caribbean, at around 15 inches per year.
Temperatures remain mostly in the low 80s F. May through October are the warmest months, while December through March is a bit cooler.
Aruba, along with its neighboring islands of Bonaire and Curacao, lies well south of the hurricane belt.
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This adults-only hotel in beautiful Palm Beach offers an inviting atmosphere and endless activity options.
More than ninety nationalities and ethnic groups, including European, East Indian, Filipino and Chinese call this island home.
The wreck diving capital of the Caribbean, Aruba offers incredible opportunities for exploration for divers of all skill levels.
The island’s powdery white-sand beaches remain pleasantly cool due to their unique crushed coral and shell composition.
The winner indeed takes all in Aruba – there are no taxes on gambling wins.
The island is on the cutting edge of the green energy movement. Over the next decade, all of Aruba’s power is expected to come from renewable sources.
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