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Aruba: Beat the Heat & Skip the Storm

There’s nothing worse than a rainy vacation.

You’ve spent months dreaming about your all-inclusive, seaside getaway. You’ve taken off work, packed your bags, paid for your overpriced airport snacks and finally shimmied into your swimsuit to relax by the ocean-front infinity pool- when it starts to rain. Yep, I’ve been there. I’ve also been there when that little rain turns into a tropical storm that lingers over the entire trip. But, what can you do? 

Visit Aruba! 

Aruba is known for it’s perfect weather. January to December Aruba maintains temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Just warm enough to swim in the crystal clear ocean water, without being so hot your swimming in a sea of sweat. 

What about rain? Well, out of over 700 Caribbean islands, Aruba consistently ranks in the lowest average of yearly rainfall. Natives joke that it only really rains five days a year in Aruba. Any other precipitation is just a 15 minute sprinkling to make the Earth sparkle. 

Really, so there’s no big storms? Nope! As a member of the ABC Islands, Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao lie outside of the Caribbean hurricane belt. So you can pack your bags, grab your sunscreen and leave your trusty umbrella at home!

What are you waiting for? Tap here to let us know, “I’m Interested“, and we’ll start planning your next, best Aruba vacation.

 

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