Aruba Travel GuideAbout Aruba
Like other Caribbean destinations, the island nation of Aruba is ringed by white sand beaches and aquamarine water. However, the tiny Dutch protectorate has much to differentiate itself from other tropical islands.When to Visit Aruba
Year-round warm weather with constant cooling trade winds and a location below the hurricane belt make every season a good time to visit Aruba. The most popular time to go is from December to mid-April, when people from the north come to escape cold winters.
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