In southern Caribbean just 15 miles off the coast of Venezuela lies the island of Aruba. Though small in size, Aruba is an exotic paradise. On holidays all inclusive in Aruba you’ll find not only gorgeous beaches but also coral reefs, shipwrecks, natural rock formations and chic resorts. There’s plenty to do for each and everyone on Aruba holidays; there are water sports, scuba diving, adventure sports and glitzy casinos as well. The stunning landscape and year round sunshine are the key ingredients in making Aruba a favourite holiday spot of many youngsters, families as well as couples.
The pristine white soft sandy beaches are the main draw on cheap all inclusive holidays in Aruba. With all the essentials of a Caribbean holiday, i.e. white sands, palm lined shoreline and pleasant waters, Aruba has become a favourite of many over the years. The beaches on south and west coast are sheltered thus, making the waters safe and calm for kids to play in. The busiest beach strip on the island is the one from Palm Beach to Eagle Beach. An ideal day on a holiday in Aruba is spent soaking up some sun on the beach followed by cooling off with the leisurely swim in the inviting waters of the Caribbean.
Catering to a variety of tastes, the nightlife on Aruba holidays is quite varied. After a long relaxing day at the beach, you’re certainly in the mood for some evening fun; Aruba offers you an assortment of evening entertainment including bars, discos, dance clubs and Casinos etc. The island’s many casinos remain open 24 hours and the discos start around midnight to as long as you feel like dancing. Those not so much into partying can head for candle light dinners, romantic dinner cruises, shows and movies etc.
When to go:
Aruba enjoys a tropical climate yet, it’s not extreme. The island enjoys average temperatures of 25°C to 28°C all year round. January to March sees pleasant weather but that’s peak season and one can be assured there’ll be plenty of crowd. January being the time of the island’s Carnival is another reason for it being crowded. The best time for all inclusive Aruba holidays is from April to August when the crowd is much lesser and one can enjoy to the fullest. While visiting during April to August, one can attend the Aruba International Film Festival, Aruba wine, food and art festival and St. John’s day celebrations as well.
Map of Aruba, Caribbean
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