Are you planning a wedding? Recently married or looking to escape for a romantic get away with your loved one? Do you ever find yourself dreaming of that perfect get a way? A vacation in which you are pretty much guaranteed to have fabulous weather and a where romance is in the air? Well if you have found yourself thinking of any of these scenarios, you might want to consider Aruba for you next tropical escape.
Aruba is “One Happy Island”! Aruba is a tiny Dutch Caribbean island off the coast of Venezuela. It is always summertime in Aruba, it has dry, sunny weather with pristine blond beaches where the surf is gentle. The average annual temperature is 82 F and average annual rainfall is less than 20 inches per year. The constant trade winds bring cool breezes which cause the Divi-Divi trees to slope southwesterly. Sounds like a piece of paradise. Aruba is a little piece of romantic paradise just waiting for you to escape to.
If you are looking for a tropical paradise offering everything from quiet romantic activities to exciting adventures, then you have found it with Aruba. There are loads of beaches that line the Aruba coastline, ranging from the surfer water adventures beaches, to the family friendly beaches, to the private romantic beaches that are hidden away from the crowds. Don’t worry if you don’t prefer to only soak in the sun on the beach because the attractions in Aruba go far beyond the sand. There are coves and natural pools on the windward coast. Plus, Aruba hosts a variety of different resort styles from the European, to the Boutique and or course the All-Inclusive. With having so many varieties, there is always something to please everyone’s style. With the selection of accommodation, also comes a wide range of restaurants including seafood and Asian cuisine just to name a couple. Aruba is a shopper’s paradise too with many places to shop, including outlets, collector’s shops and specialty boutiques.
Fun Fact: Aruba’s Divi-Divi trees, also known as watapanas, are famous because they are known to grow at 45-degree angles in certain parts of the island. This a result of the persistent trade winds in those areas.
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Divi Divi Tree photo credit Pinterest, www.aruba-travelguide.com
Aruba Aerial photo credit www.aruba.com