With the least rainfall in the region, miles of paradisiacal beaches, and crystal clear, turquoise waters teeming with an array of colorful marine life, it's easy to see why Aruba is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean.
Along with world-class scuba diving and snorkeling, the island’s warm, breezy climate is perfect for water sports, including surfing, parasailing and jet skiing, whilst the cuisine is excellent, and there are a wealth of luxury hotels and resorts to choose from.
Located in the centre of Eagle Beach, this luxurious resort comprises 55, beautiful, beach cabanas, a spa and fitness centre, four excellent restaurants and a beachside bar.
TUI operates the only direct flights from the UK to Aruba, which depart on Mondays from Manchester or Tuesdays from London Gatwick. However, Virgin Atlantic offers regular flights with a stop in Atlanta or New York, and KLM operates two flights a week from Amsterdam.
Unlike many neighbouring countries, Aruba is located outside the hurricane zone, and has a great year round climate.
January to March is the busiest period and prices are at the highest, whilst April to August are the quietest, and generally most affordable months.
We recommend a minimum of 5 days.
If you are a UK citizen you do not require a visa to enter Aruba and may remain there for up to 3 months.
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