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    Aruba in June?

    I need to know what it is like the month of June. We have been to Aruba many times but not in this month. Are there a lot of kids? What is the weather like? Info would be appreciated, thanks!

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    typically June is glorious!!
    breezy.
    first week or 2 of june is sort of quiet..then the summer crowds begin by mid june!
    (kids)

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    June weather
    Average high temperature 90 F.
    Average low temperature 80 F.
    Average temperature 83 F.
    Average water temperature 81 F.
    Average wind speed 20 mph
    Average maximum wind speed 37 mph
    Average rainfall .70 inches (20.3 inches annual)

    Windy and hot!

    Some kids early June, lots of kids the rest of the summer.
    The Bucuti Resort is now "adult only".

    Tons of honeymooners ...all those June brides

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    Our favorite place on the island, is the great beach at the Boca Grandi. The water is the best, and its very quiet.
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    We were in Aruba last June for our son's Wedding at the Amsterdam. The weather was perfect, and the wedding was wonderful.
    Have a great time in Paradise.

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    We were there last June 12-17 and it was perfect, hot and breezy. Not many kids at the Riu where we stayed.

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    We love the 1st full week of June (not containing Memorial Day) for both the weather and lack of crowds. One year we went in June the white asparagus flown in from Holland was still available at local restaurants.

    Pre-Chavez fishing ban the variety of fish was great in June too (haven't been to Aruba in June since the fishing limits) but I am not sure about now.
    Aruba where the toughest question each day is "where to dine tonight".



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    We were actually there the last week of June, and there were no kids running around. I'm not sure, but the High Rise hotels might have more families with kids at that time of June.
    Good Luck and have a great time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cple View Post

    We were actually there the last week of June, and there were no kids running around. I'm not sure, but the High Rise hotels might have more families with kids at that time of June.
    Good Luck and have a great time.
    The Tamarijn in '08 & '09 the last two weeks of June was sold out and teaming with kids.

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    we were at the Radisson june 2010,1st week, was beautiful everyday

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    June is a great Month. Most cruise ships stop calling and school children don't start coming till last full week of June. Some college age kids will be there the whole month. Weather always great. Since very very few cruise ships and few children will have no problem with signing up for tours and activities. Downtown shopping will be great again because of no cruise ships most days. We own a timeshare and beach is usually empty in the morning so no trouble getting a beach front hut.
    Always down for 2 weeks.
    Last edited by TomFrederick; 01-07-2011 at 01:23 PM.

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