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Thread: When Do You Go To Aruba and Why That Time of Year

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    Hello there... We go to Aruba on Christmas and a New Year...First of, it is just to get away from cold, snowy winter in New York, and the most important: this time on Aruba is the BEST...nice, not too hot(compare to summer time), and the holiday spirit on the Island, all these together- brings us to Aruba for a past 20 years.

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    Nice! I've heard a lot of people say Xmas and New Year's are a lot of fun on the island. We'll probably try that time soon.

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    We used to go in August, sometime around my birthday (today) but two years ago we did first week of September. Most if not all of the US families are back to school along with the college folks. Nice for us. Only made two reservations this year. MJ's and Trikes. All others we are going to wing. I don't think we are going to have a problem.

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    happy birthday mazoo!!!!! enjoy

    Quote Originally Posted by MAZOO View Post
    We used to go in August, sometime around my birthday (today) but two years ago we did first week of September. Most if not all of the US families are back to school along with the college folks. Nice for us. Only made two reservations this year. MJ's and Trikes. All others we are going to wing. I don't think we are going to have a problem.

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    Been there once in Dec/Jan and agree that it is a nice alternative. Though the temperature was cooler, I noticed the breeze was more mild.

    New Years Eve provided the most spectacular fireworks demonstration (Ling and Sons) I have ever witnessed by a longshot. We anchored my brother-in-law's boat abot 300M from the beach and just enjoyed the show.

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    unfortunately lings no longer does the fireworks for new years

    Quote Originally Posted by __steve__ View Post
    Been there once in Dec/Jan and agree that it is a nice alternative. Though the temperature was cooler, I noticed the breeze was more mild.

    New Years Eve provided the most spectacular fireworks demonstration (Ling and Sons) I have ever witnessed by a longshot. We anchored my brother-in-law's boat abot 300M from the beach and just enjoyed the show.

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    Hello, We prefer to go the first weeks in Feb / Middle of March. This year we tried something different and went mid June. It was much more quieter in June, that in the winter months, but then again June is Aruba's slow season and Jan, Feb, and March are busy seasons. We Prefer to go in the winter because of the snow at home and sun on the beach in Aruba! This year we are going in November, so after that I can report back as to what time of year we liked most and why.

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