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Thread: How are the crowds in July

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    How are the crowds in July

    Going the end of July and was wondering generally how are the crowds then? I've usually gone in the off season during Oct/Nov or when it's crazy during spring break. July 21-28. I'm 25 and going with ppl mostly age group of 22-25. Hope it's not packed but also not dead and just full of little kids and people over 40 (no offense) Just hopefully there's a good amount of ppl our age. I went to St. Thomas last year (which is not worth it IMO, it's beautiful but just a giant cruise port) and there were not many people my age.
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    We always take our annual trip to Aruba during the month of July. We have found the Radisson not very busy. Yes there are children but not like I have read during holiday weeks. We never have a problem getting a palapa every day. Hope you enjoy your stay.
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    >>> " but just a giant cruise port) "
    ----- During the summer months the cruises are next to none.
    >>> " there were not many people my age. "
    ----- During July might be more kids and older people. This depends where staying. Post again with where you are staying.
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    I will be there all of july and its just more families but Aruba is awsome in July!!!
    Snorkel Mangel Halto, day or night with a waterscooter. Check out our website. E-mail Alex at arubabob@live.com or call Alex local: 745-7459 Or visit: www.arubabobsnorkeling.com 53rd trip Dec 5, 2018.
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    No worries with July... easy to get reservations at restaurants.. lots of space on the beaches and just a nice laid back time!
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    We go every year at the end of July and love it! Not too crowded, and no need to plan a week's worth of reservations in advance.


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    Rhoknuckles, you may wanna hang out at senior frogs but don't go til after 9pm......families & young kids there before that eating dinner.......it also depends on where your staying & how far away from the hotel you wanna be....my daugther (24) likes going there cuz we're at the Phoenix so its close by....


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