With an average rainfall of less than 20 inches a year, an average daytime temperature of 82° F with low humidity, and a location away from the path of hurricanes, Aruba is one of the most temperate islands in the Caribbean. Besides the near-perfect weather and location check out these 5 spectacular reasons to visit Aruba.
Aruba looks beautiful!!! I would definitely vacation there
It was amazing. I rarely visit a country twice because there are too many places to visit, but I will return to Aruba for sure. I loved everything about it 🙂
This is the first time I’ve heard of SNUBA! That’s a cool way to combine snorkel and scuba. Also, you totally didin’t even need 5 reason to convince me to go to Aruba; each one is great on its own!
SNUBA was really cool, but to be completely honest, I chickened out while in the water. I felt like I couldn’t breathe and I ended up snorkeling instead. I’d like to try again soon though. There is a beautiful world under there that I’d love to explore.
Have you tried snorkeling or scuba before?
My husband and I tried snorkeling once, and we figured it was time to go all the way to SCUBA! We love it, and I *highly* recommend full-on diving over snorkeling. You can do it!
Love the new word: SNUBA.
Aruba sure looks like the perfect vacation destination.
It was beautiful beyond words! The beaches are what you envision when you think of perfection 🙂
What is your favorite beach destination?
OK, I’m convinced! Book my ticket. I’m ready to see it all.
You really should go; it’s truly amazing. What is your favorite vacation spot?
Visiting Aruba and diving some of their sites is definitely on my bucket list! Great article. Looks like you had a fabulous time!
Do you have your PADI cert.? My husband is going this weekend but I’m not there yet. Maybe it will find a spot on next year’s list. I’m still a little too nervous 🙂
I’m certified through SSI (Scuba Schools International). I have my OW, AOW and Diver Stress and Rescue certs with SSI. You should definitely go for it! Get your cert with your husband; it’ll change your life. My husband and I dive together, and now our kids (ages 15 and 13) dive with us too. Amazing family times!!
We just booked our annual work trip and all 28 of us are going to Aruba. We’ve been following along on your travels and liked your Aruba posts the most. Thanks for sharing.
We’ll keep you up to date on all of our fun there. Maybe someone will even submit an article!
I’d love a few suggestions so I’ll going to send you quick email now,
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I look forward to hearing from you and I’ll happily answer any questions that you have. Aruba was one of my favorite countries and I’m sure you’ll feel the same after your visit 🙂
Such beautiful scenery and so many different and fun things to do! Looks like a wonderful place to spend a vacation!!
I have never tried this sport! I miss sports so much now & hope that getting ready for next summer won’t be a problem as I get my body ready for it. Love competing & learning of new sports sometimes except for the ones that make me feel like I have no control as if I was skydiving or bungee-jumping. I love your posts & think they are quite good as I learn more about new places to travel to. Thanks for giving of yourself & hope to have a few more done on my blog. I have a couple more on mine about health & how fun it is to be rich in your body & in wealth sometimes.
I think playing beach tennis is or would be harder somewhat to control when I used to play volleyball a lot too a few years back. I am now getting ready to make my body return to sports & try new sports out that keep me on the ground more than in the air.
I would think that when we finally don’t need to have any gravity & are light footed somewhat, I would try something in the area of doing what you can do with an elastic cord that is so long & can just float around in air more.