Climate and Average Weather in Aruba

Aruba is a constituent country of the Netherlands situated in the southwestern Caribbean Sea. In terms of geography, Aruba is relatively flat and is renowned for its white sand beaches and abundant marine life.

Aruba enjoys a tropical climate moderated by constant trade winds from the Atlantic Ocean. The temperature is almost constant around 27°C, although warmer months from April to September can reach a temperature as high as 33°C.

Although humidity is quite high in Aruba, luckily the breeze from the sea ensures that the weather remains pleasant on most days. Aruba also has an average approximate water temperature of 28°C, which is a plus for swimming, diving, kayaking, and other fun water-based activities in the island.

Unlike any other country, Aruba has more sunny days than any other island in the Caribbean, making it a popular holiday destination. With that being said, it is recommended for visitors to dress lightly and to stay hydrated at all times.

What is rainfall like in Aruba?
Since Aruba is a beach destination, people wonder and ask if rainfall ever happens on the island. There is relatively little rainfall in Aruba as precipitation makes the island moderately rainy from the months September to January, especially in Oranjestad, Aruba’s capital. Other than that, the country is blessed with clear skies all year-round.

Interested in more detailed Weather and Climate information for Aruba?
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1. Yearly average minimum and maximum temperatures
2. Monthly averages of precipitation throughout the year (rainfall, snow etc)
3. Monthly average hours of sunshine throughout the year

Additionally, some pages provide historical weather data such as humidity, wind speed, and water temperature.

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