Enjoy your winter in the Caribbean:
Aruba prices

Have you ever wondered how much is one week in Aruba, or how much you should spend on your winter vacation in Aruba? The truth is that Aruba offers options for high, medium, and low budgets, plans for all types of travelers to enjoy, and tons of places to visit in all types of price ranges, and sometimes even for free! Regardless of your budget constraints, you are sure to have a great time on the island.

Remember to take into account that Aruba has both high and low seasons throughout the year, so prices vary between these periods. The high season in Aruba is from December to April, and the low season is from July to October. However, it doesn’t matter when you visit the One Happy Island, you will always relish in the fantastic weather year-round!

Now, we’ll discuss all the flight options available from the U.S and Canada, accommodations, and finally, places to visit in Aruba.

Flights to Aruba from the U.S and Canada

Here are all the flight options to Aruba from the U.S and Canada for planning your winter vacation to the island. Some of the cities in the U.S. from which you can travel to Aruba include Miami, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Dallas, Chicago, Hartford, Tampa, Pittsburgh, Washington, Houston, and Atlanta. But to be fair, you can leave from any city in the country and travel to Aruba.

The airlines that travel from the U.S. to the One Happy Island are American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Copa Airlines, JetBlue, Spirit Airlines, and United Airlines. Ticket prices range between $300 and $750. Remember that these prices are variable, so we recommend reviewing each option carefully and buying your ticket in advance.

If you want to travel from Canada, you can depart from Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Calgary, Vancouver, and Edmonton. And, some airlines that fly to Aruba include United Airlines, WestJet, and Air Canada. Prices usually vary between $450 and $1,500.

Accommodations in Aruba for the winter

Aruba offers several accommodation options for everyone including families, friend groups, and solo business travelers. Travelers can stay in comfortable apartments, great hotels, and epic resorts on the island. However, Oranjestad is one of the best areas in Aruba, so we recommend you stay there if you can! The best short-term and long-term accommodation properties on the island are Harbour House Aruba, Blue Residences, and Oceania Residences. You’ll find accommodations for 1, 2, or 3 or more people and the prices can vary between $105 and $375 per night. All of these options include luxury amenities that include a fitness center, business center, swimming pool, and more. Remember to book your accommodations in Oranjestad in advance to get the best deal possible.

In addition, a few of the properties mentioned above are available for sale but due to popularity, only a few units are still available, especially at Harbour House Aruba! So, if you find yourself falling in love with any of the accommodations, you can make an amazing investment by purchasing a luxury property in Aruba!

The best part is that you can take advantage of your investment throughout the year, even if you visit only seasonally! There are rental programs available for owners to make a profit any time of the year. In addition, due to the island’s infrastructure, services, and economic activities that make it a very competitive real estate investment destination.

Things to do in Aruba during the winter

Now that you know how to fly into Aruba and where to stay, here’s another important point: All the things to do in Aruba. Unfortunately, we can’t tell you every single thing to do in Aruba because that list would be huge! But know that Aruba offers many different fun activities for families, couples, toddlers, sports lovers, and more.

Enjoy exciting wind sports in Aruba

Aruba is located in a great location outside of the hurricane belt, and also has one of the best wind conditions in the Caribbean for sports and outdoor activities like sailing, kitesurfing, and windsurfing. In fact, one of the most important wind competitions in the world takes place right in Aruba: The Aruba Hi-Winds. This year, the event will be hosted from May 25-30. And, even if you don’t want to participate, you can always enjoy the competition as a spectator.

Some of the best places for practicing wind sports in Aruba are the Aruba Kitesurfing School, Armando’s kite shack, and Aruba Active Vacation. Aruba Active Vacation also offers a wide range of other activities such as SUP and mountain biking. Prices vary and can be requested directly.

Take informative tours on the island

If you want to do something solo, with friends, or with family, you can buy packages and tours all throughout the island. There are many activities to choose from in Aruba, from romantic walks and ATV expeditions to visits to zoos and farms, and more. 

Some of the best places of interest that you won’t miss are the Donkey Sanctuary of Bringamosa, Aruba Go Cherry ATV Tours, the Gold Mine Ranch, Phillip’s Animal Garden, Trikes Aruba, Skydive Aruba, and the Atlantis Submarine Expedition. To check out some of the prices of these fun activities, take a look at the “Get your guide” website.

As you can see, relaxation and fun are guaranteed in Aruba all year long. Start packing your bags and make a list of all of the activities that you would just love to do on your next visit to the One Happy Island. But remember, book your trip in advance or ask us about purchasing your own vacation home in Aruba. We will make sure to make this your most unforgettable winter ever!

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