zones, you'll enjoy peace of mind on summertime visits.
Many of Aruba's tourist-centered activities programs are geared toward families with children, which is one reason why this island is so popular for vacationing families. You may often find that your Palm Beach timeshare vacation matches up with fun activities that you weren't even expecting to have. Kibaima Miniature Village and Park is a definite draw for children who can check out the miniaturized Aruban houses, buildings, and then see native plants and animals at the park. The island also has several parks, mini golf courses, and playgrounds for the kids.
After dark, the same strip of beach that provided a sunny haven by day becomes a cheerful and fun environment. The nightclubs rock out Latino beats, letting you put on your dancing shoes and dance the night away to the cool Caribbean breezes. Or, if you are feeling lucky, one of the casinos will always have games, slots, and occasional live shows and entertainment for you to see. Music Festivals often take place on the beach by day and night, so you can also plan your Palm Beach timeshare trip around one of those and see old and new favorite bands live in concert.
More than Just the Beach
Daytime activities on Palm Beach are not limited just to kids and families. There are many attractions that will lure in adults and child-free couples wanting to see more of the island than its beaches. The German WWII freighter Antilla was captured and sank just off the coast and now forms a very popular dive site. The trails surrounding Aruban beaches have many interesting sites including old churches, ruins, and lighthouses that you can view while checking out seascapes, sand dunes, and parks.
The high season for a Palm Beach timeshare in Aruba runs from Mid-December until Mid-April, covering both the winter getaway crowd fleeing snow and ice in the north through the flocks of Spring Break celebrants who come down from March until the end of Carnival Season at Easter. Peak season usually runs from January through March and during this time the island is abuzz with dancing, festivals, music, and parades. The low season runs from Mid-April through Mid-December. September is usually one of the slowest months for tourism, as the trade winds die down and the relative heat increases, but on the upside, the crowds on the beaches and near the main attractions also decrease.