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Resort Weeks Club Aruba So many reasons to visit Aruba in 2020
Resort Weeks Club Aruba suggest you may be thinking of visiting beautiful Aruba in 2020, here is a list of fun activities to suit all ages that are scheduled to happen in 2020. Aruba loves to celebrate life. They do this by paying tribute to not only their heritage, but they also help celebrate the culture of the many thousands of people who either call the Island their second home or are just visiting for a special occasion.
Here is a list of some of the things to look forward to in 2020. To make it easier for you we have broken them down on month by month basis.
Resort Weeks Club Aruba Calendar of Events
New Year’s Celebration in Aruba it not too late to come to Aruba to ring the new year. You turn,
Aruba Carnival Season – January 04 to February 25, 2020 – nearly six weeks of fun and colorful events await
Betico Day – January 25, 2020 – Official holiday in memory of one of Aruba’s great politicians
Super Bowl Sunday in Aruba – February 02, 2020 – A favorite for all American visitors
Valentine’s Day in Aruba – February 14, 2020 – Aruba is one of the most romantic getaways in the world
Saint Patrick’s Day Celebrations in Aruba – March 17, 2020 – The Island is greener than usual on St Patricks Day
Aruba’s National Flag and Anthem Day – March 18, 2020 – Join the celebrations like one of the locals.
Aruba’s International Half Marathon – March 22, 2020 – This is drawing more and more international runners every year.
Earth Hour – March 28, 2020 – Aruban’s always have celebrated mother Earth, none more so than on this day
Aruba Fashion Week – April 2020 – come and check out the annual lifestyle and fashion event.
Food Truck Festival of Aruba – April 2020 – Taste the wonders of Aruba and International cuisine at its finest
Easter in Aruba – April 12, 2020 – Easter is an extraordinary time on Aruba, join the celebrations.
Earth Day in Aruba – April 22, 2020 – The people of Aruba honor all that the Earth has given them in this day-long celebration.
Celebrate King’s Day Celebration on Aruba, the 27th of April marks King William-Alexander’s birthday, and as per usual, the celebrations last all day and into the early hours.
Aruba loves its festivals, so there is no way they will miss out on a Cinco de Mayo Celebration. Whether you are looking to celebrate your Mexican heritage or you are just a lover of all things Mexican, Aruba is the place to be.
Take the mothers in your life to Aruba to celebrate Mother’s Day. All the hotels and restaurants on the Island are waiting to make this a special day for all concerned.
The Aruba Soul Beach entertainment and music festival is held over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
Come and enjoy music by the beach in June at Summer Music Festivals kick-off.
Is there any colorful than Pride Month on Aruba, it runs throughout June.
Aruba is a foodies paradise, as exhibited during the COOLinary Food Festival at the beautiful Renaissance Marketplace.
Help the locals keep their Island paradise during the National Coastal Clean-Up.
Join the runners in KLMs Aruba Marathon on June 07
Can you think of any better place to celebrate Father’s Day than in Aruba on June 21? Like Mother’s day. The islanders hold a deep reverence for all things Family. The dad’s in your life will not complain
Aruba Hi-Winds Windsurfing and Kite surfing Tournament takes place next July.
Celebrate July 04 on Aruba – America’s Independence Day always draws the crowds 2020 will be no different.
Why not join Aruba’s Annual International Regatta, it takes place every August.
.Enjoy the Rose All Day on Renaissance Island – Are you ready for some sandy feet and salty hair?
After a long hard summer, the locals and visitors gather together to take part in Aruba’s Annual Beach and Reef Cleanup.
If you like to chill come to Aruba in September for the Casibari Jazz Festival
If food trucks don’t tickle your fancy you are better off waiting until October for Restaurant week, to try out the best of Aruba’s Cuisine has to offer
The 2nd annual Shoco Art-fest takes place in October.
Why not celebrate Halloween in Aruba – October 31, 2020
Aruba Open welcomes participants and spectators to its Beach Tennis Championships in November 2020
The Island Take Over Festival also takes place in November 2020
Resort Weeks Club explains last, but never least, Aruba is a sight to behold at Christmas
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