First Class Aruba Talks: February
The weather in February is on a slow incline towards summer, working up to warmer temperatures. You will certainly see an improvement on the climate of January, with hotter days and less rainfall. The average daily temperature now stands at 28°C. This also means potential highs of 30°C during the hottest part of the day, going down to 25°C when the temperature cools off in the morning and at night.
The Month of Love and Friendship
Here under you can find various ideas of events and activities related to this special day :
House of Mosaic is a unique affordable luxurious venue, where they can host your events. Their team creates every event with your expectations in mind. They have been designing special events since 1994, and are passionate about
what they do.
For the more adventurous couples, there’s no better way to spend V-day than by taking an exhilarating jump from 10,000 feet! Our island hosts one of the best skydiving experiences in the Caribbean, featuring Skydive Aruba Air Adventures, a fully-licensed and insured tandem skydiving operation.
End the perfect Valentine’s Day with a romantic sunset cruise around the island. Enjoy one (or more) of Aruba’s famous cocktails, such as Aruba Riba, while watching one of the most magical moments of the day and sailing across the crystal blue waters of Aruba.
Dinner on the beach
Celebrate your love with a romantic ‘toes-in-the-sand dinner’ at one of Aruba’s incredible beachside restaurants. Imagine a moonlight dinner and a sky filled with brightly shining stars reflecting on the water; these magical conditions will surely create the most romantic Valentine’s day of your life.
February 1st, 2019 Sunset Parade
February 2nd, 2019 Grand Tumba Contest
February 3th, 2019 Children & Youth Calypso & Roadmarch Contest
February 4th, 2019 Pre-final Caiso & Soca Monarch
February 9th, 2019 Grand Final Caiso and Soca Monarch
February 17th, 2019 Grand Children’s Parade Oranjestad
February 23rd, 2019 Jouvert Morning
February 23rd, 2019 Aruba’s Grand Lighting Parade
February 24th, 2019 Grand Children’s Parade San Nicolas –
February 24th, 2019 Burning of Momito
February 28th, 2019 Lighting Parade San Nicolas
For more info, go to https://www.visitaruba.com/
First Class Experience Arrival Service
This is one of the busiest season of our island & at the Aruba airport we highly recommend you our services for your travel & your family & friends.
First Class Experience offers First Class VIP Airport Hosting to anyone traveling to the beautiful island of Aruba. Start your vacation off right with no hassle and no lines!
You will be assigned your personal Host who will guide you all through the airport. Sit down and relax in the beautiful VIP Lounge while we get your luggage for you. Welcome to Aruba!
First Class Experience Departure Service
Did you enjoy your stay here in Aruba? Not necessarily looking forward to going back? We understand. Leaving One Happy Island is never easy. But we can make the transition a little smoother for you.Welcome to Aruba!
Allow us to fast-track you through Queen Beatrix International Airport Aruba. Let your personal Host guide you to get to your flight in no time. Relax in the VIP Lounge while you wait for your boarding time. Enjoy complementary snacks and beverages. But most of all, reminisce about the wonderful time you had on the island of Aruba.
New York Times Travel Show 2019
First Class Experience Aruba was present this year again at the New York Times Travel Show. Thanks to AHATA & ATA we got this great opportunity, to promote our services personally in these important market.
New York Times Travel Show is an ultimate travel and tourism industries worldwide. The event is a must-attend for anyone who loves traveling and exploring the beauty of nature.
In 2019 the New York Times Travel Show took place on 25-27 January at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center New York. Over 500 exhibitors representing 150 countries separated into 14 Pavillions was on hand with their information to speak about booking your next dream vacation. The 2018 edition reached a record 30,099 participants – the highest Attendance in our show history. Attendance included 9,253 travel trade and 20,846 consumer attendees during the thre-day event. Participating exhibitors also hit a new record with 560 companies representing over 170 countries. Over 1,300 accredited media journalists from around the world visits the show. Dedicated trade conference draws in over 10,000 high-value travel proffessionals.
February Events and Festivities
Tumba is an Aruban genre of music unique to the Dutch Caribbean with roots in both Africa and Europe. The songs created for this Carnival competition must be sung in Aruba’s native language, Papiamento. The lyrics written for each song must be related to carnival, and often include humor and satire related to current events on the island.
As one of the oldest immigrants of our island we have their culture in our roots.Here on the island it is always celebrated the sunday before.
Happy & Blessed Chinese New Year!