Sugary white beaches, calm aquamarine waters and an endless supply of sunshine draw tourists to Aruba year-round. Made up mostly of desert and beach, the island experiences little humidity and rain, with temperatures averaging 82 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year. Gentle trade winds cool the island, making even the hottest months from May through October comfortable. The Caribbean's hurricane season lasts from June 1 through November 30, but Aruba is far south of the tropical storm belt and generally only experiences the fringe effects of storms. The greatest chances for rain are from October through January.