Aruba is a Caribbean island 15 miles north of the shore of Venezuela and is one of the four "nations" that together constitute the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It is 30 km (19.6 miles) long and 9 km (6 miles) across its greatest point giving it a territory of roughly 70 mi² (184 km²). This level island without any streams is famous for its white-sand shorelines and tropical atmosphere directed by consistent exchange twists from the Atlantic Ocean. The temperature is practically steady at about 27°C (81°F) and the yearly precipitation more often than not does not surpass 20 inches. Aruba lies outside the Caribbean sea hurricane belt. This excellent island offers numerous exercises and attractions for individuals everything being equal. Aruba is isolated into the upper east and southwest drifts. The southwest has white sand shorelines, turquoise oceans, and warm waters. The upper east coast, presented to the Atlantic, has a couple of white sand shorelines, desert flora, and rough coastlines. The time in Aruba is Atlantic Standard Time; it is equivalent to Eastern Daylight Savings time throughout the entire year.