Caribbean Tourism

Aruba: How to get there

US and Canadian residents may submit any of the following: A valid passport; or an original birth certificate with a raised seal plus a photo ID; or a certificate of naturalization plus a photo ID for citizens born outside the US or Canada; or a re entry permit or an Alien Registration Card (Green Card) for non US citizens residing in the US.


Getting Aruba by Air - Airlines, Airports, Entry Requirements, Gateways/Flying Times, Taxi Fares from Airport

By Sea: Cruise Ships, Boats and Yatches


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Aruba - Introduction

Aruba - Introduction Flat, cactus-dotted landscapes and brilliant blue waters make Aruba a land of exciting visual contrast. Just off the coast of Venezuela, it...

Aruba - Money / business guide

Banks Aruba Bank. Banco di Caribe. Caribbean Mercantile Bank & Trust. RBTT Bank. Travelers in Aruba who carry ATM cards bearing the...

Aruba - Country profile & Map

Geography Situated in the southern Caribbean, 1230 north of the equator & 70 west longitude, Aruba is only 15 mls off the coast of...

What to see and do in Aruba

What to see and do in Aruba Dining Fish and seafood abound in countless preparations, countries tried-and- true, and updated versions of oldies created by experienced...

Aruba - Useful information

To call Aruba To call Aruba from North America, dial 011-297 + the six-digit local number. To call from Europe or most other countries,...

Beaches & Watersports in Aruba

Beaches & Watersports in Aruba BEACHES Fringing gentle glittering turquoise waters along the southwest coast are world-renowned carpets of warm, sugar-white sand dotted...

Before Travelling

Climate: Aruba is out of the hurricane belt and the climate is dry. The hottest months are August-October and the coolest are December-...