Covid travel news for Aruba

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Updates for Aruba


Travelers from all countries are permitted to visit Aruba

All travelers must present proof of negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no longer than 72 hours before arrival. Also the regular visa requirements still apply. 

See all the entry requirements for Aruba.


Updated on October 25, 2020.

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Aruba is open again for US citizens

From six airports in the United States, passengers will be able to find nonstop service to the island. JetBlue, American, Delta, and United are all resuming services to Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA), the main international airport in Aruba.

Updated on July 20, 2020.

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Aruba reopens borders in phases

June 15 Aruba has opened its border with Curaçao and Bonaire and on July 1 it will with Europe, Canada and the Caribbean region (excluding the Dominican Republic and Haiti). The border with the United States will be open again from 10 July. 

But according to Aruban Public Health Minister Danqui Oduber, Aruba 'follows all the advice of RIVM'. The Dutch health institute had also recommended that everyone be required to test before boarding the flight to Aruba. "But the airlines said they would then cancel all flights to Aruba and fly to other Caribbean destinations."

That is why the Minister says it has been decided that the test is mandatory only on arrival. Tourists can be tested in their own country beforehand and then upload the negative result before departure. In addition, tourists must complete the immigration form and a health certificate 72 hours before departure. It is also mandatory to buy a Covid insurance. "This costs 15 dollars per person per day and covers all costs for quarantine and medical care in Aruba. Intensive care care," says Oduber.

We recommend to always check if there are any latest travel restrictions before you book an accommodation. Government measures are constantly changing, so we recommend that you regularly check for updates.

Updated on June 30, 2020.

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