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Couples can now book their dream 2021 destination weddings and honeymoons with confidence.
The Aruba Tourism Authority has announced the 'Happily Ever After Guarantee,' a postponable, destination booking policy for couples dreaming of booking a 2021 wedding or honeymoon, but are worried about COVID-19 affecting future travel.
Couples can now book their event of a lifetime with the participating hotel or resort venue of their choice with confidence, knowing their special occasion can be postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic issues, by providing a 30-day notice period. As part of Aruba's 'Happily Ever After Guarantee' program, weddings and honeymoons booked for 2021 can be postponed for up to a year from the original event date.
"With millions in lockdown in the UK alone, the travel and weddings industry has been massively impacted. We understand couples at home who dreamed of a destination wedding and honeymoon have been left wondering if booking their special event is even a viable option," said Ronella Tjin Asjoe-Croes, CEO of the Aruba Tourism Authority. "We curated our 'Happily Ever After Guarantee' to offer peace of mind during these times of uncertainty for couples to start planning the wedding or honeymoon experience of their dreams on our One Happy Island."
Starting today through the end of December 2020, couples can visit Aruba.com/HappilyEverAfter to view participating hotels and resorts, which includes:
Aruba is the ultimate Caribbean destination for romance. Located just outside of the hurricane belt, Aruba boasts year-round cooling trade winds and an average 82-degree temperature. The island is also one of the most welcoming LGBTQ+ friendly destinations in the Caribbean. All couples are welcome!
Couples can find resorts, private villas, and adults-only all-inclusive options, a range of scrumptious cuisine, adventurous outdoor activities and of course crystal-clear waters and white-sandy beaches.
Once travel restrictions are lifted, Aruba is also looking forward to welcoming all guests, including those with weddings and honeymoons planned in 2020.