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Aruba consistently ranks as one of the safest islands in the Caribbean and has a “first-world” modern infrastructure that makes visitors comfortable and confident.
While achieving “Status Aparte” decades ago, today Aruba remains a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport is a modern, clean, award-winning facility that has implemented extensive COVID-19 travel protocols for entry to Aruba.
Aruba has a state-of-the-art hospital and well-equipped medical facilities and diagnostic centre. Drug stores and pharmacies are plentiful and spread all across the island as well.
From a currency standpoint, Aruba accepts all major credit cards and traveller's cheques, and the rate of exchange for the U.S. dollar is locked in and doesn’t fluctuate.
Aruba boasts one of the most advanced water distillation plants in the world, making Aruba’s tap water safe to drink and meeting the highest standards set by the WHO. There is modern public transportation in compliance with the Aruba Health & Happiness Code, and ample parking at many of Aruba’s popular sightseeing spots.
Many cell phone providers, like Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint, have international plans available in Aruba. WIFI is readily available at the Hotels and Resorts and you’ll find WIFI hotspots at many of Aruba’s beaches and attractions.
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