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Aruba has a long-standing reputation for having the warmest, friendliest locals in the world. It’s one of the reasons why Aruba is consistently one of the most revisited destinations in the Caribbean.
Aruba is a tourism-based economy and the people of One happy island appreciate and welcome visitors like they are family. Happiness and hospitality is a part of their DNA!
The Aruban people are multicultural, and speak four languages fluently: English, Spanish, Dutch and the local language, Papiamento.
Many Arubans have deep friendships with people in the U.S., Canada, Europe, South America and beyond, and, in the travel suspension, have further committed themselves to making your stay in Aruba the most enjoyable and unforgettable vacation experience you will ever have.
In addition to training in the Aruba Health & Happiness Code, the island’s hospitality staffs have made service upgrades, completed additional certifications and more. It’s all sunshine and smiles in Aruba (even if it’s behind a mask!).
The Aruban people love their happy island, or “Dushi Tera.” And they especially love sharing their best tips and experiences for how to experience Aruba “like a local.”
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