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Aruba offers its visitors luxurious, quality hotels and resorts.

How to get to Aruba? Travel information

Getting to Aruba from almost anywhere in the world is a simple, stress-free experience. Just like being here.

Easy to reach

Every day, we welcome happy visitors through the Port of Aruba, or our state-of-the-art international airport. There you’ll find daily flights from locations all over the world, as well as convenient flights from most major US cities, the UK and Europe. 

For UK travellers there is new twice weekly flight year-round with British Airways from London Gatwick. The first flight launched on the 26 March 2023.

There are daily flights with KLM via Amsterdam. KLM operates from 16 regional airports in the UK, so Aruba may be closer to home than you think! 

Additionally, you can fly via the US with American Airlines and other US carriers. Why not combine a city break in New York followed by beach time in Aruba.

Click here for a full list of UK tour operators offering holidays to Aruba 

EU, American, Canadian, Caribbean and most South American citizens don’t require visas to enter Aruba. And as an added convenience, you can even fill in your embarkation-disembarkation card online before you leave. Consider it your quick path to happiness.

Popular Sporting Event

Candidates participating at the Challenge Aruba 2016 - biking through the competition

The Aruba Cycling Federation organises one of the biggest cycling events of the year, on our National Flag and Anthem Day.

When you travel to Aruba, we want you to stop worrying long before you even set foot on the island. It is for this reason that we have simplified visa procedures, use the US Dollar as an official currency, and have so many direct incoming and outgoing flights to and from major cities. Aruba travel should always be a breeze!

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What to Pack for Aruba

Are you wondering what to pack for Aruba? Allow us to give some packing list tips so you can fully enjoy your stay.

Wara Wara in Aruba

Flying into Aruba

With an impressive number of flights, including a direct flight with British Airways, Aruba is easier to reach than ever.

Aerial Shot of a Cruise ship in Aruba's Terminal.

Cruise Information

Indulge in luxury shopping, try local cuisine, relax on pristine beaches; your cruise holiday is at its best in Aruba.

Flag of Aruba gently waving in the wind.

Passports & Visas for Aruba

Please review Aruba’s visa and passport requirements to ensure a hassle-free experience upon arrival to our island.

These images showcase the process of the passenger arrival at the Aruba Airport and the testing facility

Get your Aruba ED-Card

Get ready for your trip to Aruba by completing your online ED-card.

Hassle-free vacation

Aerial view of Aruba beach tennis.


Aruba Beach Tennis


Arikok National Park

California Lighthouse was named after steamship
California, which wrecked nearby on September 23, 1981 in Aruba.


Go see the California Lighthouse on Aruba

We’re just getting started with the amazing effects Aruba has to offer. Dig into your trip details below to unlock a Caribbean experience that will leave you sunnier, happier, and (of course) a little more tanned.

Discover the Aruba Effect