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LGBTQ

Plan your next holiday on Aruba with peace of mind; we welcome LGBTQ travellers to our Island with open arms and hearts.

Aruba's vibrant local LGBTQ community is an integral part of our society and diversity is celebrated here. Aruba's resorts, restaurants and nightclubs are all LGBTQ-friendly.

Apart from our general LGBTQ-friendly environment, we also have some gay clubs in Aruba. Meet new friends or bring your own.

LGBTQ

Discover More About Nightlife in Aruba

Friends enjoying a cold beer at Flor de Oriente

Bars and Lounges in Aruba

After a long day at the beach, you'll be fully rested and can enjoy a fun evening out in Aruba.

Roulette wheel in Stellaris Casino in Aruba

Casinos in Aruba

Explore the sparkling nightlife and try your luck at twelve casinos in Aruba, often called the 'Las Vegas of the Caribbean'.

Restaurant customers dancing on their feet and having a great time at the Moomba Beach Bar and Restaurant in Aruba

Dance Clubs in Aruba

Dance the night away at one of our electrifying nightclubs.

Stage view of Aruba Summer Music Festival 2015

Festivals in Aruba

Plan your holiday around one of our exciting music festivals.

People having a great time upon the Kukoo Kunuku party bus.

Arubas' Party Bus

Hop on one of our colourful, lively, open-air party buses for the ultimate island road trip!

Nightlife in Aruba

When the warm Aruban sun sets, the cool evening breezes carry the sounds of laughter, dancing and Caribbean rhythms.


Apart from our general LGBTQ-friendly environment, we also have some gay clubs in Aruba. Meet new friends or bring your own.

Gay bars in Aruba such as the 7 Club Lounge Bar host fun activities including drag shows, bingo nights and karaoke nights!

Gay nightlife is still quite small in Aruba, but the scene is growing and the community is friendly and welcoming.