Aruba's Happy Information Officers

Make the Happy Information Officers your first stop for information when roaming around Aruba.

The Happy Information Officers are a one-stop shop of information, staffed by friendly, professional and trained officers with extensive local knowledge. They can provide you with reliable information on attractions, activities and events, help you with any questions you may have or give you up-to-the-minute advice for your vacation in Aruba.

To ensure your access to them, the Happy Information Officers are mobile and can be found in numerous areas across the island, including the city center, the Cruise terminal and Palm beach area. You can recognize them by their sea green t-shirts featuring the happy information slogan.

In addition, we also offer an Aruba tourism kiosk located at Plaza Daniel Leo straight across the renaissance entrance, at the entrance of the main street. Here you will also find a Happy Information Officer ready to help.

Wherever you go, look out for the Happy Information Officers to help you get the most out of your stay in Aruba.

Please meet some of Aruba’s HIO:

Q Maduro

Hi! My name is Quirinuis Maduro. Raised in Aruba and currently a student at the University of Aruba. As most Arubans I speak 4 languages fluently: English, Spanish, Dutch and Papiamento. I am very well acquainted with our one happy island and well equipped to answer any question that you might have about our island.Keep an eye out as you might be greeted by me when you arrive by cruise or find me walking around the Oranjestad area. Please do visit our information booth located at the Plaza Daniel Leo.

Jordy Lugo

Hello! My name is Jordy Lugo. I'm currently studying law at the University of Aruba and also happy to be an Information Officer! My goal is to help people in any way possible, so If you need any information about Aruba or directions, I’m your guy. Being able to provide tourists with the right information and being rewarded with a smile is the best part of my job. So don't hesitate to ask!

Roselyn Malavez

Hello there! My name is Roselyn Malavez and I'm one of Aruba's Happy Information Officers. I'm currently studying Hospitality and Tourism Management at Colegio EPI. I was born and raised on this beautiful island I call home, so I'll make sure to provide you with all the information you need!

Dylan Farro

Hey! My name is Dylan Farro. As a Happy Information Officer, I enjoy meeting new people and finding different ways to help them have a great Aruban experience. Currently studying Finance, Accounting & Marketing at the University of Aruba. If your trip is coming to an end, please don’t hesitate to pass by our information booth, I will kindly help you start planning your next vacation back to our One Happy Island!

Sholaine Orman

Hello my name is Sholaine Orman, I'm currently a student at EPI. I'm also a Happy Information Officer and always ready to inform you and help you out so you can enjoy your stay in aruba. You may find me in the cruise area or in the information booth near Caya Betico Croes. Don't hesitate to ask me anything if you see me.

 

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