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Discover the possibilities of jeep rental in Aruba and explore our welcoming island at your leisure.
Our island is easy to navigate and our friendly community is always willing to help you find your way if you get lost.
Our famous divi-divi trees, also known as the watapana tree, grow in the direction of the coast along the hotel areas and can point you back to the hotel areas. Of course, technology can be your navigator, as most locales on Aruba can be found using Google Maps.
For a fun, liberating way to navigate the island, jump on a scooter or chopper and hit the open road!
Discover the freedom that car rental in Aruba can offer you and start exploring the island.
Arrange your Aruba airport transportation beforehand, so your arrival on our island will start worry-free.
From our lively capital to quiet seaside towns, pristine beaches to rugged desert, it’s easy to go anywhere in Aruba.
Kick back and relax by letting someone else take the wheel. Taxis are conveniently accessible to our visitors.
Hop on the bus, lean back and discover the island in an informal and inexpensive way.
Go off-road with your own rental 4x4 and explore parts of the island most tourists won’t get to see. If you are wondering where to rent a jeep in Aruba, check out the car rental companies on our website. All of them are trustworthy, they provide friendly service and they belong to the best jeep rental companies in Aruba. Among our recommendations is More4less Jeep and Car Rental. There is jeep rental at Aruba airport available, so you can start cruising right after your plane landed. But if you prefer a 4x4 rental company in Aruba that is located in Oranjestad, because they suit your budget better or offer cars of your preference, just hop in a taxi and they’ll drop you off at the doorstep. When renting a vehicle, keep in mind the following:
Age requirements vary from company to company. An international driving license or any valid license held for at least two full years is usually required. A deposit of US $500 or an open signed credit card is common. Towing services, windsurf roof racks, and car seats upon availability. Insurance is recommended. Insurance is not valid if the driver is intoxicated in a car accident. Driving: The road signs in Aruba differ from those in the U.S. Familiarize yourself with traffic rules and signs before driving. Roads are very slick after rain; drive cautiously. If you’re looking for a more unique experience, try ATV rental or UTV rental in Aruba. Traverse the rugged paths in our beloved Arikok National park and create a memory that will last a lifetime.