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Green and blue street sign displaying where the Archaeological Museum, main street, Cosecha and the cruise terminal is.

Car Rental

Discover the freedom that car rental in Aruba can offer you and start exploring the island.

Our island is only 19.6 miles long and six miles across, yet there's lots to see. Hop in your rental car and find out what secret beaches, roads and vistas Aruba has to offer you.

Aruba is easy to navigate. But in case you find yourself lost, you can always find your way back to the hotel thanks to the famous divi-divi trees that grow in the direction of the coast along the hotel areas. Or ask our friendly community, they are always glad to help.

Car Rental


If you are wondering if you should rent a car in Aruba, the following information might help with decision making. The island is small but is packed with fun and happiness. Lots of sightseeing can be done by booking a tour or using public transport or a taxi to get around. But if you are looking for ultimate freedom, a car might be the best option for you.

Would you like a car during your entire stay? You can find a car rental at Aruba airport. Load your luggage in the trunk and experience freedom right from the start of your holiday. If you prefer another car model or maybe another company, it’s good to know that many car rental companies in Aruba offer airport pick up service. Among them is Sunset Car Rental, which qualifies as one of the best car rental companies in Aruba. But all companies that are listed on our website are trustworthy and provide great service.

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 sometimes slick after rain; drive cautiously.