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Planning a trip to Aruba? Then it's important to know about the banking options on the island.
Aruba is home to several reputable banks, offering a range of financial services to both locals and tourists alike. In this guide, we will explore the various banks on the island, their locations, services, and benefits - all to help you make informed decisions about your financial needs. Whether you're looking to exchange currency, withdraw cash, or open an account, the banks in Aruba are here to provide you with the assistance you need. So, sit back, relax, and get yourself prepared!
There are several local, as well as American and international banks in Aruba, making it easy for visitors to access banking services during their stay. Some of the most popular banks on the island include:
With branches located throughout the island, Aruba Bank offers a range of services - such as personal and business banking, credit and debit cards, and foreign currency exchange. Most branches are open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm on weekdays. Oh, and Aruba Bank also has more than 20 ATMs available from North to West!
Looking for a bank in Oranjestad? Banco di Caribe it is. The experts working here are more than happy to help you with personal and business banking, loans, and credit and debit cards. The branch is open from 8:00 to 4:00 pm from Monday to Friday. There’s also an ATM from Banco di Caribe in Paradere as well.
With more than 10 branches and over 20 ATMs throughout the island, you’ll probably come across RBC Royal Bank during your stay in Aruba. The branches of this Canadian bank are opened every weekday from 8:00 to 2:00 pm - and you can use the ATMs whenever you want to.
At most of the local, international and American banks in Aruba, the staff speaks English fluently - but you’ll make a great impression if you try to learn Papiamento as well. Plus it’s also a nice way to dive a bit deeper into the culture of the One Happy Island. Are you in?
On the One Happy Island, you can pay in USD as well as Aruban florins. That means that, when paying in cash, you can receive both currencies back. Speaking of cash… if you’re in need of change, you can withdraw it at one of the many local, internal or American banks. You can also use a separate ATM; they’re located all throughout the island! One last tip: keep in mind that many stores in Aruba accept credit cards, so perhaps you won’t be needing as much change as you might think.
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