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Traveler Health Requirements

Below follows an information and travel advisory update from the Aruba Tourism Authority regarding the measures Aruba has put in place, including travel restrictions in connection with the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Last Updated: May 25, 2020 15:30 PM AST
Valid Through: Today

To our beloved visitors:

On May 8th, the Government of Aruba announced a tentative re-opening of the borders for inbound travel.  As of now this is scheduled to be between June 15 and July 1, 2020.  The aforementioned re-opening target date is subject to change as we may consider additional precautionary measures as needed.

As you can imagine, this decision does not come without serious consideration as our highest priority is the health and well-being of our people and visitors. 

For travelers who already have a trip booked and are concerned restrictions may impact your travel dates, please contact your hotels and airlines directly for an update on their rescheduling policies. We will welcome guests back to our sunny shores as soon as it is safe to do so. 

While we know it does not quite compare to the real Aruba, we have created a special happiness video to give those at home a taste of our One Happy Island until we can be together again.

To our cherished visitors currently on-island, the Government of Aruba has shared the following updates. All the below measures will be in effect until further notice. 

  • All establishments will close by 10 pm daily, except for the pharmacy on call which remains open for 24 hours. 
    • The open pharmacy location switches daily amongst pharmacies across Aruba. Please check with your hotel to confirm which pharmacy is on duty on the day.
  • Casinos, bars, and nightclubs will not open yet. 
  • For more information on government protocols visit arubacovid19.org
  • For more information on ongoing schedule changes of carriers operating to and from Aruba's Airport in the future, please also visit airportaruba.com.
  • For visitors displaying symptoms of the coronavirus, please contact the frontdesk at your hotel, your host, call a private clinic or a general pacticioner.
  • Please continue to follow the advice of the World Health Organization.