September Facts

September marks the beginning of a new season, September comes from the Latin septem which means 7 as it was the 7th month in the roman calendar, September has several holidays: Labor Day, Native American Day, Grandparent’s Day, Constitution Day

AUGUST 2021 UPDATES

August 8th, 2021During the last week of July and first week of August, the number of Covid-19 positive cases in Aruba has increased. The Aruba government has announced changes in the travel requirements to Aruba as well as the reintroduction

Happy 4th of July 2021

Only good news! Yesterday 2 new cases of COVID-19, and 4 recoveries were reported. The number of active cases has decrease to 28. The use of the face mask is recommended in most hotels, restaurants and malls, however each management

Update: June 15th, 2021

The information published today by the Aruba’s Department of Health is that a total of 66.000 persons have been vaccinated which constitutes approximately 67% of Aruba’s adult population. This represents great news for Aruba’s residents and visitors as the number

KONINGSDAG 2021

Every year Aruba celebrates the birthday of King Willem Alexander on April 27. King’s Day is an official Aruban holiday as the Netherlands, Aruba and the other Dutch Caribbean islands celebrate it with great festivities. Due to Covid-19 safety measures,

Aruba’s Reopening

Dear guest, With great happiness we announces the re-opening of Aruba’s borders.  This process will be implemented in phases which will be closely monitored by the Government and the Public Health Department of Aruba as follows: June 15, 2020