These are just a few of the most commonly asked questions about Aruba.
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What is the weather like in Aruba?
Aruba enjoys a warm and sunny climate year-round, with temperatures typically ranging from 75°F to 89°F (24°C to 32°C). The island experiences very little rainfall and is located outside the hurricane belt, making it a popular destination for travelers seeking reliable sunshine.
Do I need a visa to visit Aruba?
Visitors from most countries, including the United States, Canada, and the European Union, do not require a visa to enter Aruba for stays of up to 30 or 90 days, depending on their nationality. However, a valid passport and return or onward ticket may be required for entry.
What language is spoken in Aruba?
The official languages of Aruba are Dutch and Papiamento, a creole language influenced by Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, and African languages. English and Spanish are also widely spoken, especially in tourist areas.
What currency is used in Aruba?
The official currency of Aruba is the Aruban Florin (AWG), but US dollars are widely accepted and often preferred, especially in tourist areas. Major credit cards are also accepted at most hotels, restaurants, and shops.
Is Aruba safe for tourists?
Aruba is considered one of the safest destinations in the Caribbean, with low crime rates and a stable political climate. The local population is friendly and welcoming to tourists, and the island’s tourism industry prioritizes visitor safety and security.
What activities are available in Aruba?
Aruba offers a wide range of activities for visitors of all ages and interests. Popular activities include swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing, kiteboarding, sailing, hiking, ATV tours, horseback riding, shopping, dining, and exploring the island’s cultural and historical landmarks.
When is the best time to visit Aruba?
Aruba is a year-round destination, with consistently warm weather and minimal rainfall. The peak tourist season runs from December to April, during the dry season, when temperatures are slightly cooler and humidity is lower. May to November is considered the off-peak season, but visitors can still enjoy sunny weather and fewer crowds.
What should I pack for a trip to Aruba?
When packing for Aruba, it’s recommended to bring lightweight, breathable clothing, swimsuits, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, sandals or water shoes, insect repellent, and any necessary medications. Don’t forget your passport, travel documents, and travel insurance.
Is tap water safe to drink in Aruba?
While tap water in Aruba is generally safe to drink, many visitors prefer to drink bottled water, which is widely available for purchase. It’s also advisable to use bottled water for brushing teeth and preparing drinks or ice cubes in restaurants and hotels.
What is the voltage and electrical outlet type in Aruba?
The electrical voltage in Aruba is 120 volts AC, with standard North American-style electrical outlets (Type A and Type B). Travelers from other regions may need a voltage converter and plug adapter to use their electronic devices.

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