Cheap flights to Aruba

Reasons To Visit Aruba

The idyllic island of Aruba is relatively small at only 30 km long, but there are many of exciting hidden gems to find around the island for the adventurous traveler and plenty of fascinating cultural sites for the discerning visitor. If you plan on enjoying an outdoor adventure during your trip be sure to visit the Arikok National Park or walk up the 561 steps of Haystack Mountain for incredible views of the island below. There are a few museums around the island well worth visiting like the Historical Museum or the Archaeological Museum which both explore the ancient history of Aruba. There are some truly stunning beaches located around the island surrounded by the crystal clear waters where you can relax and get away from it all, or you may want something more exciting with plenty of water sports available.

Where to stay: Ratings and booking information for the best hotels in Aruba from Oranjestad to beyond

Arriving In Aruba

The sole airport on the island of Aruba is Queen Beatrix International Airport situated just outside of the capital Oranjestad. Although you won’t be able to find any direct flights from the UAE to Aruba, the airport has plenty of connections around the world, so it is easy to make the journey with just one stopover.

When your flight has arrived in Aruba, you can find buses available to travel around if you would prefer not to pay for a private taxi. The airport itself offers a decent selection of amenities and facilities including a few restaurants and cafés as well as duty-free and retail shopping to enjoy. In addition to this, free Wi-Fi is available at the airport so you can get online easily.

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Aruba Travel Information

Many nationals including UAE nationals are entitled to enter Aruba without requiring a visa for up to 90 days. Temperatures on the island remain consistently hot over the course of the year, with average highs ranging from 30 to 33 degrees. There is a mild rainy season on the island which begins in October and continues through until January, while the driest period is from March until June. The currency used in Aruba is the Aruban florin, although you will find that some establishments will accept the US dollar. Be advised that the country is a significant eight hours behind the UAE.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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