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Aruba Becomes The 16th Country To Remove Entry Requirements

As the Omicron wave recedes further in the Caribbean, another nation is moving ahead in relaxing travel rules for foreign visitors. The small island nation of Aruba, one of the most popular resort hotspots in the region, has officially become the 16th destination to remove all Covid entry requirements as of March 19, 2022. A …

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Aruba Eases Entry Requirements For Tourists

The Caribbean nation of Aruba recently updated its entry requirements for all travelers going into 2022. One major travel update to note is that a negative antigen test result is currently accepted for visitors to Aruba. In addition, fully vaccinated travelers with boosters can forego any testing requirements for travel. And as of February 3, …

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CDC Urges Americans To Avoid All Travel To Aruba

As the Omicron variant rapidly spreads across the Caribbean, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – CDC now urge Americans to avoid all unnecessary travel to Aruba. The island nation, which is one of the most popular destinations in the Dutch Caribbean, has been recently battling a prominent rise in cases and has taken …

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Aruba Tightens Entry Requirements For The U.S. And Canada Over Omicron Concerns

Starting Monday, December 27, 2021, residents from the U.S., Canada, and other high-risk countries traveling to Aruba will need to complete a Molecular COVID-19 test two days (48 hours) before departure and will no longer have the option to test upon arrival. Regardless of vaccination status, residents traveling from high-risk countries will no longer qualify for three-day (72-hour) PCR testing. Travelers …

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7 Reasons To Vacation in Aruba This Winter

Off the northern coast of Venezuela, the tiny Caribbean island of Aruba has gained an infamous reputation as “one happy island”. The beaming Caribbean sun and turquoise waters make this vacation destination a dream come true. If that’s not enough to convince you, check out these seven reasons that we’re choosing Aruba as the ultimate …

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Aruba COVID-19 Entry Requirements Travelers Need To Know

Aruba is well known for its pristine white sand beaches, turquoise ocean, colorful architecture and a vibrant art and social scene. Aruba’s tourism was decimated by the pandemic but has began its recovery by opening for international tourists.  Here are all the latest COVID-19 entry requirements for Aruba and everything travelers need to know before …

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UK Removes France, Malta, Netherlands, Aruba and more from ‘safe’ list

Travel rules in the UK are getting stricter by the day and Brits are seeing their quarantine-free options shrinking by the minute.  The government just announced that as of August 15th, 6 more countries will be removed from the travel corridor list, effectively reinstating the requirement to quarantine when coming from those nations. On July …

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Aruba Is Officially Reopen For Tourism

The Government of Aruba  announced the country has officially reopened its borders for international tourism on July 1, 2020. Tourists from the United States and Canada are welcome! Starting on June 15th: Bonaire and Curaçao will be able to travel to Aruba.  Then on July 1st: Aruba will open to the Caribbean (with the exception of Dominican Republic and Haiti), Europe, …

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Aruba Reopening To International Tourists Tentatively By July 1st

Updated: The Aruba Government has officially announced the reopening of its borders for tourism On May 8th, the Government of Aruba announced a tentative reopening of the borders for international travel between June 15 and July 1, 2020. A formal announcement will be made in the coming weeks with the official reopen date. Today, the Aruba Tourism Authority (A.T.A) …

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These Are The The Top 3 Destinations In Mexico For American Tourists This Summer

It seems Mexico’s friendly attitude to tourists throughout Covid will not be forgotten anytime soon. Even though other countries are open for travel again, it’s the freedom-loving Mayan heartland, where tourism has been allowed without interruptions throughout the whole pandemic, that continues to attract a record number of visitors. As a result, three Mexican cities …

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Over 45 Countries Are Welcoming Digital Nomads With Long Stay Visas

With more and more people around the world now working online, there are in fact over 45 countries that are welcoming digital nomads with long stay visas. Before we reveal the full list of the 46 nations that offer such visas, let’s first take a look at a few of the destinations that are proving …

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American Airlines Launches New Flights To Cozumel, Mexico And 2 Destinations In Jamaica

Summer is already in full swing at American Airlines. After resuming operations on this incredibly popular sunny destination across the pond, the U.S. carrier is now ramping up service to the Caribbean. More specifically, new flights are being added to Cozumel, one of the top rated beach areas in Mexico, and Montego Bay, Jamaica. Additionally, …

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