Can you go to Aruba without a visa?
Visa-required tourists need to apply for and have a visitor visa before coming to Aruba. The visa must be applied for in person at an embassy or consulate of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (diplomatic mission).
Do you need a visa to travel from us to Aruba?
Travel to Aruba from the U.S., Canada, South America, Europe, and the Caribbean is possible via most major carriers, either non-stop or with convenient connections. … American, Canadian, and EU citizens do not require visas, nor do most South Americans, e.g. Colombians and Venezuelans.
What documents do I need to fly to Aruba?
Upon arrival in Aruba, you must have:
- a U.S. passport valid for the duration of your stay;
- a completed Embarkation and Disembarkation Card (ED-Card);
- a return or onward ticket.
- proof of sufficient funds to cover your accommodations and food expenses during your stay.
How long can you stay in Aruba without a visa?
If just planning on visiting Aruba, U.S. citizens do not need a visa for stays of up to 30 days.
Do I need a visa to Aruba if I have a green card?
Green card holders do not need a Visa to enter Aruba, Curaao, Sint Maarten, and the Caribbean Netherlands (Islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius, and Saba). Passport, green card, and round-trip tickets to the US or onward tickets to another destination required.
COVID-19 in Aruba – COVID-19 Very High – Level 4: COVID-19 Very High – Travel Health Notices | Travelers’ Health | CDC.
Do you have to be vaccinated to go to Aruba?
All visitors can continue to enter Aruba normally with proof of a negative COVID-19 test, as described on our Traveler Health Requirements page. If your country is not listed above it is not possible yet to travel with proof of vaccination at this time, even if your country is not considered high-risk.