Aruba is a tiny Dutch Caribbean island off the coast of Venezuela. It has sunny weather with blond beaches and gentle surf.
TRAVEL BY AIR
Reina Beatrix International Airport receives more than 150 flights per week from various cities present in the following countries:
- South America
- the Netherlands
- Other Caribbean islands
There are a number of ways to get to and from the airport. Airport transfers can be arranged for either individuals or groups. These airport transfers need to be made before arriving in Aruba. Upon arrival, the tour operator will be waiting for you. They will bring you to your villa and then show you around.
Travel by Car
A good network of roads in Aruba allows you to visit all the places you want to. A rental car is a great way to commute in Aruba and to come and go as you please. There are several car rental companies which are present at the airport. You can pick up your vehicle from there, or you can simply Click HERE for a hassle free quotation and guaranteed lowest price service.
Taxis and bus service is also available in Aruba. The taxis don’t have meters; rather the rates are fixed by government rules. The bus station is located in Oranjestad.
Travel by Cruise
The port of Oranjestad in Aruba has a modern Cruise facility. It has three terminals. There are information booths in the terminals to guide you. Within the terminal, there are several shops selling all sorts of things from perfume to cigars and alluring souvenirs.
From the terminal, you will find transportation to your destination in the form of Taxis or tour buses and some car rental companies.