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Travel to Aruba

Travel Guidelines for U.S. and Canadian Residents

October 9, 2021

Aruba’s diligent reopening has happened in phases, monitored closely by the Government of Aruba and the Department of Public Health. They want to make traveling to Aruba as safe and easy as possible and we’re pleased to share the most updated reopening status: 

The United States of America: Open!

Through a partnership with Vault Health, all JetBlue passengers who want to test prior to travel to Aruba, now have the convenient option of an at-home, saliva-based Vault PCR Molecular COVID-19 test, in addition to the option of securing a Molecular COVID-19 test from another certified health provider or lab. Those JetBlue passengers not choosing to test prior to travel must take a PCR-based Molecular COVID-19 test upon arrival at the airport in Aruba. For more details, click here.

Canada: Open!

In addition to its entry and return protocols, Canada announced a domestic vaccine mandate for all train and air travelers and staff traveling within Canada, to go into effect by the end of November.


Refer to the safety protocols section for additional details.

Note: all protocols are subject to change at the discretion of the Aruban government, so please check back frequently for updates.

Click here to learn more.


August 22, 2021

Aruba has made several significant updates to its travel protocols in August, including the implementation of a curfew this week. Effective August 22, 2021, Aruba has temporarily put local measures in place. Refer to the safety protocols section for additional details.  If you are coming from the United States, even if you’re fully vaccinated, you will have to complete the 72-hour PCR testing requirement before traveling to Aruba.

Note: all protocols are subject to change at the discretion of the Aruban government, so please check back frequently for updates.

Click here to learn more.


July 14, 2021

In its ongoing efforts to make travel to One happy island as convenient and safe as possible, and as part of the Traveler Health Requirements, the Aruban government is happy to announce that, beginning July 14th, 2021, some U.S. residents who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 may be exempt from the COVID-19 testing requirement for entry to Aruba. Continue reading to learn who is eligible.

The Aruban government will still require that the proof of vaccination meet the requirements as part of the Aruba online Embarkation/Disembarkation (ED Card) process. While the program is being introduced for eligible travelers, other travelers who may not be eligible will still need to provide a negative COVID-19 test prior to entry to Aruba.

Note: all protocols are subject to change at the discretion of the Aruban government, so please check back frequently for updates.

Click here to learn more.