AUA | Announces Phased Reopening of Border
The Government of Aruba officially announced the gradual reopening of Aruba’s borders to once again welcome inbound travel to the island.
From June 15th, visitors from Bonaire and Curacao are welcome.
From July 1st, visitors from Europe, Canada and the Caribbean (with the exception of Dominican Republic and Haiti) are welcome.
From July 10th, visitors from the United States may once again visit our island.
Opening dates for Central and South America, Dominican Republic and Haiti are yet to be determined.
Key entry requirements for travelers prior to boarding:
- Mandatory Online ED card with Self-Health Declaration Form.
- Non-Nationals encouraged to test prior to travel and update result on ED card within 72 hours of travel OR testing upon arrival at a fee.
- Testing required for all passengers (Nationals & Non-Nationals) over the age of 12.
- Obligatory COVID Insurance during stay for Non-Nationals.
Additionally, Aruba Airport will be implementing important mitigation measures upon entry to help ensure a safe reopening of the border. These measures include:
- Symptom Screening by Medical Professionals.
- 100% PCR Testing, at a fee, with up to 24-hour quarantine for all passengers with no test result update on ED card prior to boarding.
- Positive cases will be attended to and isolated at designated property according to protocol and needs.
Aruba’s reopening will be monitored closely by the Government of Aruba and the Department of Public Health. Also, health and safety protocols will be revisited and reevaluated on an ongoing basis.
Read more here for the complete reopening protocol details.