Traveling to Aruba
Aruba's excellent location makes it an ideal destination for travelers worldwide. Aruba is only 15 miles north of Venezuela, which makes it a quick trip for many South Americans. It is also only a three-hour flight from Miami, Florida, which brings many visitors from the United States and Canada. Of course, many Europeans also visit Aruba every year to enjoy our hurricane-free skies and cool trade winds. Wondering what is essential to pack for your Aruba vacation? Check out our recommended packing list! Want to come prepared with an Aruba map on hand so that you can explore the island as much as possible during your stay? We suggest obtaining the following Aruba map.
Deals for traveling to Aruba and staying in Aruba can be found through online travel sites or by contacting any of the hotels or resorts listed on our Aruba map. Whether you want to rent a timeshare, look into a vacation rental or stay at a convenient hotel, there is lodging for all budgets and traveling styles.
Aruba all-inclusive vacation offers are particularly popular because an all-inclusive package includes meals, drinks and activities.
If you’re planning a family vacation and would like to inquire for babysitting services or elderly care during your stay, contact Sitters Aruba, an on-call babysitting service offering in-room babysitting, child, disability and elderly care at all high-rise and low-rise hotels and vacation home rentals.
After traveling to Aruba, it won't take long to reach your accommodations. The airport is located just minutes from most hotels and resorts, so arriving at your lodging is always simple whether your ground transportation is a rental car, taxi, bus, or hired driver. Often times hotels provide a shuttle or pick-up service as well.