Aruba will open to tourists from Latin America early in December
Starting December 1st, the One Happy Island will open to tourists from Latin American countries. Aruba has announced several health and safety protocols meant to protect the well being of both locals and visitors. These measures can be viewed in full in the “Aruba Health and Happiness Code.”
This code, which is part of a strict certification program developed by the Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) and the Department of Public Health, establishes mandatory hygiene and cleaning protocols to be implemented by all businesses related to the tourism industry.
Who can enter Aruba?
Travelers from Central and South America are welcome to enter Aruba. The country is adhering to the Department of Public Health’s measures and the guides set by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Latin America is a key tourist market for Aruba. Miriam Dabia, Director for Latin America at ATA, expresses hope that the new campaign for LATAM encourages “travelers to explore the great variety of landscapes, plans, and beaches once more and to do it like it was their first time.”
Safety protocols to be followed
Mandatory use of face masks in airports, taxis, places of accommodation, public transport, crowded places such as shops, supermarkets, casinos, and museums.
Restricted areas between midnight and 5 am: beaches and public parking.
Restaurants will have no more than four seats per table (excludes children under 12).
Bars, malls, and nightclubs will be closed until further notice.
Don’t worry about anything in Aruba!
Relax and enjoy a stress-free stay at Azure Beach Residences.
You won’t have to worry about what to do in case you or your companions have a health complication during your visit to the island. With Urgent Care Aruba (UCA), you’ll be able to use every major international travel insurance plan for urgent attention for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries.
Visits to Aruba has increased
This island has become one of the most wanted destinations despite pandemic. According to a report by HometoGo, rentals increased by 665% on the island, compared to last year.
According to Caroline Burns, communication representative for the U.S. and U.K. at HomeToGo, the beautiful beaches of Aruba are among the uptick noticed in searches for “aspirational bucket list-worthy destinations.”
Aruba awaits you!
On December 1st, the One Happy Island will welcome tourists from all over Latin America.
At Azure Beach Residences, we’re excited to be part of reopening our island and providing a safe and clean environment for tourists from across Latin America. We’re looking forward to having you and your loved ones here at our luxurious real estate complex.
We’re ready to welcome you with open arms! How are you preparing for your next adventure?