Aruba has its own specific guidelines for passport and visa rules and regulations. If you require more information or your country of origin is not listed, please contact your local government or tourist office. Remember, this may be paradise, but your stay as a traveler can not exceed 90 days.
Upon arrival, all visitors must present the following:
Typically, visas are not necessary for Australian, British, Canadian, European Union, Japanese and U.S. nationals if visiting for a period shorter than three months. The Royal Netherlands Embassy lists all the requirements and stipulations for traveling to or staying in Aruba.
Travelers over the age of 2 must pay a departure tax of $36.75 (USD). Many times, this tax is incorporated within the price of airfare. It is good to check for "surprise" fees when making flight arrangements.
If you have any concerns about what documentation is needed to travel into Aruba, contact your local embassy, or the US State Department.
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