Aruba has been closed to international visitors since early March, but the island will be welcoming visitors from the U.S. once again on July 10, 2020.
On June 10, the government of Aruba announced it will reopen its borders to visitors from different origins in phases. Starting June 15, visitors from Bonaire and Curacao can visit. On July 1, visitors from the rest of the Caribbean (excluding the Dominican Republic and Haiti), Canada and Europe will be allowed to visit. Then U.S. visitors will be welcome on July 10.
Visitors should expect a health screening upon arrival and will now be required to complete the online Embarkation/Disembarkation (ED) card process and be approved in order to enter Aruba. Other entry requirements include:
Aruba put a lot of effort into keeping travel advisors and travelers engaged during the shutdown with videos, recipes and games inspired by the island. And soon, travelers can experience Aruba for real, as one more major Caribbean destination opens up again.