5 Helpful tips for Your Trip to Aruba


Pack your belongings since your journey to Aruba is approaching! You'll have a great day in the sun and get some much-needed rest.

We'd like to offer some valuable hints to you before arriving to ensure you have the most incredible time possible on your trip.

If this is your first vacation to Aruba, this crucial information will assist you in properly preparing for your future visit.

Helpful Tip #1: WiFi & Communicating Back Home 

We understand that you are far away from home and want to let your loved ones know you have arrived or update them about the fun you are having on your trip. WiFi can be found in most resorts and public areas, so you can still check your email, iMessages, and social media. And if you would like to call back to the U.S., you must dial 001, then your area code and phone number. That's it. So not a thing to worry about being able to communicate with everyone back home as you can stay in touch.

Water Safety is a Good Tip #2

You can drink the water in Aruba because it is safe. It fulfills the World Health Organization's rigorous requirements. It's made in a desalination facility that uses saltwater. You may fill your reusable water bottle with tap water and be on your way.

Tip #3: Family-Friendly Vacation Spot

Aruba is a great place to visit if you're looking for a family-friendly holiday. Everyone in the family will have a good time here.
There are numerous activities to choose from, in addition to spending time at the beach. On this vacation, you won't hear "I'm bored!"

Tip #4: Use Official Languages

Dutch and Papiamento are the official languages of Aruba. The majority of Arubans, on the other hand, are multilingual and can communicate in both English and Spanish. You should have no trouble conversing with other islanders.

Helpful Tip #5: Medical Emergencies 

If you require medical assistance and have a medical emergency, please contact the front desk of your hotel. Your resort's front desk will be able to assist you with your medical emergency by referring you to the fire department, summoning an ambulance, or setting up medical appointments with the appropriate doctors. In the event of an emergency, dial 911. You can contact the cops by phoning 100.

We hope you're looking forward to your forthcoming trip and can't wait to hear about it.

Enjoy your time on Aruba's beautiful island!

We sincerely hope you enjoy it as much as we do.


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