Aruba Visa – How To Apply For An Aruban Visa

GENERIC VISA INFORMATIONOne of the great things about Aruba is that you don’t actually need a tourist Aruba visa to travel there if you’re coming from the United States – so long as you aren’t planning on being in the country for longer than 30 days. This is possible thanks to the fact that Aruba is one of the constituents of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Despite this, however, there are still a number of things that you’ll have to consider before you can consider yourself ready for your Aruba vacation. For starters, you’ll always want to check the validity of your passport. In order to travel to Aruba, you’ll need a passport that has been valid for at least 90 days after your departure date. Secondly, you’ll also want to make sure that your passport has enough blank pages necessary for the stamps that you’ll need both when you arrive and when you depart. Most places recommend that you keep two free pages in your passport free at all times for the purposes of international travel.

You’ll also want to make sure that your flight to Aruba doesn’t require a stop over in any additional countries that may require a transit visa. If you aren’t flying from the US to Aruba directly and are instead stopping somewhere else first, make sure that you understand and adhere to the visa requirements of that specific country to avoid any unnecessary delays in your trip.

If you’re getting ready to book your Aruba vacation but realize that your passport is no longer valid, you can use a large number of expedited passport services to help rectify the issue. Expedited services can help you submit and process your new passport application, can help you renew your existing passport and more. You can also get passport pages added to your existing valid passport in as little as 24 hours.

Aruba Embassy & Consulate Information

Embassy & ConsulateAddressPhone Number
Embassy of Aruba in Washington DC4200 Linnean Avenue NW
District of Colombia
United States
Consulate of Aruba in Washington DCPark Plaza Office Building Chase Bank Building 5177
Richmond Avenue, Suite 725
TX 77056
United States

Additional Aruba Information

CapitalOranjestad is the nation’s largest city, and capital.
CurrencyAruban florin (AWG)
LanguageDutch, Papiamento
Electricity120 V, 60 Hz, Socket A/B/C
Country Code+297
Time ZoneAST (UTC−4)



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