Aruba Has New Travel Regulations Caribbean Journal

Penni Schewe

Aruba has made many considerable updates to its vacation protocols in August, like the implementation of a curfew this week. 

The most significant adjust for the Dutch Caribbean island was the recent decision to re-put into practice pre-testing prerequisites even for absolutely vaccinated travelers from higher-chance nations around the world. 

That implies that even if you are coming from the United States, even if you’re entirely vaccinated, you nevertheless have to total the 72-hour PCR screening prerequisite before touring to Aruba. 

Aruba’s other travel regulations haven’t modified: that indicates all site visitors however have to comprehensive the online ED card (you can locate it here) and invest in Aruba Site visitors Insurance policy, among other demands.

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The Divi Aruba.

So what about the curfew? 

The curfew, which starts Aug. 25, will be in effect from 10 PM to 5 AM each individual night time, with all institutions needed to close by 9 PM at the newest — with the exception of establishments at lodge attributes. 

The island has also temporarily place in area an liquor ban in certain public areas in Aruba resort visitors can purchase alcoholic drinks on the seashore, as long as they keep on property, and can deliver their drinks to their palapa or seashore chair as extended as they order from the lodge bar. 

Alcoholic beverages can also be enjoyed at seaside bars or dining establishments, so lengthy as patrons stay on the grounds of the institutions. 

The Eagle Seashore-set Bucuti & Tara Seaside Resort.

No groups in excess of four persons are authorized to sort in general public spaces until from inside the very same family and domestic, together with on the beach front. 

Seating at restaurants is at a utmost of 4 folks for each desk (excluding youngsters under 12), with tables 1.5 meters apart. 

You can find all of Aruba’s vacation requirements listed here

— CJ

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