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Outstanding beaches, a pretty capital and year-round sunshine make Aruba a world-class holiday destination. If you’re looking for a little winter sun, or if just want to experience life on this unique island, book your flights to Aruba today.
With temperatures ranging between 30˚C and 33˚C throughout the year, there’s not really a bad time to book flights to Aruba.
Flights to Aruba are generally more expensive between December and March. In the winter months, visitors flock to the island to escape colder climes, pushing prices up and making beaches busy.
Between April and August, flights to Aruba are generally a little cheaper and attractions less crowded. If you’re travelling on a budget, this is probably the best time to fly.
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The main airport on Aruba is Queen Beatrix International. Located just outside of Oranjestad, the island’s capital, the airport offers a good choice of direct services to North and South America, Europe and other destinations in the Caribbean.
You can continue your journey from the airport by bus, taxi or private transfer.
Aruba’s bus network is cheap and relatively efficient. Buses connect Oranjestad with many of the most popular resorts and attractions on the island.
Taxis are also widely available in Aruba and electric streetcars operate in the island’s capital.
Aruba’s fantastic beaches are the main attraction for most people visiting the island. See the best stretches of sand Aruba has to offer by heading to the northwest of the island. Druif Beach,Eagle Beach, Palm BeachandMalmok Beach all offer clean white sand, clear waters and sweeping views of the Caribbean.
British passport holders don’t need a visa for Aruba if they plan to stay for less than three months.
Aruba is five hours behind the UK.