Aruba Ends Curfew, Relaxes Local Measures
Aruba has slightly relaxed its local health measures, according to the island’s tourism authority.
Most notably, the island has officially ended the curfew it implemented in August.
All establishments can now stay open until midnight, while casinos can remain open until 1 AM, according to the ATA.
The alcohol ban is still in effect in certain places in Aruba.
The island’s entry protocols remain unchanged: that means travelers (even vaccinated travelers) must still show proof of a negative PCR test taken and received within three days to four hours before travel to Aruba (that applies to all visitors 12 and older).
All travelers additional need to buy Aruba Visitors Insurance.
You can find the full list of requirements here.