The Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba has lifted all of its pandemic-related entry requirements for travelers, Caribbean Journal has learned.
That means travelers no longer have to present a negative test or proof of vaccination in order to enter the destination.
Travelers will, however, still have to complete Aruba’s Embarkation/Disembarkation card before arrival (you can find it here).
Aruba is also still requiring Aruba Visitors Insurance for all travelers.
Aruba is the latest destination to shelve testing requirements, following the lead of the neighboring Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao, which announced a similar move earlier this month.
Indeed, more and more destinations in the Caribbean have been easing their entry protocols; some are lifting their restrictions completely, while others are beginning to waive testing for vaccinated or boosted travelers.
The move is part of a push by Aruba to “continue its shift to greater levels of normalcy,” according to a statement from the Aruba Tourism Authority.
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