Flying to Aruba

Flying to Aruba

What's going on in Aruba?
Aruba is one of the most beautiful places in the world, and it’s only a short flight away from most US cities. If you want to take a tropical vacation with your family or friends, flying to Aruba and stay at Casiola Aruba for the best experience. The island has beautiful beaches, delicious food, and plenty of activities for both kids and adults. You will not be sorry!

Best ways to get to Aruba


The ideal way to visit Aruba is to book a cruise ship vacation with a long layover at One Happy Island. There are numerous departures from various ports in Florida and New York, as well as Canada and Hawaii, that will take you directly to your Casiola Aruba vacation rental. This is an excellent choice for those looking for a relaxing vacation without the hassles of transportation or time constraints. If you don’t have much time off work but still want to enjoy a tropical vacation, flying to Aruba might be your best bet!

The best way to fly to Aruba is through its only international airport, the Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA) located in Oranjestad. The airport has connections to major hubs across the world like Atlanta and Miami, as well as nonstop flights from many other cities.

How long is the flight from the US to Aruba?


Flying to Aruba from the US takes about 5 hours and 20 minutes. This assumes an average flight speed for a commercial airliner of 500 mph, which is equivalent to 805 km/h or 434 knots. It also adds an extra 30 minutes for take-off and landing. Your exact time may vary depending on wind speeds.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Aruba?


For the best deals on flights to Aruba, the month of January offers the cheapest airfare prices. The following months also tend to be affordable are February and March.

The high season for travel to Aruba is considered June through August, so you should expect higher-than-average ticket prices during this time period. However, if you can stand the heat and humidity, then these summer months are an ideal time for visiting Aruba because there’s less rain than in other seasons.

Booking at least one week before your departure day is crucial if you want to enjoy low-priced tickets. If there aren’t any available seats at that point in time, wait until later when there may be some inventory left over from canceled reservations due to weather cancelations or other factors outside of your control.

Do you need a visa for Aruba?


Most nationalities don’t require a visa to enter Aruba but make sure to check if yours is on the list of countries that do. If your country isn’t on there, then you won’t need one.

If you’re flying to Aruba with an American, Canadian or Caribbean passport (or European Union member country passport), then no extra documentation is needed apart from proof of identity and travel arrangements in hand. Just bring your passport and make sure it doesn’t expire within six months of your visit to the island nation.

Aruba also ask visitors filling out their Embarkation-Disembarkation Card online before arrival, this is simply a formality but helps keep queues clear at immigration upon arrival.

How many days in Aruba is enough?


Aruba is a great place to visit for a week or longer, but you can also get away with fewer days. Five seems to be the perfect amount of time on the island, it allows you to relax, explore and take in the culture without feeling rushed. If you have more vacation time than that, it’s worth renting a car and seeing some of One Happy Island on your own. Aruba is small enough that it’s easy to drive between its different parts.

Stay at a Casiola Aruba vacation rental

The best way to experience a tropical Aruba vacation rental is by staying in a Casiola Aruba. Having a private vacation home is convenient, and comfortable, and Casiola Aruba is located in the best spots on the island.

In addition to being conveniently located near everything you want to see and do while visiting Aruba, they are also luxurious. You’ll have access to every amenity of the rental like an outdoor pool, hot tubs, gourmet kitchens with top-of-the line appliances, and breathtaking views. The only thing missing from this picture? You!

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