Getting around in Aruba







Getting around Aruba is simple and easy. Hassle-free travel is helped by good roads and even better public transportation, which can help alleviate the pressure of Oranjestad's often-congested streets.

Many vacationers will take a cab.They are an affordable and a familiar choice for travelers who want to avoid the hassle of bus routes and foreign street signs. Government-regulated rates and easily recognizable cars (those with a 'TX' on the license plate) make traveling by taxi very convenient.

Buses are another option to Aruba visitors who are on a limited budget or who enjoy experiencing a bit more of the local culture. Traveling by bus is a great way to see different parts of the islands too.

Rental cars are a good option for people who value a sense of independence (go wherever and whenever you want (don’t worry about getting lost).

Bikes and scooters on the other hand, of course, are another alternative for adventurous travelers. The weather is perfect and the scenery is amazing. Riding is an excellent way to get outside in the beautiful surroundings.

The ferry service to De Palm Island is reliable and pleasant. The trip is short and the snorkeling on the island is well-worth the commute.



Vacationers have a lot of options on this beautiful Caribbean island and all of them are safe, speedy and reliable in ArubaAlmost any spot in Aruba is within reach of some transportation.Plan ahead and know what to expect.

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