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Baby and Rodger's Beach signage.

Getting Around Aruba

From our lively capital to quiet seaside towns, pristine beaches to rugged desert, it’s easy to go anywhere in Aruba.

Aruban roads are safe and modern. So, you can rent a vehicle from Queen Beatrix International Airport and set off making our entire island your playground right away.

Or, if you’d rather, it’s easy to find a taxi, hop on public transportation, or organize a shuttle to and from hotels, resorts, and attractions. And at just 70 square miles, our happy island is the perfect size for all your happy adventures.

Parking fees in Aruba

Tourists paying for parking

The AruParking spaces are available again from Monday-Saturday from 7AM-9PM.

Getting Around Aruba

Different Ways To Get Around Aruba

Boat above water.

Boat Rental

Hop on a boat, discover marine life and enjoy our tropical paradise from the turquoise waters.

Jeep tour going to the California Lighthouse

Jeep Rental in Aruba

Discover the possibilities of jeep rental in Aruba and explore our welcoming island at your leisure.

Bike riders on Betico Croes Day

Motorcycle & Scooter Rental in Aruba

For a fun, liberating way to navigate the island, jump on a scooter or chopper and hit the open road!

Aerial view of Malmok neighborhood and beach

Driving in Aruba

Driving in Aruba is the ultimate way to explore the island on your own.

Aruba Airport

Aruba Airport Transportation

Arrange your Aruba airport transportation beforehand, so your arrival on our island will start worry-free.

Bus driving on the road.

Aruba Bus Schedule

Hop on the bus, lean back and discover the island in an informal and inexpensive way.

A mother, father, and their kid riding on their bikes on the linear park in Oranjestad, Aruba.

Bike Rental in Aruba

Peddle your cares away with an exhilarating bike ride adventure on Aruba.

Blue tram in Main Street Oranjestad.

Public Transportation on Aruba

Allow us to take the wheel! Our public transportation is safe, timely, reliable, and an affordable alternative.

Green and blue street sign displaying where the Archaeological Museum, main street, Cosecha and the cruise terminal is.

Car Rentals in Aruba

Discover the freedom that car rental in Aruba can offer you and start exploring the island.

The busy streets of L.G. Smith Boulevard, Oranjestad Aruba in front of Crystal Casino/Renaissance Mall

Aruba Taxis & Limos

Kick back and relax by letting someone else take the wheel. Taxis are conveniently accessible to our visitors.


We Arubans know that it’s only really paradise when you share it. It’s why our island—our whole happy home—is always wide open to you. Here, you can travel freely. Our ample Aruba transportation options make it easy to leave the resort and forge your own path through our charming towns and beautiful natural wonders.

And it’s why getting around Aruba is so simple. Right from our airport you can rent a car, motorcycle, or scooter and explore our 70-square mile island at will. Navigating our safe, modern roadways is easy, too, just like home.

Transportation in Aruba also includes the Arubus, taxis, and limousines – fast, affordable ways to move about our island as you see fit. To get our soft white sand between your toes and towering limestone cliffs beneath your feet in the very same day. Our arms and our island are open to you.

We’re just getting started with the amazing effects Aruba has to offer. Dig into your trip details below to unlock a Caribbean experience that will fill you with sunshine and send you home with a happy afterglow that never fades.

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