Aruba tourist visa
Aruba tourist visa from Bermuda
Aruba tourist visa is free for Bermudian citizens. You can also find useful tips from fellow travellers.
How to apply for Aruba tourist visa from Bermuda
Step 1 : Bermudian citizens can arrive at Aruba without a visa.
Step 2 : After arriving, Bermudian citizens can go to Aruba immigration counter.
Step 3 : Show travel document like Original Passport or Travel document of Bermuda.
Step 4 : Once you get entry stamp, you can enter Aruba and stay for the duration on your stamping.
Aruba tourist visa requirements for Bermudian citizens
3 documents required for Aruba tourist visa
Original Passport or Travel document of Bermuda with at least 6 months remaining validity on the date of travel and have at least 2 visa pages clear of any markings.
Travel itinerary (travel reservation to and from Bermuda in your name, not a ticket) Embassy recommends not to purchase hotel and flight tickets until visa is approved. So don’t risk your money, time and effort by buying actual tickets. Get best hotel and flight itinerary within minutes for any country visa.
Proof of Funds
Proof of enough money for your stay and to leave Aruba
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Aruba COVID-19 travel restrictions
Aruba is open for travel. Most visitors from Bermuda can travel to Aruba without restrictions. No quarantine is required. Find travel restrictions, quarantine and entry requirements to travel Aruba.
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Do bermudian citizens need a visa to go to Aruba?
No, visa is not required for Bermudian citizens. You can get visa details, documents required, official website and other details for Aruba visa but if you still have question which are unanswered then you can discuss with the community
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