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Aruba Requirements

All passengers inbound to Aruba are required to complete the online ARUBA ED card at least 72 hrs prior to travel‚ and if required‚ purchase the Aruba Visitors Medical Insurance unless exempted per the exemption list. All passengers (except children under the age of 14) from Curacao and Bonaire traveling to Aruba‚ are required to have a  negative PCR test. As of Mar 18th‚ Aruba has closed her borders to Brazil‚ South Africa and Venezuela until further notice; it is prohibited for passengers who have started their journey from Brazil‚ South Africa or Venezuela or who are residents of these countries to enter Aruba‚ directly or indirectly. This restriction does not apply to residents to Aruba.

Per June7th‚ residents from Aruba Bonaire and Curacao who are returning to Aruba will be able to re-enter with their Covid-19 vaccination certificate without having to undergo a Covid-19 test. This is applicable only to residents in possession of a vaccinaiton certificate older than 14 days ad issued by the respective Government of Aruba‚ Bonaire  or Curacao. 


Bonaire Requirements 

The following entry rules apply to Bonaire: For passengers 12 years and older (not vaccinted) may only travel to Bonaire with a negative coronavirus test. The following tests are accepted:

1. A neg PCR test or NAAT test result from a test taken within 24 hours before departure‚ or

2. A neg PCR test result from a test taken within 72 hours before arrival‚ and a neg antigen test result‚ from a test taken within 24 hours before departure.


As of June 1th onwards for travelers from Aruba and Bonaire the following applies:

Children 0-12; no test

Young adults 13-17; PCR not older than 72 hours (unless they have been vaccinated due to a medical condition)

18+ and adults; if fully vaccinated and 14 days have passed between the last vaccine‚ no test

18+ and adults; if not fully vaccinated tests are required

Test requirements: BWBR0044707/2021-05-15

Additional measures apply for passengers arriving from Argentina‚Bolivia‚ Brazil‚ Chile‚ Columbia‚ Dom. Rep.‚ Ecuador‚ French-Guiana‚ Guyana‚ Suriname‚ India‚ Panama‚ Paraguay‚ Peru‚ Uruguay‚ Venezuela‚ and South Africa. Upon arrival they will have to go into central quarantine for 10 days. After 5 days the travelers must undergo a PCR test. The Public Health Department will inform them if they are allowed to leave quarantine or not. All expenses encountered with these measure are for the expense of the traveler. (For the updates and questions‚ and reservations you are advised to check or mail In addition all travelers must complete the online health declaration no earlier than 72 hours prior to departure.  Travelers are required to have the Health Form in hard copy for arrival in Bonaire. Travelers who can't complete the on-line form should seek assistance as completing the form on-line is mandatory to for all travelers.


Curacao Requirements

As of Aug 3rd Curacao has a new classification of countries‚ regions‚ or places; very low risk‚ low risk‚ high risk or very high risk. Depending on the classification testing requirements vary. Passengers arriving from very low risk countries are only required to complete the DI/PCL Form.

Depending on the risk classification of the country of origin‚ all non resident passengers‚ 7 years and older are required to have negative PCR test  (not being the gargle test) not taken earlier than 72 hour prior to the scheduled departure time of their flight‚ or an antigen test not older than 24 hrs submitted online when completing the online DI/PLC Form‚ no earlier than 48 hours before flight. In addition an antigen test should be taken on the 3rd day after arrival. 

Resident below the age of 16‚ who's parents have been fully vaccinated are exempted from testing.  

Passenger who are transit over Curacao within 24 hrs of arrival are exempted from completing he PCL form‚ the PCR and Antigen test requirements‚ and should comply with the entry requirements of their destination. (