based on 6 experiences
Felt safe! Nice place for a solo female! Too expensive. If you didn't stay on a hotel directly on the beach then you had no beach chairs to use. I would return maybe someday. Enjoyed the experience though.Posted: May 24, 2023Experienced: February, 2023
Aruba is lovely, but it’s not very different from Florida. Very Americanized, not a lot of authentic culture.Posted: April 30, 2023
I did a solo trip last year. Very safe. I rented a car and drove the whole island. I did a lot of hiking at Arikok National Park. Hiking the Hooiberg stairs was fun. The natural bridge was gorgeous and so were the natural pools. The local food was absolutely delicious.Posted: April 23, 2023
Visited Aruba in October and it was great. Beautiful beaches and the snorkeling was really nice. Got to see a WWII shipwreck. Horseback riding through a national park to a natural rock pool where I took a refreshing dip before galloping back. Catamaran ride to enjoy the ocean. It’s a small island but super friendly and safe. The Danish pancakes were a delight, as was the local Aruban food. Only stayed for 4 days but it was a lovely time.Posted: April 10, 2023
I’ve gone there solo, walked the beaches every day from eagle/palm beach up to the lighthouse and had nothing but wonderful experiences. One airb&b I stayed at was a bit odd but nothing unsafe. The Amsterdam manor hotel was my fav.Posted: November 27, 2022
We did the parasail, snorkel, did the rugged Jeep ride to see the sites of interest on the north side, with a swim in the ocean, too. The last thing we did was visit a butterfly garden… highlight of the trip. I felt safe no matter where I was.Posted: November 27, 2022
Yes, Aruba is generally considered to be a safe destination for solo female travelers. The island has a low crime rate and is generally considered to be a safe place to visit. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Aruba is a great destination for solo travelers. The island is very safe and welcoming, and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore.
Aruba can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of activities and accommodations you choose. However, plenty of budget-friendly options are available, such as hostels and budget-friendly restaurants. Additionally, there are plenty of free activities to enjoy, such as exploring the beaches and hiking trails.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Aruba. Check with your local embassy or consulate to find out if you need a visa.
The official currency of Aruba is the Aruban Florin (AWG). US Dollars are widely accepted, but it is recommended to have some local currency on hand.
The official languages of Aruba are Papiamento and Dutch, but English and Spanish are also widely spoken.
Aruba has a tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 75-90°F (24-32°C) year-round.
Aruba is generally a safe destination, but it is always wise to take precautions when traveling. Be aware of your surroundings and avoid carrying large amounts of cash.
There are no required vaccinations for entry into Aruba, but it is recommended to be up to date on routine vaccinations.
The best time to travel to Aruba is from mid-December to mid-April. This is the island's dry season, when temperatures are warm and sunny days are plentiful.
Yes, Aruba is generally considered to be a safe destination for solo travelers. The island has a low crime rate and is generally considered to be a safe place to visit. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings.