Aruba

Aruba

With exceptional hospitality and service offered by the Aruban people, this modern island encompasses some of the cleanest beaches, desert landscapes, historical caves and ruins, as well as breathtaking hilltops. The natural beauty of Aruba is nothing short of calm and welcoming.  Aruba’s beautiful beaches, offer different activities to partake in, relaxing or providing something for everyone to do. Calm and crystalline waters and white powdery sand create the perfect, sun-dipped retreat, while the brilliant sunset and Aruba’s urban entertainment grants creates a nighttime atmosphere that is exciting and memorable, so don’t forget your dancing shoes.

While you are in Aruba, you can discover some of the island’s unique attractions such as the mysterious caves, gold mine ruins, the Aloe Vera farms, and natural rock bridges. Aruba is a fantastic choice for those looking to get married, renew wedding vows, celebrate an anniversary, or just have a luxurious vacation in paradise.

The Butterfly Farm

Imagine walking through a lush tropical rain forest amidst flowers and trees, ponds and a trickling waterfall with butterflies flying overhead and all around you in their own natural paradise. This is a dream come true at The Butterfly Farm

 De Palm Island

At De Palm Island, Aruba’s only all-inclusive destination, you will enjoy the all-inclusive food & beverage, snorkel equipment and snorkel tours, a water park, unlimited banana boat rides, beaches & beach chairs, beach activities, salsa lessons and more. Upgrades to Sea Trek (Underwater Helmet Walk), SNUBA or a massage are also available.

Jane Sea

Large green morays and spiny lobsters welcome divers at this 250-foot shipwreck sitting upright in 80 feet of water, which is considered one of Aruba’s best reef dives.

Hooiberg

Looking for adventure? Climb Hooiberg, Aruba’s famous mountain located at the center of the island, with a view from its 541-foot peak that extends as far as Venezuela on a clear day.

A U.S. passport valid for the duration of your stay;

A completed Embarkation and Disembarkation Card (ED-Card);

A return or onward ticket.

Proof of sufficient funds to cover your accommodations and food expenses during your stay.

Marriage Requirements
Civil marriages must take place at the Civil Town House. Wedding ceremonies in Aruba can take place in the late morning or early afternoon on Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays. Saturdays are also available in the late mornings for an additional cost. Application must be submitted one month prior to wedding date.

Requirements:
Certified copies of birth certificates
Government issued photo ID
A single status report
2nd Weddings: Proof of divorce or death certificate is required

Application:
The registrar’s office should be contacted for specific rules regarding planning your destination or beach wedding in Aruba. They will also provide information regarding marriage licenses and marriage certificates.

Notice Period: 1 month
Residency Period: None
Waiting Period: 1 day to approve all documents prior to wedding date
Language: English

Fees (US Dollars)

 Language

Dutch and the local language of Papiamento are the official languages of Aruba, but most Arubans speak a minimum of four languages, including English and Spanish.

Currency

Aruba’s currency is the florin denoted by the letters ‘Awg.’ but also widely known as ‘Afl.’ The Aruban florin is divided into 100 cents and there are coins of 5, 10, 25, 50 cents, 1 florin (100 cents) as well as the 5 florin coin.

For American tourists, the best currency to use in Aruba will be the US dollar, but carrying florin with you if you leave the popular tourist areas is a good idea since some local businesses in those areas may not have US dollars to exchange, or may be unfamiliar with correct exchange rates.

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