First October week news of Aruba
Oranjestad Aruba, 12 October 2020
Today we will cover several interesting topics.
Our newsletter will introduce you to Aruba Nature Explorers, a new tour company focusing on giving the visitors a deeper experience of Aruba. We will inform you of some relevant and recent information about the COVID-19 on Aruba. Also, we will share some great companies on the Island that offer a variety of beauty products, souvenirs, and property maintenance/management services.
Please find all of this and more in our weekly newsletter, and let us keep you updated!
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Coming Soon on Aruba a whole new experience to explore our beautiful Island
Aruba Nature Explorers offers a genuinely local experience to discover the beauty of Aruba. The development and selection of tours primarily focuses on sustainable tourism with an ecologically friendly base.
Aruba Nature Explorers crafted the most exciting experiences for you, from a unique “Mindfulness Sunrise Hiking & Meditation” tour to the most exciting “Follow the Gold” hiking tour and many more. Learn from their local tour experts who have extensively researched every component of these tours. Creating memories and remarkable experiences are the most valuable gifts this tour company has to offer.
Visit Aruba Nature Explorers Facebook page for more information.
Two months ago, Aruba confirmed new cases starting a second wave that caused a much bigger outbreak on the Island than the first impact.
In this last month of September, the Aruban Public Health Department registered 1845 new positive COVID cases followed by 17 deaths. Up to this date, Aruba confirms a total of 4150 positive cases since the start of the pandemic.
In these last weeks, a drop in positive cases has emerged. Therefore on October 5th, the government of Aruba decreased curfew time from 12 am to 5 am, making all establishments able to stay open till 11 pm. Previously the curfew restriction was 10 pm to 5 am.
Click here to find more information about the COVID-19 in Aruba.
Information about traveling requirements
Do you want to travel to Aruba but are not sure what is required? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered!
Due to the Coronavirus, there are now certain requirements to travel to Aruba. You must be qualified by the Aruban Immigration Authority and have permission to board an inbound plane to Aruba. To do so, you must fill in an online application that qualifies you to board an inbound flight to Aruba. This online application is mandatory for all travelers. Upon your arrival, you will be interviewed, screened, and tested for COVID-19 to determine your ability to stay on the island. Be aware that within 72 hrs before your departure date to Aruba, you have to purchase mandatory insurance in case you test positive for COVID-19 in Aruba.
Click here for more information about travel requirements to Aruba.
Richelle Beauty Vision now online!
Do you like shopping? Buy the best European quality cosmetics or visit Richelle Beauty Vision for a facial, massage, waxing, and much more.
Now online shopping available!
Visit them online at https://richellebeauty.com/
Website launched for the best souvenir store!
The new sensation, Tees n’ Things souvenir shop in Downtown Oranjestad Aruba, with more than 20 years of experience, now available online!
Check Tees n’ Things new website here: https://teesnthingsaruba.com/
Meet our friend Julie Khay!
Julie Khay is a CEO, Entrepreneur, Beauty-Lifestyle Blogger, Personal Coach, Women Empowerment, Mother & Wife from Aruba. She created her platform to uplift and inspire women and to give daily inspiration. Follow her and like her Facebook page for your daily inspirational dose!
Have you been to Renaissance Island? Are you curious about this experience? Watch Julie’s YouTube video about Renaissance Island, “Flamingo Beach”, where she will show you around the Island. Watch Julie’s video here and subscribe to her YouTube channel. Press play and enjoy!