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BUS

BUS Buses run hourly trips between the beach resorts & hotels and Oranjestad (totaling 13 lines), and are operated by Arubus N.V. – the major public transportation service on the island (http://arubus.com).. One-way fare is US$2.30, and exact change is preferred (if you are paying in U.S. currency, you should keep some U.S. change handy). […]

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TAXI

TAXI There’s a dispatch office at the airport; you can also flag down taxis on the street (look for license plates with a “TX” tag). Rates are fixed by the Aruba Dept. of Public Traffic (i.e., there are no meters; the rates are set by the government and displayed on a chart), though you and […]

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CAR

CAR Several Aruba Car Rental companies are present at the airport for you to pick up or drop off your vehicle or you can request pick-up at your hotel.  While regular cars are suitable for a large part of sightseeing, for the more adventurous, it’s a good idea to rent a four wheel drive vehicle […]