Places in Visas of Aruba





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Facts about Aruba

Aruba is one of the three ABC islands in the southern Caribbean, miles off the coast of Venezuela. Aruba is an independent country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands and has a population of approximately 100,000 inhabitants. The island is 21 miles (33 km) long and has an area of about 75 square miles (193 km2).

Aruba's excellent location makes it an ideal destination for travelers worldwide. Aruba is only 15 miles north of Venezuela, which makes it a quick trip for many South Americans. It is also only a little more than a two-hour flight from Miami, Florida, which brings many visitors from the United States and Canada. Of course, many Europeans also visit Aruba every year to enjoy our hurricane-free skies and cool trade winds.


Basic Travel Requirements for Nigerians visiting Aruba

  • A duly completed and signed visa application form.
  • Two recently taken passport-size photographs (35x45 mm), both taken within the last three months.
  • A valid Nigerian passport not older than 10 years, with at least three months validity beyond your intended departure date from Aruba.
  • A round trip reservation or itinerary that must include entry and exit dates as well as flight numbers.
  • A travel insurance policy with a minimum coverage of €30,000, in case of any medical emergency such as illnesses, accidents.
  • Proof of accommodation for the entire duration of your stay in Aruba.
  • Proof of financial means. Evidence that you have enough money to support yourself financially throughout your stay in the country. This can be one of the following:
    • Sponsorship Letter – by another person that confirms they will be financially supporting your trip to Aruba. In order for this letter to be valid, it must be accompanied by a bank statement of the sponsor of the latest 3 months.
    • Bank account statement – that shows you have enough money in your account for the trip.
  • Proof of paid visa fee.
  • You can apply for a visa for Aruba in the embassy of the Netherlands in Abuja.

Types of Aruba Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist Visa 15 working days 90 days

Places in Visas of Aruba Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Tourist Visa 60.00 (AWG)

FAQs about Places in Visas of Aruba

What language is spoken in Aruba ?

Dutch is the main official language of Aruba. Papamiento is also recognized as an official language and is widely spoken. However, English and Spanish are largely understood by many Arubans.

Is Aruba safe to visit ?

Aruba is a safe travel destination for foreigners. It is, in fact, considered to be one of the safest places to visit in the Caribbean.

What are some fun things to do in Aruba ?

Aruba is a Caribbean Island and a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands with an impressive number of tourist attractions. The Eagle beach is perhaps one of the most fun places you can visit in Aruba and if you are into diving, you could go see The Antilla, a German freighter that was sunk during World War II. The Natural Pool in Noord is also a top tourist attraction. As a tourist in Aruba, you are sure to have  a wonderful time.

Can I work in Aruba ?

The Aruba tourist visa does not automatically permit you to work in the country. To work in Aruba, you must obtain a working permit from the appropriate authorities.

I want to travel to Aruba on holiday. I Live in Lagos Nigeria. Is there a consulate that i can apply for Aruba visa ?

How can i apply for Aruban Visa in Nigeria? ?

2 Visas of Aruba found

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Aruba
Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Aruba

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Aruba

Visas of Aruba, Visa, Tourist visa



This visa is for Nigerians who intend to travel to Aruba for vacation, relaxation, visitation, health and business purposes. Holders of this visa can also study while in Aruba. Your Nigerian passport must be valid for at least 3 months from the intended date of travel and have 2 blank pages for visa stamp. A valid return ticket to Nigeria as proof of intent to leave at the expiration of the visa is required. You are required to provide proof of accommodation such as a hotel reservation or an invitation letter from a host in Aruba. An invitation letter from your host in Aruba must contain full details of your trip and be accompanied with a valid means of identification of your host. You must show that you're financially capable of spending at least $150 daily and take care of your accommodation expenses while in Aruba. This proof could come in the form of your bank account statements or a declaration of guarantee from your host in Aruba. You are required to show that you're not a threat to public order, public health, national security or international relations. This proof could be in the form of a recent medical and police report. You should provide both the original copy and photocopy of the requested documents. A cover letter fully describing the nature of your trip accompanied with documents to support your application is also needed. A valid insurance policy that covers the entire duration of your stay in Aruba must be presented. This visa is valid for 90 days (that is, you can use it to enter Aruba once within 90 days of its issuance) and also allows a maximum stay of 90 days. You can also extend the tourist visa for up to 180 days. This visa costs €60 for Nigerians 12 years and above, €35 for children between 6-11 and is free for children under 6.