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How to Get Around Aruba

Rental cars are prevalent around the airport, but you must be at least 23. For journeys into the interior or the more remote beaches, a 4×4 is the most appropriate.

All-terrain vehicles (ATV) are also popular, but watch out for roaming donkeys and potholes on the way.

Aruba has an excellent bus system, running into the late evening, with 16 routes covering the island. Rarely will passengers have to wait longer than 20 or 30 minutes for a bus.

Taxis are easy to find around the resorts and are designated with a license plate bearing the letters TX. Usually, though, taxis are booked by phone rather than hailed off the curb.

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