A self-governing island and constituent country under the umbrella of the Netherlands, Aruba sits within the Lesser Antilles, less than 20 miles from the northern shoreline of Venezuela. A tropical tourist destination, Aruba’s 106,000 residents welcome nearly two-million visitors each year.
With comfortable weather, infrequent rainfall, and a relatively low threat of hurricanes, Aruba is a popular and generally safe tourist destination for visitors from Europe and the Americas.
The general travel advisory of The U.S. Department of State for Arube is the lowest, Level 1, which translates into exercise normal precautions.
Crime and Safety in Aruba
Compared with other Caribbean destinations, Aruba enjoys a very low violent
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