Work Remotely From Aruba

September 18, 2020

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If your job has transitioned to working from home, you might as well do it from an island paradise.  Aruba is welcoming travelers to work remotely from its shores. The southern Caribbean island has launched it's “One Happy Workation” program, in which visitors can stay for up to three months, allowing people to go straight from spreadsheets to white sandy beaches. As a bonus, Aruba is offering hotel and accommodation packages, which include special rates, complimentary WiFi, and even all-inclusive food and beverage options. Visitors can stay anywhere from one week to 90 days. While the program does not require any visas, those who come are not permitted to work for a person or company in Aruba. Aruba requires U.S. travelers to complete a self-health declaration form and show a negative COVID-19 test. Many travelers can choose to pre-pay for a test to be completed upon arrival and are required to purchase the Aruba Visitors Insurance. While in Aruba, masks are mandatory in indoor public spaces, including in shops and on tour buses. Restaurants are open, but bars, rum shops, and nightclubs remain closed. Hotel bars, however, have been allowed to open for hotel guests only. If you're interested, visit and search "one happy workation" for home rentals, hotels and resorts offering the plan.

SOURCE: Travel + Leisure

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