Where can I buy a Arubus pass?

Where can I buy a Arubus pass?

Passes are not sold on the buses. They can be purchased at the kiosks at the Oranjestad or San Nicholaus bus stations. They are also available at many of the little markets around the island. The markets usually have signs in their windows saying that you can recharge cards or purchase day passes there.

How do you pay for Arubus?

If you plan to take several rides in one day, then I recommend buying a Day Pass to get unlimited access to all Arubus routes. To confirm the current Arubus fares, visit the Fares & Passes page on the Arubus website….Arubus Fares and Passes

  1. Single Trip: $2.60.
  2. Retour Card: $5.00.
  3. Day Pass: $10.00.

What is an Arubus retour card?

Retour Cards, this card can be used for two trips. The Baby Beach Card, to be used for transportation from Oranjestad to Baby Beach and/or Rodger’s Beach including the return. Day Passes, valid for one day, unlimited transportation on all the routes of Arubus across the island.

How much does it cost to ride the bus in Aruba?

Aruba by Bus Aruba bus trips are quite affordable, with a roundtrip “retour” card only running $5, and which allows you to take 2 trips. A day pass will set you back $10, but you can travel by bus all day, as often as you want, so it’s a great idea for those of you looking to do some serious exploring!

Is Arubus free?

The island’s Arubus system is reliable and affordable with buses running every 15 minutes from 5:45 a.m. until 6 p.m. and every 40 minutes until 11:30 p.m. The central bus station sits in downtown Oranjestad, adjacent to the cruise ship terminal. Retour cards good for two trips cost 8.75 Aruban florin (or about $5).

Do you pump your own gas in Aruba?

At most gas stations, you’re not allowed to pump gas yourself. Attendants will do it for you. If you encounter a gas station with self service, you’re supposed to pay first, then pump gas. Gas prices in Aruba are the same at every gas station, since the gas prices are regulated by the government.

Can you drink and drive in Aruba?

In Aruba, the maximum permitted blood alcohol level is 50mg per 100ml of blood. This is lower than in the UK and means that even one drink can take you over the limit. We always recommend that, when driving in an unfamiliar country, you never drink then get behind the wheel.

What alcohol is Aruba known?

Coecoei & Ponche Crema The Playa Liquor & Bottling Company in Aruba produces “coecoei” a crimson liquor that is unique to Aruba. It is used in alcoholic beverage used for many tropical cocktails, including Aruba’s “Aruba Ariba” cocktail!

Can I bring edibles to Aruba?

TSA isn’t looking for your stash of weed chocolate. Because edibles look just like regular snacks, they’re the easiest cannabis products to get through security. “Solid food items (not liquids or gels) can be transported in either your carry-on or checked bags.

Can I bring CBD to Aruba?

CBD yes. It is sold in aruba at the boticas. I use it on my neck and hands as well. YES LEGAL.

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