• Do Jamaicans need visas to visit Aruba?

  • Yes, Jamaicans need visas in order to visit Aruba.Specifically, Aruba requires a valid passport in order for a visitor to be considered for entry into the island. In the case of Jamaicans, the passport must be accompanied by a valid visa sticker. Generally, visitors cannot stay more than 180 days out of one year, and that total must be broken up in individual stays of no more than 30 days at a time.

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