It doesn’t take much convincing to entice most travelers to book a trip to Aruba. It has it all – from the constant trade winds and year-round nice weather to its pristine coastline with its sugary white sand and friendly islanders. You won’t want to leave as soon as you step foot on this Caribbean paradise. If your goal is to stay safe while having the time of your life, here are 14 things you shouldn’t do while visiting Aruba.
1. Don’t Worry About Paying in USD
Although Aruba has its own currency, the Aruban florin, you don’t have to worry about exchanging your USD when you visit the island. While dining out or making any sort of transaction, you’ll be asked which currency you prefer. And, thankfully, most vendors will gladly accept American dollars.