Best Places for Backpackers in Aruba.

Enjoy backpacking around Aruba without a fixed itinerary by using our handy listings of the best hostels in every destination. Specially curated for backpackers and economy travellers, we help you find an amazing place to stay no matter where you're headed!

The best backpackers destinations & accommodation in Aruba.

Top 4 hostels in Aruba.

These are the 4 most awesome hostels and budget places to stay in Aruba.

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Aruba Harmony

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Aruba Harmony

Looking for a perfect place in Aruba to explore, enjoy your business trip or your vacation? Aruba Harmony Apartments in Oranjestad offers you comfortable, clean hostel rooms, apartments and suites. The accommodation has air-co, kitchen and pool. Harmony is conveniently located close to beache...
Aruba Harmony is a apartment in Oranjestad. Check Hostelworld for prices.

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Hostel Room Aruba

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Hostel Room Aruba

Hostel Room Aruba is a hostel is a budget-oriented, share-room (dormitory) accommodation that accept individual travellers (typically Backpackers) or groups. Hostel Room Aruba is in the heart of the city. We have everything nearby: shopping mall, supermarkets, restaurants, service station, superm...
Hostel Room Aruba is a hostel in Oranjestad. Check Hostelworld for prices.

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Aruba Sunflower Villa

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Aruba Sunflower Villa

Villa Sunflower is situated only about 450 yards from one of the nicest beaches in the world. Close to the high-rise hotels and many of the main attractions on Aruba. Enjoy the Dutch hospitality of the owner Mrs. Rienke Bosch. Villa Sunflower is situated in one of Aruba's most prestigious neighb...
Aruba Sunflower Villa is a guesthouse in Noord. Check Hostelworld for prices.

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Punto di Oro Apartment

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Punto di Oro Apartment

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Punto di Oro Apartment is a apartment in Noord. Check Hostelworld for prices.

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Things to see and do while backpacking in Aruba.

Check out tips from other travellers and bloggers and their experiences in Aruba.

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Aruba, One Happy Island

Aruba has been my home for the last 2.5 years, I truly enjoyed the place from the very beginning. One of the highlights of this beautiful island which will remain in my memories and always bring a smile to my face is the particular way the wind blows, that amazing breeze, made me realize I was exactly where I needed to be.

Travelgirl

Aruba: Paradise Found

Where in the World is Aruba? I am in the Dentist’s chair and he is drilling away.  I try with all my might to go to my “happy place”.  My mind drifts to soft breezes, beautiful turquoise waters, gorgeous scenery and the smell of the sea.  For me this “happy place” is Aruba.  Aruba is one of the ABC Islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao.  These Islands have a Dutch heritage and are located approximately 18 miles off the coast of Venezuela.  Each of these islands is beautiful, unique and definitely worth exploring, but Aruba holds a special place in my heart.  Aruba is approximately 20 miles long and 6 miles wide.  It is located outside of the hurricane belt and has an average temperature of 82 degrees year-round.  Pretty darn near perfect I would say.  The Aruban florin is used here but the dollar is accepted just about anywhere.   Even though this is a tourist destination and can have that touristy vibe that can sometimes be annoying, there are many qualities that will satisfy the adventurer as well.

Maryjo

Aruba: Paradise Found

Where in the World is Aruba? I am in the Dentist’s chair and he is drilling away.  I try with all my might to go to my “happy place”.  My mind drifts to soft breezes, beautiful turquoise waters, gorgeous scenery and the smell of the sea.  For me this “happy place” is Aruba.  Aruba is one of the ABC Islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao.  These Islands have a Dutch heritage and are located approximately 18 miles off the coast of Venezuela.  Each of these islands is beautiful, unique and definitely worth exploring, but Aruba holds a special place in my heart.  Aruba is approximately 20 miles long and 6 miles wide.  It is located outside of the hurricane belt and has an average temperature of 82 degrees year-round.  Pretty darn near perfect I would say.  The Aruban florin is used here but the dollar is accepted just about anywhere.   Even though this is a tourist destination and can have that touristy vibe that can sometimes be annoying, there are many qualities that will satisfy the adventurer as well.

Maryjo

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