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Roundtrip Flight: Los Angeles to/from Aruba

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JetBlue via Kayak is offering Roundtrip Flight: Los Angeles (LAX) to/from Aruba (AUA) for $315 for Travel October-February 2021. Thanks serra

Note, these are JetBlue's basic blue fares, a restricted-type fare. Be sure to check flight information for fare rules.

Travel Availability:
  • Departs Los Angeles (LAX): October 27, 29, 31; November 3, 7-8, 10, 14-15, 17; December 5-6, 8, 10, 12; January 5, 7, 12, 19, 21, 23, 31; February 2
  • Returns Los Angeles (LAX): October 30; November 1, 4, 8-9, 11, 15-16, 18; December 2, 4, 9, 11, 14, 16; January 20, 22, 27, 29; Feb 3, 5
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middle seats blocked and flexible change tickets! this is the lowest fare i've ever seen and not on an international low-cost carrier either!

JetBlue Airways via Kayak have round trip airfares travelling from Los Angeles (LAX) to Aruba (AUA) for $315, making 1 stop in Ft Lauderdale. These are basic blue fares, a restricted-type fare with an option to upgrade to main cabin. Book this by Oct 15 (well, I dont think this fare will last that long anyway) and your cancellation/change fee is waived. You will still have to pay for any fare difference on changes.

Travel Avaibility:
Departs LAX: Oct 27, 29, 31; Nov 3, 7-8, 10, 14-15, 17; Dec 5-6, 8, 10, 12; Jan 5, 7, 12, 19, 21, 23, 31; Feb 2
Returns: Oct 30; Nov 1, 4, 8-9, 11, 15-16, 18; Dec 2, 4, 9, 11, 14, 16; Jan 20, 22, 27, 29; Feb 3, 5
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I"ve been to Aruba a few times, last time was a couple of years ago. I felt overly safe on the island. The first time i went, was about 6 years ago, i rented a house, far away from the tourist traps. I did learn the hard way there's no street signs and had a hard time finding the house i rented. I finally got so frustrated that i randomly went up to a guy in his yard in some random neighborhood. I told him i was lost and told him where i was going. He said "follow me", he got in his jeep and i followed him to the house i rented. When i tried to just say thank you, he basically said tourists are the only reason the island exists and if anyone messes me or treats me wrong during my time there to come find him and he'd take care of it. I've traveled all over the Caribbean, although Aruba is not my overall favorite (it's close) i've never had such a great encounter with true local people.
Aruba is very popular for two reasons. The main reason is that the heat is a dry heat, unlike most all other Caribbean islands that have a humid heat. This is a very big deal. Additionally, Aruba is a Dutch province (like Puerto Rico is to the USA). Many Caribbean islands are independently run countries, with their associated problems. Aruba is run by Holland, very tidy, very orderly, relatively safe. I prefer US Virgin Islands (St. Thomas), St Maarten (1/2 French, 1/2 Dutch), and Puerto Rico, but they are all very warm humid heat, all the time, Aruba is a much more temperate dry heat.
>Is this just a lay on the sand, get a tan destination?

You say that like it's a bad thing...

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Good rate! I paid $450 from Wisconsin to Aruba coming up in December and thought that was a deal during the holidays.
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Good rate! I paid $450 from Wisconsin to Aruba coming up in December and thought that was a deal during the holidays.
I thought Americans were still banned from Aruba due to our covid #'s.
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I thought Americans were still banned from Aruba due to our covid #'s.
Looks like negative test required.
https://www.visitaruba.com/travel...-covid-19/
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Just looked into Aruba with a quick search. Doesn't seem to be much to do on the island and nothing close other than Curacao and Venezuela. Has anyone been? Is this just a lay on the sand, get a tan destination?
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Just looked into Aruba with a quick search. Doesn't seem to be much to do on the island and nothing close other than Curacao and Venezuela. Has anyone been? Is this just a lay on the sand, get a tan destination?
>Is this just a lay on the sand, get a tan destination?

You say that like it's a bad thing...
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I"ve been to Aruba a few times, last time was a couple of years ago. I felt overly safe on the island. The first time i went, was about 6 years ago, i rented a house, far away from the tourist traps. I did learn the hard way there's no street signs and had a hard time finding the house i rented. I finally got so frustrated that i randomly went up to a guy in his yard in some random neighborhood. I told him i was lost and told him where i was going. He said "follow me", he got in his jeep and i followed him to the house i rented. When i tried to just say thank you, he basically said tourists are the only reason the island exists and if anyone messes me or treats me wrong during my time there to come find him and he'd take care of it. I've traveled all over the Caribbean, although Aruba is not my overall favorite (it's close) i've never had such a great encounter with true local people.
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>Is this just a lay on the sand, get a tan destination?

You say that like it's a bad thing...
I'm not passing judgement, to each his own. I'm just hoping for a clear idea of what to expect.
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Why would you want round-trip?
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Just looked into Aruba with a quick search. Doesn't seem to be much to do on the island and nothing close other than Curacao and Venezuela. Has anyone been? Is this just a lay on the sand, get a tan destination?
Good idea to research it. Lots of islands are booooring

But this one is all about luxury resorts which should distract you plenty. You'll need the $$$$ you saved for it I'm sure
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Ive been to aruba. Gorgeous water and ocean. 5 days is good. Anymore and u will get bored
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Just looked into Aruba with a quick search. Doesn't seem to be much to do on the island and nothing close other than Curacao and Venezuela. Has anyone been? Is this just a lay on the sand, get a tan destination?
Yeah, there's not much to see. The biggest arch fell down 15 years ago. There's a lighthouse, abandoned gold mine, aloe plants.

Pros: snorkel with turtles
Snorkel an old WW2 German ship
Water sports like windsurfing
Bar scene (that one chick went missing after going to Carlos and Charlie's)
Brazilian steakhouse, restaurants
Hurricanes tend to go north and miss this island
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